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Full text of "Michigan bibliography, a partial catalogue of books, maps, manuscripts and miscellaneous materials relating to the resources, development and history of Michigan from earliest times to July 1, 1917; together with citation of libraries in which the materials may be consulted, and a complete analytic index by subject and author;"



Michigan Bibliography 



PARTIAL CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MAPS, MANUSCRIPTS AND MISCEL- 
LANEOUS MATERIALS RELATING TO THE RESOURCES, DEVELOP- 
MENT AND HISTORY OF MICHIGAN FROM EARLIEST TIMES 
TO JULY 1, 1917; TOGETHER WITH CITATION OF 
LIBRARIES IN WHICH THE MATERIALS MAY 
BE CONSULTED, AND A COMPLETE 
ANALYTIC INDEX BY SUB- 
JECT AND AUTHOR 



Prepared by 
FLOYD BENJAMIN STREETER 










VOLUiME II 



Michigan Historical Commission 



Lansing. 



1921 



II 

MAPS AND ATLASES 



Mr. William L. Jcnks furnished the list of maps in the Port Huron Public Library, the 
Library of the Wisconsin State Historical Society and a partial list of those in the Library 
of Congress. The remainder of the titles of maps in the Library of Congress arc taken 
from Phillips: A list of maps of America in the Library of Congress . . . Washington. 
Go\'t. print, off., 1901. The titles of atlases in the Library of Congress are taken frora 
Phillips: A list of geographical atlases in the Library of Congress . . . 3 v. Wushin.i(tr>n, 
Govt, print, off., 1909-1914. 



Great Lakes Region and Old Northwest 

7073. Amerique septentrionale. Par N. Sanson d'Abbeville, gcog. du roy. 
Avec privilege du roy potir vingt ans. A. Paris, Chez I'auteur et chez Pierre 
Mariettc, nic S. Jacques a L'Esperace, 1650. B. 

7074. Le Canada, ou Nouvellc France, &c. Tirec de diverses relations 
des Francois, Anglois, Hollandois, &c. Par N. Sanson d'Abbeville, geographe 
ordre du roy. A vecq privilege pour vingt ans. A Paris, Chez I'auteur, 1657. 

B. 

Ibid. (In Sanson, X. L'Ameriqve en plvsievcr cartes. Paris, I'Avt htur, 10.^7, no 2). 

L C. 



7075.  Carte du Canada et des terrcs decotiuertes vers le Lac fl'I-vrie. 
Voir la lettrc de M. Talon du 10 Fbre. 1670. B. 

Copy of map in Harvard University. 

7076. Le Canada faict par le Sr. de Champlain, ou sont la Nou\-elle France, 
la Nouvellc Anglcterre, la Nouvellc Holandc, la Nouvellc Svcdc. la Virginie 
etc. Avec les nations voisincs et autrcs terres nouucllcmcnt decouucrtes. 

Suiuant les mcmoires de P. Du Val, geographe du roy. [n. p., 1670 r]. 

MH C. 

Undated, but about 1670. This is a very rare map; the plate was reissued several times, 
first probably in 1653. The configurations of the lakes are very curious. 

7077. Map of a portion of North America from the great lakes to the gulf 
of Mexico, antl from the River Mississippi to the Atlantic Ocean. [1680]. 



4 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

(In Hulbert, Archer Butler. The crown collection of photographs of American 
maps, selected and ed. by Archer Butler Hulbert . . . Cleveland, A. H. 
Clarke company, 1904-1908. Series III, plates no. 1, 2, 3, and 4). S. 

7078. North America divided into its principall parts where are distin- 
guished the severall states which belong to the English, Spanish, and French. 
To the Most Serene and Most Sacred Majesty of Charles II, by the grace of 
God King of Great Brittain, France, and Ireland, this map of North America, 
is humbly dedicated, and presented, by your majesties loyal subject, and 
servant William Berry, [n. p., 1680?]. M H C. 

Undated. Colored outlines. Shows North America and the northern part of South 
America. California appears as an island. 

7079. Amerique septentrionale divisee en ses principales parties. Presente 

a Monseigneur le Due de Bourgogne par son tres-humb et tres obeissa 

seruiteur, H. Jaillot. A. Paris, 1694. M H C. 

Colored outlines. Shows North America" and the northern part of South America. 
California appears as an island. 

7080. A new map of the English Empire in America viz, Virginia, Mary- 
land, Carolina, New York, New Jersey, New England, Pennsylvania. New- 
foundland, New France &c., by Rob: Morden. [London? 1695]. 

M H C. 

7081. Carte du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France & des decouvertes 
quiy ont ete faites dressee sur les observ^ations les plus nouvelles, & sur 
divers momoires tant manuscripts qu'impremiez. [Amsterdam, 1705 .'J. 

B. 

Ibid. (In chatelain, H. A. Atlas historique. [anon.]. Amsterdam, 1705-1720, v. 6, p. 
82). L C. 

7082. North America; corrected from the observations communicated to- 
the Royal society at London, and the Royal academy at Paris. By John 
Senex, F. R. S. [London] 1710. B. 

Ibid. John Senex sculpt. [London, 1710]. (In American maps, v. 3, no. 14). • • L C. 

7083. A map of New France containing Canada, Louisiana &c. in Nth. 
America according to the patent granted by the King of France to Monsieur 
Crozat, dated the 14th of Sep. 1712. N. S. and registered in the Parliament 
of Paris the 24th of the same month. By H. Moll, geographer, [n. p., 1712]. 

B. 

A smaller copy in Hulbert, Archer Butler. The crown collection of photographs of 
American maps, selected and ed. by Archer Butler Hulbert . . . Cleveland, The A. H. 
Clarke company, 1904-1908, series III, plates no 13-16. ,S. 

7084. Carte de la Nouvelle France, oii se voit le cours des grandes rivieres 
de S. Laurens & de Mississipi aujour d'hui S. Louis, aux environs des-quelles 
se trouvent les etats, pais, nations, peuples & c. de la Floride, de la Louisiane, 
de la Virginie, de la Marie-Lande, de la Pensilvanie, du Nouveau Jersay, de 
la Nouvelle Yorck, de la Nouv. Angleterre, de L'Acadie, du Canada, des 



MAPS AND ATLASES .> 

Esquimaux, dcs Hurons, dcs Iroquois, des Illinois &c. Et dc la Grande He 
de Terre Neuve : Dressee sur les mcmoircs les plus nouveaux recucillis pour 
retablissement de la compagnie Frangoise Occident. [By Nicolas dc Fcr?]. 

[n. p., 1718?]. B;G;MHC. 

This is undoubtedly a reduced copy of a larger map issued in 1718, by Dc Fcr. 

7085. Carte tres curieuse de la Mer du Sud, contenant des rcmarques 
nouvelles ct trcs utiles non seulement sur les ports et iles de cette mer, mais 
aussy sur les principaux pays de I'Amcrique tant septentrionale que 
meridionale, avec les noms & la route des voyageurs par qui la decouverte 
en a 6t6 faite. Le tout pour rintelligence des dissertations suivantes. [By 
Nicholas de Per?], [n. p., 1719?]. M H C. 

Unsigned and undated. Uncolored. Printed in two halves, the upper showing North 
America and the lower showing South America. Embellished with fine engravings appear- 
ing as insets. 

Ibid. (In Chatelain, H. A. Atlas historique. [anon.]. Amsterdam, 1705-1720, v. 6, 
p. 117). L C. 

7086. Amplissimae regionis Mississipi seu Provinciac Ludovicionae a 

R. P. Ludovico Hennepin Francisc Aliss in America septentrionali anno 1687 

detectae, nunc gallorum coloniis et actionum negotiis toto orbe celebcrrimae 

nova tabula cdita a lo. Bapt. Homanno, S. C. M. gcographo. Norimberg^e 

[1720]. M H C. 

Ibid. (In Homann Johann Baptist. Atlas geographicus major. Norimbergae, Homan- 
niani heredibus, 1759, v. 1, no. 139). L C. 

7087. A new map of the north parts of America claimed by France under 
ye names of Louisiana, Mississipi, Canada and New France with ye adjoyning 
territories of England and Spain . . . laid down according to the newest 
and most exact obscr^'ations by H. Moll, geographer. 1720. London, H. 

Moll [1720]. B;LC;MHC. 

7088. Amerique septentrionale publiee sous les auspices de r^Ionscigncur 
Ic Due d'Orleans, premier prince du sang. Par le Sr. d'Anville, MDCCXLVI. 
Avec privilege. A Paris, Chez I'auteur, aux galeries du Louvre. [1746]. 
M H C. 

Colored outlines. 

Ibid. (In his Atlas general. Paris, 1727-1780, no. 10-11). L C. 

7089. Amerique septentrionale, dressee, sur les relations les plus modernes 
dcs voyageurs et navigateurs, et divisee suivant les differentes possessions 
des Europecns; par le Sr. Robert de Vaugondy . . . [n. p., 1750]. G. 

7090. Carte des pays connus sous le nom de Canada, dans laquelle sont 
distinguees les possessions Frangoises, & Angl. Dediee et presentee a Mon- 
seigneur la Comte d'Argenson, ministre secretaire d'etat pour le department 
de la guerre, par le Sr. Robert de Vaugondy, fils, geographe ordinaire du roi. 
A Paris, Ches I'auteur, quai de I'horlog du palais proche le pont-neuf, avec 
privilege, 1753. M H C. 

7091. Canada, Louisiane et terres Angloises, par le Sr. d'Anville, de 



6 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

I'academie rle. des inscriptions et belles lettres, et de cello des sciences de 
Pctcrsbourg, secretaire de S. A. S. Algr. le Due d'Oricans. Novembre, 
MDCCLV. Sous le privilege de Tacademie, chez I'auteur: aux galeries du 
Louvre, [n. p., 1755]. M H C. 

7092. Partie occidentale de la Nouvelle France ou du Canada par Mr. 
Bellin, ingenieur du roy et de la marine pour seruir a 1 'intelligence des affaires 
et de I'etat present en Amerique, communiquee au public par les-heritiers de 
Homan, en I'an 1755. [n. p.] 1755. S. 

Ibid. (In Homann, J. B. Atlas geographicus major. Norimbergae, Homannianis 

hcrcdibus, 1759, v. 1, no. 145). L C. 

The map in the State Librar}' is undoubtedly a copy of the map in Homann's Atlas. 

7093. Carte des possessions Angloises & Frangoises du continent de 
rAmerique septentrionale. [n. p.] 1755. S. 

7094. North America. From the French of Mr. d'Anville. Improved 
with the back settlements of Virginia and course of Ohio. Illustrated with 
geographical and historical remarks. May 1755. Published according to act 
by Thos. Jefferys, geographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, 
near Charing Cross, [n. p., 1755]. L C; M H C. 

Colored. Shows that portion of the United States and Canada lying east of the longi- 
tude of the Mississippi. 

Ibid. (In Jeflfcrys, T. The natural and civil history of the French dominion in N. & S. 
America. London, 1760, pt. 1, p. 134). L C. 

7095. A map of the British and French dominions in North America with 
the roads, distances, limits, and extent of the settlements, humbly inscribed 
to the Right Honourable, the Earl of Halifax and the other Right Honourables, 
the Lords Commissioners for trade plantations, by their lordships most 
obliged and very humble servant, Jno. Mitchell. Printed for Jefferys and 
Faden, geographers to the king at the comer of St. Martins Lane, Charing 
Cross. London [1755]. G; M H C; U. 

7096. Partie dc 1 'Amerique septentrionale, qui comprend le cours de 
rOhio, la Nile. Angleterrc, la Nile. York, le New Jersey, la Pensylvanie, le 
Maryland, la Virginie, la Caroline, par le Sr. Robert de Vaugondy . . . 
[n. p.] 1755. G. 

7097. An accurate map of the British Empire in Nth America as settled 
by the preliminaries in 1762. [n. p., 1762?]. B. 

Ibid. (In The gentleman's magazine. Dec. (Supplement). 1762. London, for D. 
Henry, 1762, v. 32, p. 603). L C. 

7098. The British govermnent in Nth. America laid down agreeable to 
the proclamation of Octr. 7, 1763. [n. p., 1763?]. B. 

7099. A new map of North America from the latest discoveries, [anon.]. 
[n. pJ1763. B;G. 

Ibid. (In The London magazine. London, for R. Baldwin [1763], v. 32, Feb. 1763, p. 
64). L C. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 7 

7100. Carte du Canada ou dc la Nouvcllo France et dcs dccouvcrtcs qui 
y ont etc faitcs. Drcssec sur plusieurs obscn-ations et sur un j^rand nombre 
de relations imprimces ou manuscritcs, par Guillaunie Dcl'Islc, j^eoj^raphe de 
rAcadcmie royalc dcs sciences. A Paris, Chez I'auteur sur le quai de I'horloge 
a I'aijjjle d'or avec privile.s[e de sa maj. pour 20 ans, 1763. B. 

7101. A new and accurate map of the British dominions in America, ac- 
cording to the treaty of 1 763 ; divided into several provinces and jurisdictions 
projected upon the best authorities and astronomical obser\^ations. By Thos. 
Kitchin, geographer, [n. p., 1766]. M H C. 

Undated. Uncolored. Shows that portion of the United States and Canada lying east 
of the longitude of eastern Texas. 

Ibid. (In Universal history. The maps and charts of the modem part of the universal 
histor>'. London, for T. Osborne, 1766). L C. 

7102. A map of the British dominions in North America, according to the 
treaty in 1763, by Peter Bell, geographer, [n. p.] 1772. M H C. 

Ibid. (In The historv of the British dominions in North America, [anon.]. London, 
for W. Strahan .S: T. Beckot .t co., 1773). L C. 

7103. An accurate map of North America describing and distinguishing 
the British and Spanish dominions on this great continent, according to the 
definitive treaty concluded at. Paris, 10th Feby. 1763. Also all the West 
India islands belonging to and possessed by the several European princes and 
states. The whole laid down according to the latest and most authentick 
improvements, by Eman Bowen, geogr. to his majesty, and John Gibson, 
engraver. London, printed for Robert Sayer, 1772. M H C. 

Ibid. (American maps, v. 2, no. 26-27). L C. 

7104. North America from the French of Mr. d'Anville, improved with 

the English surveys made since the peace. London, printed for Rob't Sayer 

& J. Bennett, map Sz printsellers ... as the act directs 10 June, 1775. 

B. 

Ibid. (In Mills, Da\-id. A report on the boundaries of Ontario. Toronto, 1873). 

LC. 

7105. A map of the British Empire, in North America, by Samuel Dunn, 
mathematician. Improved from the surveys of Capt. Car\'er. London, 
printed for R. Sayer & J. Bennett, map & sea chartsellers, 1776. B. 

Ibid. (In Jefferies, T. [and others]. The American atlas. London, R. Sayer & J. Ben- 
nett, 1776, no. 8). L C. 

7106. The British colonies in North America. Engraved bv William 
Faden, MDCCLXXVII. [n. p., 1777]. M H C. 

Ibid. (In Faden, William, ed. The North American atlas. London, for W. Faden, 
1777. Ed. B., no. 1). L C. 

7107. A new and correct map of North America, with the West India 
islands. Divided according to the last treaty of peace, concluded at Paris, 
10th Feby. 1763 wherein are particularly distinguished the several provinces 
and colonies, which compose the British Empire, laid down according to the 



8 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

latest surveys and corrected from the original materials, of Gover'r Pownall, 
member of Parliament, [n. p.] 1777. — — B. 

7108. A new map of the western parts of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Mary- 
land, and North Carolina; cpmprehending the River Ohio and all the rivers 
which fall into it; part of the River Mississippi, the whole of the Illinois 
River, Lake Erie; part of the lakes Huron, Michigan, &c., and all the country 
bordering on these lakes and rivers. By Thos. Hutchins . . . London, T. 
Hutchins, 1778. L C; M H C. 

Made to accompany his work "A topographical description of Virginia, Pennsylvania, 
Maryland and North Carolina." 

The data relating to Michigan were chiefly collected in 1762 by Ihe author on a trip to 
the English posts on the lakes. 

7109. Carte des Etats-Unis de I'Amerique septentrionale, dressee d'apres 
des cartes Anglaises; par M. Brion de la Tour, ingenieur-geographe du roi. 
A Paris, Chez le S. Desnos, ingenieur-geographe de sa majeste [1780?]. 

vS. 

Ibid. (In Brion.de la Tour, Louis. Almanach interessant. Paris, 1780). L C. 

7110. Carte de I'Amerique septentrionale, depuis La Baye d'Hudson 
jusqu'au Mississipi: pour servir atix essais historiques et politques sur la 
revolution de cette partie du mond . . . [Bruxelles? 1782?]. vS. 

Ibid. (In Hilliard d'Auberteuil, Michel Rene. Essais historiques et politiques sur les 
Anglo-Americains. Gravures et cartes. Bruxilles, 1782). — • — L C. 

7111. . . . North America agreeable to the most approved maps and 
charts, by Thos. Conder. [London, 1782]. B. 

At top: Engraved for Millar's New complete & universal system of geography. 
Ibid. (In Millar, George Henrv. The new and universal system of geography. London, 
for A. Hogg, 1782, p. 788). L C. 

7112. A map of the United States of America, as settled by the peace of 

1783. [London] I. Fielding, 1783. z B. 

Ibid. (In The European magazine and London review. 1783. London, for I. Fielding, 
1783, V. 4, p. 337). L C. 

7113. A new map of North America, with the West India islands. Divided 
according to the preliminary articles of peace, signed at Versailles, 20 Jan. 
1783, wherein are particularly distinguished the United vStates, and the 
several provinces, governments, &c., which compose the British dominions; 
laid down according to the latest surveys, and corrected from the original 

materials of Gover'r. Pownall, membr of Parliam't. [n. p.] 1783. 

M H C. 

71 14. Carte generale des colonies Angloises dans I'Amerique septentrionale 
pour I'intelHgence de la guerre prdsente. D'apres des manuscrit Anglais par 
J. B. Nolin, geographe. Corrige, augmente des indications des principaux 
evenemens de la guerre avec le tracee des limites pour constituer le traite 
de paix propose entre la couronne de la Grande Bretagne et les Etats Unis. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 9 

Par P. PhcHi)cau. <:;co<::;Taphc. profosseur dc mathemalique do I'Ecolc royalc 
mililairc dc Londrcs 17cS3. Paris, Basset [17S3J. B; L C. 

7115. Charte iibor die XIII Vcreini<:;;tc Staatcn von Nord-America, cnt- 
worfcn durch V. L. Giisscfcld und herausjjegebcn von den homacnnischcn 
orbcn mit Romisch Kayscrl. Allcrj^n. Frcyhcit, Ao. 1784. [Xurcnibcrg, 
1784]. LC;S. 

In French at top: Lcs XIII Etats Unis de L'Ameriquc soptcntrionale, d'apres les meil- 
leures & speciales cartes Angloises qui ont panics jusqu'ici par F. L. Gussefeld chez les 
Heriticrs dc Homann, I'an 1784. 

7116. The United States accordinj^ to the definitive treaty of peace si^ed 
at Paris Sc])ir. 3d, 1783 ... By Wm. McMurray . . . [n. p., 1784']. 

B; M H C. 

7117. A map of the northwest parts of the United States of America (In 
Bailey. Francis. Pocket almanac for 1785. Philadelphia, F. Bailey [178vS]). 

Har\*ard University Library. 

An original copy of this map is in Har\-ard University Library. 

This map was drawn by John Fitch to exhibit the divisions of the Northwest territory 
as proposed in the ordinance of 1784. It appeared, according to Winsor's Narrative and 
critical histor\- of America . . . Boston and New York [cl8S4]-1889, vol. VII, p. 529, 
in Francis Bailey's Pocket almanac for 1785, size 712x5, and two years later in John Mc 
CuUoch's Introduction to the hist, of America. It was re-engraved in 1788 for Johann 
David Schopf's Reise. (Eng. trans. 1912). In 1790 it appeared in Workman's Elements 
of geography. It was also issued on a larger scale by the author as above. 

Fitch lias claims to being the inventor of the first steamboat, an 1 this map wns made 
and sold to obtain money to aid in constructing his first model. 

7118. A map of the federal territory [Ohio] from the western boundary of 
Pennsylvania to the Scioto River laid down from the latest informations and 
divided into townships and fractional parts of to\\Tiships agreeably to the 

ordinance of the honle. congress passed in Alav, 1785. [n. p., 1787]. 

LC. 

The map to accompany Manassah Cutler's "An explanation of the map which delincaics 
that part of the federal lands", &c. [anon.].' Salem, 1787. 

7119. Map of a part of North America. Showing proposed new western 
states [1790]. (In Hulbert, Archer Butler. The crown collection of photo- 
graphs of American maps, selected and ed. by Archer Butler Hulbert . . . 
Cleveland, The A. H. Clarke company, 1904-1908, series III, plates no. 9, 
10. 11 and 12). S. 

7120. A map of the northern & middle states; comprehending the western 
territory & the British dominions in North America. From the best 
authorities, [n. p., 1792?]. B. 

Ibid. G. Gonne sculpt. Engrave! for Morse's G:'ography. Publiiihe 1 by John Jones. 
Dublin, 1792. (In Morse, Jcdidiah. The American geographv. Dublin, for }. Jones, 
1792). L C. 

7121. A new and general map of the middle dominions belonging to the 
United States of America, viz. \'irginia, Maryland, the Delaware-counties. 
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Sec, with the addition of New York, & of the 



10 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

greatest part of New England, &c., as also of the bordering parts of the 

British possessions in Canada. London, Laurie & Whittle, 1794. 

M H C. 

Shows the portion of the United States lying east of the Mississippi and north of the 
latitude of the southern boundary of Virginia. 

7122. Map of the middle states of America. Comprehends New York, 
New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and the territory N. W. of Ohio. By J. 
Russell. (In Russell, J. An American atlas. London, H. D. Symonds & J. 
Ridgway, 1795, no. 6). L C. 

7123. N. W. territory. (Li The United States gazetteer ... By Joseph 
Scott. Philadelphia, 1795). L C. 

The author states in the preface that the maps were drawn and engraved by himself. 
, 7124. A map of part of the N. W. territory of the United States. Com- 
piled ... by Samuel Lewis, 1796. W. Barker, sculp. (In Carey, ^M. 
American Atlas. Philadelphia, M. Carey, 1809, no. 24).  L C. 

'7125. N. W. territory. (In Carey A'l. American pocket atlas . . . 
Philadelphia, for M, Carey, 1796, no. 12). L C. 

7126. An exact map of the five great lakes with part of Pensilvania, New 
York, Canada [etc.]. Jno. Lodge sculp. (In Russell, WilHam. The history 
of America. London, for Walker, 1800, v. 2. p. 338). L C. 

7127. N. W. territory. (In Carey, M. American pocket atlas ; containing 
nineteen maps . . . with a brief description of each state . . . Phila- 
delphia, for M. Carey, 1801, no. 12). — L C. 

7128. Map of the United States exhibiting the post-roads, the situations, 
connexions and distances of the post-offices, stageroads, counties & principal 
rivers, by Abraham Bradley, jun'r. Engraved by Francis Shallus, Phila- 
delphia. [Philadelphia, F. Shallus, 1804]. L C. 

Copyrighted, 1804, by Abraham Bradley. 1st ed. [Philadelphia, 1796]. L C. 

7129. Map of Ohio, Indiana and N. W. territories. (In Carey, M. Ameri- 
can pocket atlas . . . 3rd ed. Philadelphia, M. Carey, 1805, no. 12) 
LC. 

7130. A new map of part of the United States of North America, exhibit- 
ing the western territory, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, &c. ; 
also the lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Ontario & Erie, with upper and 
lower Canada etc. From the latest authorities by John Cary, engraver. 
1805. London, J. Cary, 1805. (In Cary, John. New universal atlas. Lon- 
don, for J. Cary, 1808, no. 56). B; L C; P H. 

7131. A new map of part of the United States of North America, exhibit- 
ing the western territory, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, &c. ; 
also the lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Ontario & Erie; with upper and 



JIAPS AND ATLASES U 

lower Canada &c., from the latest authorities. By John Car\-. London, 
1S07. G. 

7132. Map of the seat of war in North America. 2d cd. with additions Sc 
improvements. (In Melish. John. A militarv and topogjaphical atlas of the 
United States; including the British possessions and Florida; to which is 
added a list of the military' districts, a register of the anny, and a list of the 

navy of the United States. Philadelphia, G. Palmer, 1813, no. 1). 

LC;PH. 

7133. A correct map of the seat of war [1812-15]. Drawn by Sam'l Lewis. 
Sam'l Harrison, sc. Philadelphia, J. Conrad & F. Lucas [1814]. L C. 

7134. A new improved map of the seat of war. Philadelphia, William 

McCarty, 1814. B. 

Also in Historv' of the American war of 1812. 3d cd. [anon]. Philadelphia, M'Carty & 
Davis, 1817, front. L C. 

7135. A new map of the seat of war [1812-15]. S. Lewis, del. J. Bower, 
set. [Philadelphia, 1815?]. L C. 

7136. Upper territories of the United States. (In Carey, M. American 
pocket atlas; containing twenty maps . . . with a brief description of each 
state and territor}' . . . 4th. cd. Philadelphia, M. Carey, 1814, no. 12 a). 

LC;PH. ' 

7137. The upper territories of the United States. (In Carey, AI. General 
atlas . . . Philadelphia, M. Carey, 1814, no. 25). L C; W. 

The same map appears in the Atlas under the same title published by M. Carey & son. 
Philadelphia, 1818. 

7138. Northern provinces of the United States. 1817. (In Thomson, J. 
A new general atlas . . . Edinburgh, for J. Thomson Sc co., 1817, no. 56). 

L C. 

7139. A new map of part of the United States of North America, exhibit- 
ing the western territory, Kentucky, Pennsylvania. Also the lakes Superior 
Michigan, Huron, Ontario, and Erie, with upper and lower Canada. From 
the latest authorities. By John Car\^ engraver. (In Gary, John. New 
universal atlas . . . London, J. Car}-, 1819, no. 56). L C. 

7140. Map of the northwestern territories of the United States, showing 
the track pursued by the expedition under Gov. Cass in 1820. By Henry R. 
Schoolcraft. (In Schoolcraft, Henry R. Narrative journal of travels from 
Detroit northwest through the great chain of American lakes to the sources 
of the Mississippi River in the year 1820, by Henry R. Schoolcraft. Albany, 
1821). G;LC;S;U. 



12 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 



B 

State 

7141. Geographical, statistical, and historical map of Michigan territory. 
Drawn by J. Finlayson. Engraved by Young & Delleker. (In A complete 
historical, chronological, and geographical American atlas . . . Philadel- 
phia, H. C. Carey & I. Lea, 1822, no. 36). B; L C; P H; S. 

It has text upon the right and left borders giving description and history of the territory. 
Several editions of the work were issued in English and the same map was used in Buchon's 
Atlas geographique, statistique, historique et chronologique . . . , with text in French 
and in Weiland's Atlas- von Amerika, with German text. 

7142. Michigan. (In Lucas, F. A general atlas containing distinct maps 
of all the known countries in the world . . . Baltimore. Fielding Lucas, 
jun., 1823, no. 75). L C. 

7143. Map of Michigan with part of the adjoining states. By Philu E. 
Judd. Engraved by J. O. Lewis. [Detroit? 1824?]. S. 

Original in Michigan State Library. 

A reduced copy of this map is in vol. 38 Michigan pioneer and historical collections, and 
a description of it is on pages 634-5. It was the first map of Michigan based upon actual 
surveys, and covers only the counties which had been partially or wholly surveyed in 1824: 
Wayne, Monroe, Lenawee, Washtenaw, Oakland, Macomb, St. Clair. 

The engraver, Lewis, lived at Detroit for several years. He issued a portfolio of portraits 
of Indian Chiefs. 

Mr. Judd came to Detroit from Niagara county, New York, was educated as a lawyer, 
but pursued chiefly other means of livelihood. At the time of his death he was LT. S. In- 
spector of the road built by the government form Detroit to the rapids of the Miami. 

7144. Carte, geographique, statistique et historique du territoire Michi- 
gan. (In Buchon's Atlas geographique, statistique, historique et chrono- 
logique dcs deux Ameriques . . . Paris, J. Carey, 1825, no. 40). 

B;LC. 

7145. . . . Part of the United States, exhibiting the northwest, Michi- 
gan, Indiana and Illinois territory, the states of Kentucky, Ohio, Virginia 
. . . 1825. (In Cary's New universal atlas . . . London, for J. Cary, 
1824-[1825], no. 57). L C. 

7146. Map of the sur\^eyed part of the territory of Michigan. By O. 
Risdon, 1825. Engraved by Rawdon, Clark & co., Albany. [Detroit? 1825]. 
B; D; M H C; PH. 

This map was drawn on a scale of four miles to an inch, and included only that part of 
the territory lying east of the meridian line and south of Saginaw Bay, divided at that 
time into the counties of IVIonroe, Lenawee, Washtenaw, Wayne, Macomb, Oakland, Shia- 
wassee, Lapeer, St. Clair, Sanilac and Saginaw. 

7147. Map of the surveyed part of the territory of Michigan on a scale of 
eight miles to an inch. By John Farmer, 1826. V. Balch and S. Stiles, en- 
gravers, Utica. [Detroit, 1826]. B; L C. 

Copyright entry 1825. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 18 

7148. Map of the states of Ohio. Indiana & IlHnois, and part of Michigan 
territory, compiled from the latest authorities. D. H. Vance, del.; J. H. 
Young, sc. (In Finley, Anthony. A new American atlas . . . Philadelphia, 
A. Finley, 1826, no. 11). ' G; L C; iM H C; W. 

7149. Geographical, statistical and historical map of Michigan territory. 
Drawn by J. Finlayson. Engrav'd by Young & Delleker. (In Complete 
historical, chronological and geograi)hical American atlas . . . Philadelphia, 
H. C. Carey & I. Lea, 1827, no. 36). L C; S; W. 

7150. Ohio, Indiana and Michigan. Young & Delleker, sc. (In Armroyd, 
George. A connected view of the whole internal navigation of the United 
States, [anon.]. Philadelphia, H. C. Carey and I. Lea, 1826). L C. 

7151. Western states and territories. (In Malte-Brun, C. Universal 
geography . . . Philadelphia, A. Finley, 1827-1829, no. 34). L C. 

The same map appeared in an edition of 1832 published by J. Laval and in another of 
1837 by Grigg & Elhot. — L C. 

7152. Geographische — statistische und historische charte von Michigan. 
Das gebict Michigan und da.s nordwcsthchc gebiet. 1828. (In W'eiland, C. 
F. [Atlas von America]. [Weimar, Geograph. institut. 1824-1828], no. 28). 

B; LC; PH. 

7153. Map of the territories of Michigan and Oui.sconsin. By Jolm 
Fanner. Detroit, J. Farmer. 1830. L C; W. 

Copyright entr>- May 11, 1829. 

7154. Gebiet Michigan. Das nordwcstliche gebiet. (In Schheben, W. 
E. A. von. Atlas von Amcrika in 30 charten und einem erlautemden texte. 
Die charten Hthographirt, Werner. Leipsig, G. J. Goschen, 1830, no. 6). 

LC. 

7155. A new and authentic map of the state of Michigan and territory of 
Wisconsin. By Thomas R. Tanner. 1830. (In Tanner, Henry S. A new 
American atlas containing maps of the several states of the North American 
union . . . Philadelphia, H. S. Tanner, 1839). B; L C. 

7156. Michigan. Drawn & pubHshed bv David H. Burr. New York, 
cl831. M H C. 

At bottom: Entered according to act of congress in the year 1831 by David H. Burr in 
the clerk's office of the District court for the southern district of New York. 

Ibid. (In Burr. D. H. A new universal atlas . . . New York, D. S. Stone [1835?], 
no. 44). L C. 

7157. An improved map of the sun^eyed part of the territory of Michigan. 
By John Farmer, 1831. V. Balch and S. Stiles, engravers. New York, 1831. 

B;PH. 

Copyright entry. May 11, 1829. 

7158. Map of the territories of Michigan and Ouisconsin (pronounced 



14 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MfCHIGAN 

Wisconsin). On a scale of 30 geographical miles to an inch. By John Farmer 
of Detroit, 1831. Engraved by Rawdon, Clark & co., Albany, N. Y., 1831. 

[Detroit, 1831]. M H C; P H. 

Copyright entry, May 11, 1829. 

7159. Map of the states of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, and part of Michi- 
gan temtory. Compiled from the latest authorities. Published by S. Augus- 
tus Mitcheli. J. H. Young, sc. Philadelphia, 1831. W. 



■fe 



7160. Ibid. Philadelphia, 1832. PH. 

7161. Map of the states of Indiana and Ohio with part of Michigan terri- 
tory. (In An atlas of the United States of North America. London, Simp- 
kins & Marshall; Philadelphia, T. Wardle, 1832, no. 8). L C. 

7162. The traveller's pocket map of Michigan with its canals, roads & 
distances, by H. S. Tanner. Philadelphia, H. S. Tanner [1832]. L C. 

7163. North America, sheet III; Upper Canada with parts of New York, 
Pennsylvania and Michigan. Published by Baldwin & Cradock under the 
superintendence of the Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge. London, 
1833. G; P H. 

7164. Ibid. Sheet V; the northwest and Michigan territories. Published 
by Baldwin & Cradock under the superintendence of the Society for the 
diffusion of useful knowledge. London, 1838. B; P H. 

These maps appear in subsequent editions of 1844 and 1853. 

7165. Map of the states of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois with the settled 
part of Michigan. Published by S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia, 1834. 
B. 

7166. A new emigrant's map of Michigan, with a part of Ohio, Indiana 
and Illinois. New York, J. Wightman, 1834. M H C. 

7167. Michigan and the great lakes (In Bradford, T. G. Atlas designed 
to illustrate the abridgment of universal geography, modern and ancient . . . 
Boston, W. D. Ticknor; New York, F. Hunt & co. [etc.] 1835, no. 14; and 
In Bradford, T. G. A comprehensive atlas, geographical, historical and 
commercial. Boston and New York, 1835, no. 16). B; L C; P H. 

7168. An improved edition of a map of the surveyed part of the territory 
of Michigan. By John Fanner, 1835. [Detroit] engraved by J. Farmer, 
cl835. B;LC; M HC;PH; W. 

7169. Improved map of the territories of Michigan and Ouisconsin. On 
a scale of 30 geographical miles to an inch. By John Farmer of Detroit, 
1835. Albany, N. Y., Rawdon, Clark & co., 1835. L C; M H C; P H. 

7170. Map of the states of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, with the settled 



MAPS AND ATLASES 15 

part of ^Michigan. Published by S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia, 1835. 

LC; W. 

Copyright cntr>' 1834. Engraved by J. H. Young. 

7171. The states of Ohio. Indiana & Illinois and Michigan territory from 

the latest authorities. Published by Ezra Strong. New York, 1835. 

MHC; PH. 

The north line of the map is north Hne of Gladwin and Arenac counties. 

7172. Michigan. (In Tanner, Henry S. Atlas of the United States, 
containing separate maps of each state and territory of the North American 
union. Philadelphia, The author, 1835, no. 21). L C. 

7173. The tourist's pocket map of Michigan exhibiting its internal im- 
provements, roads, distances, ike, by J. H. Young. Published by S. Augustus 
MitcheU. Philadelphia, 1835. B; L C; M H C; P H; U. 

Copyrighted in 1834. Also used to accompany Lanman, James H. History of Michigan 
. . . New York, 1839. B; G; L C; S; U. 

7174. Map of the northern parts of Ohio, Indiana and IlHnois with Michi- 
gan and that part of the Ouisconsin territory l\nng east of the Mississippi 
River. By David H. Burr, draughtsman to the house of representatives, 
1836. [Washington? 1836?]. P H; W. 

Also in a collection of maps, charts, drawings, sur\-e3's, etc. Published from time to 
time, by order of the two houses of congress . . . Washington, 1843, no. 41. L C. 

7175. An improved edition of a map of the sur\'eyed part of the territory 
of Michigan. By John Fanner, 1836. Published by J. H. Colton & co. 
New York [1836]. M H C; P H; W. 

Copyright entry, July 4, 1835. 

7176. Improved map of the territories of Michigan and Ouisconsin. On 
a scale of 30 geographical miles to an inch. By John Fanner of Detroit, 1836. 
Engraved by Rawdon, Clark & co. Albany, N. Y. [1836]. G; W. 

7177. Map of the territories of Michigan and Ouisconsin (pronounced 
Wisconsin). On a scale of 50 geographical miles to an inch. By John Farmer 
of Detroit. 1836. Engraved by Rawdon, Clark and co. Albany, N. Y. [1836]. 

B; D; PH. 

Copyright entry Nov. 9, 1835, by J. H. Colton & co. 

7178. Map of the states of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, with the settled 
part of Michigan. Published by S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia, 1836. 

B. 

Copyright entr\- 1834. Engraved by J. H. Young. 
7179. Traveller's map of Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. Pub- 
lished by Htmiphrey Phelps & Bela S. Squire, jr. New York, 1836. 

B;PH.' 

Drawn and engraved by J. T. Hammond, New York. 

The upper line of the map crosses the state along the north line of Montcalm and Gratiot 
counties. 



16 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7180. A new map of Michigan. (In Tanner, H. S. A new universal atlas 
, . . Philadelphia, The author, 1836, no. 25). L C. 

7181. The tourist's pocket map of Michigan, exhibiting its internal im- 
provements, roads, distances, &c., by J. H. Yoimg. Published by S. Augus- 
tus Mitchell. Philadelphia, 1836. " L C; M H C; P H; W."^ 

Copyright entry 1834. Engraved b\' J. H. Young. 

7182. Map of the surveyed part of Michigan, by John Farmer. Pub- 
lished by J. H. Colton & co. New York, 1837. G; P H; W. 

Copyright entry 1836. Engraved by S. Stiles & co., N. Y. 

7183. Map of the state of Michigan and territory of Wisconsin, with parts 
of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, on, a scale of 30 miles to an inch. By John 
Farmer. Pubhshed by J. H. Colton. New York, 1837. P H. 

Copyright entry by J. H. Colton & co., Nov. 9, 1835. 

7184. Map of states of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois with the settled part of 
Michigan. Published by S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia, 1837. B. 

Copyright entry, 1836. Engraved by J. H. Young. 

7185. Steele's map of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Michigan. From the 
latest authorities. Buffalo, 1837.  P H. 

Accompanies Steele, Oliver G. Western guide book and emigrant's directory. 

7186. Michigan. Engraved by G. W. Boynton. (In Bradford, T. G. and 
Goodrich, S. G. A universal, illustrated atlas . . . Boston, C. D. Strong. 
1842, no. 23). — L C. 

7187. Map of the states of Ohio. Indiana and Illinois, with the settled 
part of Michigan. Published by S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia, 1838. 

W. 

7188. Map of Michigan & part of Wisconsin territory, exhibiting the post 
offices, post roads, canals, railroads, &c., b}^ David H. Burr. [n. p., 1839]. 

LC. 

7189. A map of Michigan and Wisconsin. (In Burr, David H. Maps 
of the United States, exhibiting the postoffices and post roads. [Washington!' 
1839.>], no. 12). L C; P H. 

This map was drawn by Burr who then held the position of geographer to the house of 
representatives, to exhibit the post offices and post roads, and was made under the direction 
of the Post Office 'Dcpt. The map was evidently drawn with much care and is valuable as 
showing the extent of settlement at that time. 

7190. Map of the states of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, with the settled 
part of Michigan. Published bv S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia, 1839. 

W. 

Copyright entry, 1831. 

7191. Map of the surveyed part of Michigan. By John Farmer. Pub- 
lished by J. H. Colton. New York, 1840. S. 

Engraved by S. Stiles & co. Copyright entry, 1836. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 17 

7192. Traveller's map of Michij^an, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. Pub- 
lished by Huniphre\- Phelps & T. Ensign. New York, 1840. P H. 

Dra\^Ti and engraved by J. T. Hammond, New York. 

7193. Guide throutj^h Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Wis- 
consin & Iowa, showing the township lines of the United States surveys, 
location of cities, towns, villages, post hamlets, canals, rail and stage roads. 
By J. Calvin Smith. New York, J. H. Colton, 1840. S. 

7194. Traveller's map of Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. Pub- 
lished by HumphrcN' Phelps and T. Ensign. New York, 1841. P H. 

Drawn and engraved In- J. T. Hammond, N. Y. 

7195. Michigan . . . 1841. (In Tanner, Henry S. A new universal 

atlas . . . Philadelphia, Carey & Hart, 1842-[1843J, no. 25). L C; 

PH. 

7196. Explanations of the maps accompanying the report from the Sec- 
retary of the treasury . . . January- 18, ,1841. 1 p. 9 maps on 4 1. No. 2, 
Michigan. (In A collection of maps, charts, drawings, surveys, etc. Pub- 
lished from time to time by order of the two houses of congress . . . Wash- 
ington, 1843. no. 112-115). L C. 

7197. Michigan. (In Greenleaf, Jeremiah. A new universal atlas . . . 
Brattleboro. Vt., G. R. French, 1842, no. 44). L C. 

7198. Map of the states of Indiana and Ohio, \\4th part of Alichigan ter- 
ritory. Engraved and printed by Fenner Sears & co., London. (In Hinton, 
J. H. The history and topography of the United States. 3d ed. London, 
J. Dowding, 1842, V. 1, p. 472). - — L C. 

7199. Guide through Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Wis- 
consin and Iowa, showing the township lines of the United States surveys. 
Location of cities, towns, villages, post hamlets, canals, rail and stage 
roads, by J. Calvin Smith, New York. Published by J. H. Colton. [New 
York] 1843. PH. 

7200. Map of the state of Michigan and the surrounding country, exhibit- 
ing the sections and the latest surveys. Compiled from authentic sources 
by John Farmer. Detroit, cl844. L C; M H C; S. 

7201. Michigan. 1844. (In Morse, Sidney E. and Breese, S. Morse's 

North American atlas. New York, Harper & bros., 1842-[45J, no. 27). 

LC;PH;W. 

The same map appeared in Morse, S. E. and Breese, S. The cerographic atlas of the 
United States . . . New York, S. E. Morse & co., 1842, no. 25.— L C. 

7202. Guide through Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Wis- 
consin & Iowa. Showing the township lines of the United States surveys. 
Locations of cities, towTis, villages, post hamlets, canals, rail and stage roads. 
By J. Calvin Smith. New York, J. H. Colton, 1844. (In Colton, J. H. 

3 



18 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

Western tourist, or emigrant's guide, [etc., etc.]. New York, J. H. Colton, 
1844). • P H. 

7203. Sketch of public surveys in Michigan, [n. p., 1844]. (U. S. 28th 
cong., 2d sess., senate document no. 7). W. 

7204. . . . Michigan, Wisconsin, and part of Iowa . . . (In Olney, J. 
Olney's school atlas . . . New York, Pratt, Woodford & co. [cl844-1847]. 
no. [8]). LC. 

7205. A new sectional map of the state of Michigan and territory of Wis- 
consin. Constructed principally from the United States surveys, by Thomas 
R. Tanner, 1845. Philadelphia, 1845. W. 

7206. Ibid. Charles E. Ely, sc. Philadelphia, H. S. Tanner, 1846. 
G. 

7207. Sketch of the pubhc surveys in Michigan, [n. p., 1847]. (U. S. 
30th cong., 1st sess., senate executive document no. 2). W. 

7208. Ibid. [n. p., 1848?]. (U. vS. 30th cong., 1st sess., senate executive 
document no. 2). W. 

7209. Diagram of the state of A4ichigan, showing the districts, surveyed 
. . . Detroit, 1848. W. 

Issued by U. S. Surveyor general's office. 

7210. Map of the state of Michigan and the surrounding country, exhibit- 
ing the sections and the latest surveys. Compiled from authentic sources, by 
John Farmer. 3rd. ed. Detroit, 1849. P H; W. 

Copyright entry March Uth, 1844. 

7211. . . . Michigan . . . (In Mitchell, S. A. A new universal atlas 
. . . Philadelphia, S. A. Mitchell, 1849, no. 29).  L C. 

The atlas was copyrighted in 1846 and passed through many editions. The map of 
Michigan was revised and changed in subsequent editions. 

7212. Diagram of . . . Mich, showing the districts embraced in con- 
tracts for subdivisions . . . Philadelphia, 1849. W. 

Issued by U. S. vSurveyor general's office. 

7213. Sketch of the state of Michigan, showing the districts embraced in 
contracts for township lines north of Grand & Saginaw rivers. [Surveyor- 
general's office]. Detroit, Nov. 5, 1849. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval, lith. 
[1849]. L C. 

7214. Sketch of the public surveys in Michigan. [Surveyor-general's 
office]. Detroit, Nov. 5, 1849. Baltimore, Hth. by E. Weber & co. [1849J. 
LC. 

7215. Map of the surveyed part of Michigan by John Farmer. Published 
by J. H. Colton. New York, 1850. B. 

Engraved by S. Stiles & co. Copyright entry 1836 by J. H. Colton & co. 



^rAPS AND ATLASES 19 

7216. [Map of Michigan], [n. p., n. d.]. S. 

Hand drawn. Population of the counties for 1840, 1S45 and 1850 is given. 

7217. A new map of Michigan ... (In Mitchell, vS. A. New atlas of 
North and South America . . . Philadelphia, Thomas, Cowperthwait & 
CO., 1851. no. 27). L C. 

7218. Sketch of the public survej's in Michigan. Detroit, 1851. W. 

Issued by U. S. Sur\-eyor general's office. 

7219. Map of the state of Michigan and the surrounding country' exhibit- 
ing the sections and the latest sur\''eys. Compiled from authentic sources 
by John Farmer. 23d ed. Detroit, 1852. M H C. 

7220. A new map of Michigan with its canals, roads and distances. Pub- 
lished by Thomas, Cowperthwait & co. (In A new universal atlas ... of 
the world . . . [Philadelphia?] Thomas, Cowperthwait & co., 1852, p. 30). 
W. 

7221. Colton's railroad & tow^lship map. Western states. Compiled 
from United States surv^eys. Published by J. H. Colton. [New York?] 
1853. P H. 

7222. Map of the states of Michigan and Wisconsin embracing a great 
part of Iowa and Illinois, and the whole mineral region with a chart of the 
lakes, exhibiting the sections, the geological formations, and the general 
topography; compiled from the state topographical department, from the 
latest United States sur^-eys and from other authentic sources. By John 
Farmer of Detroit, 1853. [Detroit, 1853]. 0; P H. 

7223. Sketch of the public surveys in Michigan. Detroit, 1853. W. 

Issued by U. S. Surveyor general's office. 

7224. Map of the western states, by J. M. Atwood. Published by Ensign, 
Bridgman &: Fanning. New York, 1854. B. 

7225. Michigan. Published by J. H. Colton. New York, 1854. 

PH; W. 

Copyright 1853. 

7226. Map of the sun^eyed part of Michigan, by John Farmer. New York, 
J. H. Colton, 1854. G; M H C. 

7227. Map of the state of Michigan and the surrounding country exhibit- 
ing the sections and the latest surveys. Comi>iled from authentic sources by 
John Farmer. 23d. ed. Detroit, 1854. S. 

7228. Der staat Michigan — Geologische karte der Insel Royal. (In Lange, 
H. Atlas von Nord-Amerika . . . Braunschweig, G. Westermann, 1854, 
no. 10). L C. 

7229. Township map of Michigan. Published by Ensign, Bridgman & 
Fanning. New York, cl855. W. 



20 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7230. Guide through Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Wis- 
consin and Iowa, showing the township lines of the United States surveys, 
location of cities, towns, villages, post hamlets, canals, rail and stage roads. 
By J. Calvin Smith. Published by J. H. Colton, 86 Cedar St. New York, 
1885. P H. 

Copyright J. H. Colton, 1851. 

7231. Map of the western states, by J. M. Atwood. Published by Ensign, 
Bridgman & Fanning. New York, 1856. (In Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning's 
Travellers' guide through the states of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, 
Missouri, Iowa, and Wisconsin, with railroad, canal, state and steamboat 
routes; accompanied with a new map of the above states. New York, Ensign, 
Bridgman & Fanning, 1856). P H. 

7232. Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa & Minnesota. Drawn and engraved by 
J. Bartholomew. Printed in colors by Schenck & Macfarlane, Edinburgh. 
(In Black, A. & C. Black's atlas of North America. A series of tv/enty maps 
constructed and engraved by John Bartholomew . . . Edinburgh, A. & C. 
Black, 1856. no. 9). L C. 

7233. A new map of Michigan with its canals, roads & distances. Pub- 
lished by Charles Desilver. Philadelphia, 1856. B. 

7234. Map of the states of Michigan and Wisconsin, embracing a great 
part of Iowa, Illinois & Minnesota; and the whole mineral region, with charts 
of the la,kes; exhibiting the sections, the soundings, the geological fornia- 
tions and the general topography compiled from the topographical depart- 
ments, from the latest geological, nautical and linear surveys, and from other 
authentic sources. Projected, engraved and published by John Farmer of 
Detroit. Part first. [Detroit] 1856. B; S. 

7235. Michigan. (In Morse, C. W. Morse's general atlas of the world 
. . . New York, D. Appleton & co., 1856, no. [31]). L C. 

7236. Sketch of the public surveys in Michigan. Surveyor general's 
office. Detroit, October 23rd, 1856. Akerman Hth. New York [1856?]. 

B. 

7237. Michigan. (In Colby, Charles Galusha. The diamond atlas . . . 
The western hemisphere. Published by S. N. Gaston. New York, 1857). 

LC. 

7238. Farmer's township map of Michigan and Wisconsin embracing part 
of Iowa, Illinois and Minnesota, with chart of the lakes. Prepared, engraved 
and published by the author at Detroit. 1857. Detroit, S. Farmer, 1857. 

L C. ' 

7239. By state authority. Wisconsin & Michigan. Agencies of the Aetna 
insurance co. Drawn by Wm. H. Martin. Klauprech & Menzel's lith. 
Cincinnati. Hartford, Conn., Aetna insurance co., 1858. L C. 



MAPS AND ATL.\SES 21 

7240. Map of the states of Michigan and Wisconsin, embracing a great 
part of Iowa. Illinois & Minnesota; and the whole mineral region, with charts 
of the lakes; exhibiting the sections, the soundings [etc.]. Projected, en- 
graved and published by John Farmer. Detroit, J. Farmer, 1858. L C. 

7241. Map of the states of Michigan and the surrounding country. Ex- 
hibiting the sections and the latest surveys. By John Farmer, 1859. 23d ed. 
[Detroit. J. Farmer, 1859]. L C. 

7242. Colton's [map of] Michigan; publi.shed by J. H. Colton. Xew York, 
J. H. Colton, 1S60. G. 

7243. Map of the states of Michigan and Wisconsin embracing a great 
part of Iowa, Illinois & Alinnesota; and the whole mineral region, with charts 
of the lakes; exhibiting the sections, the soundings, the geographical forma- 
tions and the general topography; compiled from the latest geological, nauti- 
cal and linear sur^'eys, and from other authentic sources. Projected, engraved 
and published b}- John Farmer of Detroit. Part first and second. [Detroit] 
1860. B;"S;U. 

Copyright cntr>- September 29th, 1858. 

7244. Michigan and Wisconsin. (In Mitchell, S. A. New general atlas 
. . . Philadelphia, S. A. Mitchell, jr., 1860, no. 34). L C. 

Maps drawn and engraved by W. Williams. 

7245. Map of Michigan. 1860. Published by Schonberg & co. New York 
[1860'] L C. 

7246. Geological map of Michigan and Wisconsin, by A. Winchell, Sept. 
1860. S. 

Hand drawn on cloth. 

7247. Map of the states of ^Michigan and Wisconsin, embracing a great 
part of Iowa, Illinois & Minnesota; and the whole mineral region, with charts 
of the lakes exhibiting the sections, the soundings, the geological formations 
& the general topography. Compiled from the topographical departments, 
from the office of the United States lake surveys, from the latest geological 
and linear surv-eys, and from various other authentic and reliable sources. 
Projected & engraved by John Farmer, C. E. Detroit, Michigan, R. Farmer 
& CO., 1861. MHC;PH;S;U. 

7248. . . . Michigan and Wisconsin. (In Johnson, A. J. Xew illus- 
trated . . . family atlas, \vith descriptions, geographical, statistical, and 
historical. Compiled, drawn and engraved under the super\-i.sion of J. H. 
Colton and A. J. Johnson. New York, Johnson & Ward, 1862, no. 49-50). 
LC. 

7249. Farmer's railroad and towTiship map of Michigan and chart of the 
lakes dra\\Ti from U. S. sur\'eys & other authentic sources. Drawn and en- 
graved by John Farmer. Completed and published by R. Farmer & co. 
Detroit, R. Farmer & co., 1862. G; L C; P H. 



22 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7250. . . . Michigan and Wisconsin . . . (In Johnson, A. J. New 
illustrated . . . family atlas, with descriptions, geographical, statistical, 
and historical. Compiled, drawn and engraved under the supervision of J. 
H. Colton and A. J. Johnson. New York, Johnson & Ward, 1863, no. 49-50). 
 LC. 

7251. . . . Michigan and Wisconsin. 1863. (In Mitchell, S. A. New 

general atlas . . . Philadelphia, S. A. Mitchell, jr., 1865, no. 41). 

LC. 

This map also appeared in editions issued: Philadelphia, S. A. Mitchell, jr., 1866, 1867 
and 1870. L C. 

7252. Colton's county and township map of the states of Illinois, Wis- 
consin, Minnesota, Iowa and Missouri, with parts of Indiana, Michigan, 
Kansas and Nebraska. New York, J. H. Colton, 1864. L C. 

7253. Michigan & Wisconsin. (In Johnson, A. J. New illustrated . . . 
family atlas . . . ' Maps compiled, drawn & engraved under the supervision 
of J. H. Colton & A. J. Johnson . . . New York, Johnson & Ward, 1864, 
no. 57-58). L C. 

7254. Map of the state of Michigan and the surrounding country exhibit- 
ing the sections and the latest surveys. Compiled from authentic sources, 
by John Farmer. 23d ed. Detroit, 1864. M H C. 

7255. Farmer's rail road & township map of Michigan and chart of the 
lakes. From U. S. surveys & other authentic sources. Drawn and engraved 
by John Farmer, C. E. Completed & published by S. Farmer & co. . . . 
Detroit, 1864. B; G; L C. 

7256. Map of the state of Michigan. From special surveys and public 
records, &c. made and collected by and under the direction of Geil & Jones 
and Geil & Harley, by Samuel Geil, T. E. . . . Philadelphia, Samuel Geil, 
1864. LCJPH;S; U. 

7257. Farmer's new sectional map of Wisconsin, embracing part of 
Illinois, Michigan & Minnesota. Projected and engraved by John Farmer. 
Detroit and Milwaukee, S. Farmer & co., 1865. L C. 

7258. Map of the state of Michigan from special surveys and public rec- 
ords, &c., made and collected by and under the direction of Geil & Jones and 
Geil and Harley. By Samuel Geil, T. E. . . . Published by Samuel Geil. 
Philadelphia, 1865. M H C. 

7259. Michigan and Wisconsin. (In Mitchell, S. A. New reference 
atlas for the use of colleges, libraries, families and counting houses . . . 
Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & co., 1865, no. 15).  L C. 

7260. Ibid. (In Mitchell S.A. New school atlas . . . Philadelphia, 

E. H. Butler & co., 1865, no. 15). L C. 

This map also appeared in edition issued: Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & co., 1871. 

LC. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 23 

7261. Farmer's railroad & to\ATiship map of Michigan and chart of the 
lakes. From U. S. surveys & other authentic sources. DrawTi and engraved 
by John Fanner, C. E. Silas Fanner & co. . . . publishers . . . Detroit, 
1866. U. 

7262. Schonberg's map. [New York, Schonberg & co., 1866]. L C. 

7263. Map of Michigan. (In U. S. Dept. of interior. General land office. 
Maps accompan>4ng the report of the commissioner of the General land office. 
1866. [Washington, 1866], no. 4). L C. 

7264. Western states. Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, with 
portions of Illinois Sc Indiana. (In Bartholomew, J. Black's general atlas 
of the world . . . New edition. Edinburgh, A. & C. Black, 1867, no. 44). 

LC. 

7265. Map of the state of Michigan and the surrounding country ex- 
hibiting the sections and the latest sun^eys. Compiled from authentic 
sources, by John Farmer. 23d. ed. Detroit, J. Fanner, 1867. L C; U. 

7266. Colton's sectional map. New York, G. W. & C. B. Colton & co., 
1868. L C. 

7267. Farmer's railroad and township map of Michigan and chart of the 
lakes, from U. S. surveys and other authentic sources. Drawn and engraved 
by John Farmer. Detroit, Silas Farmer & co., 1868. B; G. 

7268. [Map of Michigan]. Detroit, Mich., Calvert lith. co., cl869. 

G. 

7269. Colton's guide map of Michigan. PubHshcd by Rufus Blanchard. 
Chicago. 111.. 1870. S. 

7270. Farmer's railroad & township map of Michigan and chart of the 
lakes. Detroit, S. Farmer & co., 1871. B; L C. 

7271. Sectional map of the states of Michigan and Wisconsin embracing 
part of the states of Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota. Compiled from United 
States land and lake sur\'eys and official state and county records. By Edward 
Molitor, civil and topographical engineer. Lithographed & published by the 
Calvert lithographing, engraving and publishing company. Detroit, 1871. 
B;LC;S. 

7272. Post route map of the states of Michigan and Wisconsin with ad- 
jacent parts of Ohio, Indiana. Illinois, Iowa and ^Minnesota. Designed and 
constructed under the orders of Postmaster General John A. J. Crcsswell and 
Second As.sistant Postmaster General Giles A. Smith, b}- W. L. Nicholson, 
topographer of P. O. Dept. W^ashington, 1871. G. 

7273. Farmer's railroad & township map of Michigan and chart of the 
lakes. Detroit, S. Farmer & co., 1872. L C; S. 



24 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7274. Railroad and post office map of Wisconsin and Michigan. New 
York. H. H. Lloyd & co., 1872. ' L C. 

7275. Map of the state of Michigan and the surrounding country exhibit- 
ing the sections and the latest surveys. Compiled from the most authentic 
sources by John Farmer, 1873. Detroit, S. Farmer, 1873. B; G; L C. 

7276. Farmer's railroad & township map of Michigan and chart of the 
lakes. Detroit, S. Farmer & co., 1873. L C. 

7277. Michigan and Wisconsin ; [revised and enlarged]. (In Mitchell, S. A. 

New general atlas . . . Philadelphia, S. A. Mitchell, 1873, no. [33]). 

LC. 

Map also appeared in subsequent editions: Philadelphia, S. A. Mitchell, 1876, 1878, 
1879, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1884, 1893. 

7278. Atlas of the state of Michigan, including statistics and descriptions 
of the topography, hydrography, climate, natural and civil history, railways, 
educational institutions, material resources, etc. By Alexander Winchell, 
LL. D., chancellor of the vSyracuse university; Hon. C. D. Walker; Oramel 
Hosford, esq.; Henry M. Utley, esq.; and Ray Haddock, esq. Drawn, com- 
piled and edited by H. F. Walling, C. E., late professor of civil engineering in 
Lafayette college . . . Detroit, R. M. & S. T. Tackabury [cl873]. 162 p., 
inch 84 maps. B; L C; S; U. 

7279. County Atlas of Michigan. New York, F. W. Beers & co., 1874. 
104 p., inch 40 maps. L C. 

7280. Bridgman's county & railroad township map of Michigan, 1874. 
New York, E. C. Bridgman, cl874. L C; S. 

7281. Colton's township map of the state of Michigan. Drawn, engraved 
and pubHshcd by G. W. & C. B. Colton. New York, 1874. B; L C. 

7282. Cram's new sectional map. Compiled & published by George F. 
Cram. Chicago, G. F. Cram,, 1874. L C. 

7283. Map of the state of Michigan and the surrounding country exhibit- 
ing the sections and the latest surveys. Compiled from authentic sources by 
John Farmer. Detroit, 1874. U. 

7284. Colton's township map of the state of Michigan. Published exclu- 
sively for the Michigan state gazetteer & business directory, 1875-6. [New 
York, G. W. & C. B. Colton & co., 1875]. L C. 

7285. Watson's new county, railroad and distance map of Michigan. 
[New York, G. Watson, 1875]. L C. ' 

7286. Michigan, 1876. By J. E. Sherman, [n. p., 1876]. S. 

Outline map showing the counties. In large type is given the population, value of 
products, acreage and educational statistics. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 25 

7287. Railroad map of Michijjjan jjreparcd for the Commissioner of rail- 
roads, by O. W. Gray & son. Philadcli)hia, 1877. S. 

At bottom of map: Entered according to act of congress in the year 1874 by G. W. & 
C. B. Colton & CO. in the office of the Hbrarian of congress at Washington. 

7288. Rand, McNally & co's indexed map of Michigan. Chicago. Rand, 

McXally Ov co. 11S77J. L C. 

7289. Sectional map. Detroit, R. M. Tackabury [1877]. L C. 

7290. Map of Michigan and Wisconsin, by A. von Steinwehr. [Cincinnati, 
Van Antweqj, Bragg & co., 1877]. L C. 

7291. Michigan. [Map by G. W. & C. B. Colton & co. anon.]. [New York. 
G. W. & C. B. Colton S: co., 1878]. L C. 

7292. P. P. Mast & co's new map of Ohio, Indiana and Michigan. Pre- 
pared by Henry S. Stebbins. Toledo, O., H. S. Stebbins [1878]. L C. 

7293. Railroad map of Michigan, prepared for the Commissioner of rail- 
roads by George F. Cram . . . Geo. F. Cram, lith. Chicago, 111., 1878. 

S. 

7294. Map of Michigan and Wisconsin. Compiled from the latest au- 
thentic sources. Published by H. R. Page & co. Chicago, III., 1879. • 

M H C. 

7295. Rand, McNally & co's township, county and railroad map of Michi- 
gan. [Chicago, Rand, McNally & co., 1879]. L C. 

7296. Michigan. (In U. S. Dept. of interior. General land office. [Atlas 
of the states and territories over which land sun'-eys have been extended, 
1879]. [New York, J. Bien, 1879], no. 4). L C. 

7297. Railroad map of Michigan. Prepared for the Commissioner of rail- 
roads, by Geo. F. Cram. Chicago, 1880. B. 

7298. "Wolverine state." Haskell brothers' county, railroad station, 

post office and index map of Michigan. Chicago, Haskell bros., 1880. 

LC. 

7299. Geography of Michigan.' By Joseph Estabrook. 12 p., 1 map. 
(In Van Antwerp, Bragg & co. The eclectic atlas and hand-book of the United 
States. Cincinnati, New York, Van Antwerp, Bragg & co. [1881], sup. 12). 

LC. 

Eclectic series of geographies. Supplements. 

7300. Michigan. Prepared for the Commissioner of immigration, by 

Henrv S. Stebbins, map engraver, October, 1881. [Chicago, 1881]. 

LC; U. 

7301. Post route map of the states of Michigan and Wisconsin with ad- 
jacent parts of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota. Designed and 
constructed under the orders of Postmaster General John A. J. Cresswell and 



26 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

Second Assistant Postmaster General Giles A. Smith. By W. L. Nicholson, 
topographer of P. O. Dept. The first edition was issued in 1871. Engraved 
by D. McClelland. Washington, D. C. [1881]. L C; M H C. 

7302. Post route map of the states of Ohio and Indiana with adjacent 
parts of Penns3dvania, Michigan, Illinois, Kentucky and West Virginia. By 
W. L. Nicholson. The 1st ed. was issued in 1870. Drawn by Paul Geopel 
and A. Kelp. Engraved by D. McClelland. [Washington, 1881]. — — L C. 

7303. Michigan. Geo. F. Cram, engraver and publisher. Chicago, cl882. 
B. 

7304. Cram's railroad & towmship map of Michigan. Published by Geo. 
F. Cram . . . Chicago, Geo F. Cram, 1882. G. 

7305. Railroad map of Michigan prepared for the Commissioner of rail- 
roads by Henry S. Stebbins, map publisher. Chicago, 1882. S; U. 

7306. Ibid. Prepared for and published with the Tenth annual report of 
the Commissioner of railroads, 1882 . . . Henry S. Stebbins, map engraver 
and printer. Chicago [1882?]. B; S. 

7307. Rand, McNally & co.'s indexed county and township map of Michi- 
gan, with a new and original compilation and index designating all post office 
towns and railroad stations, and giving full postal directions for sending mail 
matter to every state, known in the post office department as "locals"; also 
an alphabetically arranged list of all railroads in the state (with name of the 
express company doing business over each) ; also of counties, lakes, rivers, 

etc. Chicago, Rand, McNally & co. [1883.?]. 43 p., 2 fold. maps. G; 

LC. 

7308. Post route map of the states of Michigan and Wisconsin with adja- 
cent parts of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota showing post offices, 
with the intennediate distances between them and mail routes in operation 
on 1st Februarv^ 1883. Published by order of Postmaster General Timothy 
O. Howe under the direction of C. Roeser, jr. . . . [Washington] 1883. 
MHC. 

7309. [Maps of Michigan]. Chicago, Henry S. Stebbins, map eng'r & 

pubHsher, cl884. 1 v. S. 

Contents. — Railroads, lower peninsula, Michigan. — Railroads, upper peninsula, Michi- 
gan. — Congressional districts, lower peninsula, Michigan. — Congressional districts, upper 
peninsula, Michigan. — Senatorial districts, lower peninsula, Michigan. — Senatorial dis- 
tricts, upper peninsula, Michigan. — Representative districts, lower peninsula, Michigan. — 
Representative districts, upper peninsula, Michigan. — Judicial districts, lower peninsula. 
Michigan. — Judicial districts, upper peninsula, Michigan. 

7310. Railroad map of Michigan. Prepared for the Commissioner of rail- 
roads, by Henry S. Stebbins . . . Chicago, 1884. G; U. 

7311. Ibid. Prepared for and published with the Eleventh annual report 
of the Commissioner of railroads, by Henry S. Stebbins . . . Chicago, 
1884. G. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 27 

7312. Tackabury's atlas of the state of Michigan, including statistics and 
descriptions of its topography, hydrography, climate, natural and civil his- 
tory, railway and steam boat history, educational institutions, material re- 
sources, etc. By Alexander Winchell, LL.D., professor of geology and 
paleontology in the University of Alichigan; Oramel Hosford, esq.; and 
Ray Haddock, esq. Dra^^'n and compiled by H. F. Walling, C. E., topog- 
rapher to United States geological survey, [etc.]. Detroit, Mich, and Canas- 
tota. New York, George N. Tackabury, 1884. 198 p. G; S. 

7313. Cram's to\\Tiship and railroad map of Michigan. Chicago, Geo. F. 
Cram, 1885. G. 

7314. Official map of Michigan. Railroad, township and sectional. 
Prepared under the direction of the Commissioner of railroads. Engraved 
and pubhshed by Cram & Stebbins. Chicago, 111., 1885. D; G; U. 

7315. Michigan. cl886. (In Bro^\^l, M. R. The continental atlas . . . 
Philadelphia. M. R. Brown, 1889, no. 130-131). L C. 

7316. Illustrated atlas of Winnebago and Boone counties, lU., containing 
maps of every to\ATiship in counties, with village and city plats, also maps of 
Michigan, Indiana, Ohio. Illinois, Wisconsin, [etc.]. Chicago, H. R. Page & 
CO., 1886. 3-120 p. incl 52 maps, 19 pi. L C. 

7317. Map of the State of Michigan engraved and printed under the super- 
\asion of the Commissioner of railroads of the state and gi\'ing the latest 
boundaries and names of counties, to^vnships, locations of towns, railway 
stations and aU lines of railways completed January 1st, 1888. Chicago, 
Cram & Stebbins [ 1 888 ?] . ' M H C ; S ; U . 

7318. State of Michigan 1888. Compiled from the official records of the 
General land office and other sources under the super\asion of Geo. U. Alayo 
. . . Photo. lith.& print, by Julius Bien& CO. New York [1888?]. U. 

7319. Map of Alichigan engraved and printed under the supervision of 
the Commissioner of railroads of the state and gi\"ing the latest boundaries 
and names of counties, townships, locations of towns, railway stations and all 
lines of railways completed January 1st. 1889. Published by Cram & Stebbins. 
Chicago [1889?]. M H C. ' 

7320. Railroad map of Michigan prepared for the capital city Michigan 
railway guide, b\- Henry S. Stebbins . . . Chicago, H. S. Stebbins [188-?]. 
G. 

7321. Map of the state of Alichigan engraved and printed under the super- 
xnsion of the Commissioner of railroads of the state and giving the latest 
boundaries and names of counties, tox^Tiships, locations of towns, railway 
stations and all lines of railways completed January 1st, 1890. Published by 
Cram & Stebbins. Chicago [n. d.]. S. 



28 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7322. Ibid. Completed January 1st, 1892. Published by Geo. F. Cram. 
Chicago [1892?]. S. 

7323. Rand, McNally & co's indexed county and township pocket map 
and shippers' guide of Michigan. Chicago and New York, Rand, McNally & 
CO., 1892. 60 p., 1 fold. map. L C. 

7324. Ibid. Chicago and New York, Rand, McNally & Co. [1893]. 
61 p., 1 fold. map.  L C. 

7325. Official map of the state of Michigan . . . giving the names, loca- 
tions and boundaries of counties, county seats, townships, towns, railway 
stations and all lines of railways completed to January 1st, 1896 . . . 
authorized . . . By Simeon R. Billings, Commissioner of railroads. Detroit, 
The Wilton-Smith company, cl895. G. 

7326. Michigan. By C. N. Kendall. Wisconsin. By George L. Collie. 
Boston, Ginn & co., 1896. (With Frye, Alex. Everett. Complete geography. 
Michigan and Wisconsin ed. 1896). L C. 

7327. Official map of the state of Michigan. Compiled, printed and en- 
graved under the supervision of the State commissioner of railroads, giving 
the names, locations and boundaries of counties, county seats and all lines 
of railways completed to January 1st, 1896. Detroit, The Wilton-Smith 
company [1896?]. B. 

7328. Map of Michigan showing the location of the land grant of the Grand 
Rapids and Indiana railroad, and the line of said road, with stations between 
Ft. Wayne and Little Traverse Bay. By W. O. Hughart. Grand Rapids 
[1897?].^ G. 

7329. Map of Michigan and Wisconsin prepared for Wood's Official rail- 
way guide by the Matthews-Northrup co. . . . Buffalo, N. Y., The Mat- 
thcws-Northrup co., cl897. G. 

7330. Official map of the state of Michigan. Compiled, printed and en- 
graved by authority and under the supervision of the State commissioner of 
railroads giving the names, locations and boundaries of counties, county 
seats, townships, towns, railway stations and all lines of railways completed 
to October 1, 1897. Detroit, Mich., cl897. B; S; U. 

7331. Ibid. Compiled by authority and under the supervision of the 
State commissioner of railroads, July 1, 1899. Detroit, Wolverine printing 
CO., cl897. G;U. 

7332. Ibid. September 1, 1899. Chase S. Osbom, Commis-sioner of rail^ 
roads. Detroit, Michigan, Wolvering printing co., cl897. S. 

7333. A sectional map of the state of Michigan from official surveys and 
state records. Published by Silas Farmer & co. Detroit, cl900. B. 

7334. Official map of the state of Michigan. Compiled, printed and en- 



MAPS AND ATLASES 29 

graved by authority and under the supervision of the Commissioner of rail- 
roads giving the names, locations and boundaries of counties, county seats, 
townships, to\\*ns, railway stations and all lines of railroads completed to 
January 1, 1900. Published by the Wolverine printing co. Detroit [1900?]. 

— r. 

7335. Rand, McNally & co's indexed county and towTiship pocket map 
and shippers' guide of Michigan . . . Chicago and New York, Rand, Mc 
Nally t<v: co. [1900]. L C. 

7336. Post route map of the states of Alichigan and Wisconsin. Showing 
post offices and the inicnnediate distances on mail routes in operation on the 
1st of June, 1900. Published by order of Postmaster General Charles Emory 
Smith, under the direction of A. von Haake, topographer, P. O. Dept. [Wash- 
ington. 1900]. L C. 

7337. A sectional map of the state of Michigan from official surveys and 
state records. Published by Silas Farmer & co. Detroit, Mich., cl901. 

B;G;S;U. 

7338. Official railroad map of the state of Michigan compiled by authority 
and under the supervision of the State commissioner of railroads, 1901. 
Chase S. Osbom, Commissioner of railroads. Milwaukee, Northwestern litho. 
CO. [1901]. S. 

7339. New railroad, post office and county map of Michigan. With com- 
plete index of all post offices and railroad stations, giving populations and 
locations. Published by the National publishing company. Boston. cl901. 

B. 

7340. The *'tri-color" map. A spctional map of the state of Michigan 
from official sur\'eys and state records. Published by Silas Farmer & co. 
Detroit. cl902. B. 

7341. The Mathews-Northrup ui>to-date map of Michigan. [Buffalo, 
1903]. B. 

7342. Mendenhall's road map of Michigan, sho\\'ing through bicycle 
routes in the state, locations of towns, post offices, railroads, etc. Cincinnati, 
C. S. Mcndenhall [1903]. D. 

7343. Official railroad map of the state of Michigan. Compiled by au- 
thority and under the supervision of the Commissioner of railroads 1903- 
1904. Theron W. Atwood, Commissioner of railroads. [Detroit'] A. J. 
Farmer, cl903. B; D; G. 

7344. [Map of Michigan] containing data ... of principal railroads, 
. . . manufactures, minerals, products, population, school system . . . 
[n. p.. 1904]. G. 

7345. Tunison's new distance and indexed map of Michigan. Chicago, 
H. C. Tunison, cl904. G. 



30 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7346. State of Michigan. Compiled from the ofhcial records of the Gen- 
eral land office and other sources under the direction of Frank Bond, chief 
of drafting division . . . [Washington?] 1904. U. 

7347. Official railroad map of the state of Michigan. Compiled by 
authority and under the supervision of the State commissioner of railroads, 
1906-1907. Theron W. Atwood, Commissioner of railroads. [Detroit?] A. J. 
Parmer, cl903. B; G. 

7348. Rand, McNally & co's illustrated atlas of Michigan, accompanied 
by a new and original compilation and ready reference index, showing in 
detail the entire railroad system, the express company doing business over 
each road, and accurately locating all cities, towns, and post offices, etc. 
lUus. from photographs. (New state census). Chicago, Rand, McNally & 
CO. [1906]. 64 p.^ D. 

7349. Post route map of the states of Michigan and Wisconsin showing 
post offices with the intemiediate distances on mail routes in operation on the 
1st of September, 1906. Published by order of Postmaster General Geo. 
B. Cortelyou under the direction of A. von Haake, topographer, P. O. Dept. 
[Washington?] 1906.  G. 

7350. Ibid. 1st of June, 1907. Published by order of Postmaster General 
George v. L. Meyer, under the direction of A. von Haake, topographer, P. 0. 
Dept. [Washington?] 1907. G. 

7351. Cram's superior reference atlas of Michigan and the world. New 
York, Chicago, G. F. Cram, c 1908. 160 p. inch 68 col. maps, 3 pi. - — — L C. 

7352. Official railroad map showing steam and electric lines of the state 
of Michigan. Compiled by the authority and under the supervision of the 
Railroad commission, Jan. 1908 . . . Engraved and printed by the Mat- 
thews-Northrup works. Buffalo, N. Y., cl908. G; S; U. 

7353. Rand, McNally and co.'s sectional, statistical and commercial map 
of Michigan. Chicago, Rand, McNally and company, cl908. G. 

7354. The "tri-color" map; a sectional map of the state of Michigan from 
official surveys and state records. Ed. for 1909-10. Detroit, cl902. G. 

7355. Map of the state of Michigan showing state lands. [By John F. 
Nellist]. [n. p., 1909]. G. 

7356. Post route map of the state of Adichigan and Wisconsin showing 
post offices with the intermediate distances on mail routes, in operation the 
1st of December, 1909. Published by order of Postmaster General Frank H. 
Hitchcock, under the direction of A. von Haake, topographer, P. 0. Dept. 
[Washington?] 1909. G. 

7357. The Rand-McNally new commercial atlas map of Michigan; 
southern peninsula. [Chicago] Rand, McNally and company, 1912. G. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 31 

7358. Scarborough's new census map of Michigan showing counties in 
diflferent colors, to^^^lships, cities [etc.]. Complete index to all places on map 
\\'ith population according to census of 1910. Indianapolis, Ind., Scar- 
borough CO.. 1912. G; U. 

7359. Official railroad map showing steam and electric lines of the state of 
Michigan. Compiled b}- the authority and under the supervision of the 
Michigan railroad commission, September, 1913. Engraved and printed by 
the ]\Iatthews-Northrup works. Buffalo, N. Y., cl913. S; U. 

7360. New ideal state and county surv-ey and atlas. Special subscription 

ed. [Chicago] Rand, McNally & co. [cl913]. 84 p., maps (colored). G. 

Colored map of Kent, Muskegon and Ottawa counties, Mich., folded in pocket in back 
of volume. 

7361. Post route map of the states of Michigan and Wisconsin, showing 
post offices with the intermediate distances on mail routes in operation on 
the 1st of June, 1913. Published by order of Postmaster General A. S. Burle- 
son under the direction of David M. Hildreth, topographer, P. O. Dept. 
[Washington?] 1913. G. 

7362. The "tri-color" map. A sectional map of the state of Michigan from 
official sur\^eys and state records. 1914 ed. Detroit, Silas Farmer & co., 
1914. B. 

7363. Scarborough's new census map of Michigan showing counties in 
different colors, towTiships, cities, villages and post offices, steam and electric 
railways, A\'ith stations and distances between stations, and other features; 
complete index to all places on map, with population according to census of 
1910. Indianapolis, 1914. G. 

7364. Map of Michigan revised by Ken3'on printing & mfg. co., Des 
Moines, Iowa . . . [Des Moines? 1915?]. U. 

7365. Lake shore detailed survey road map of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, 
Wisconsin . . . compiled and dra'UTi from official surveys and records . . . 
Chicago, Standard map co., cl915. G. 

7366. Post route map of the states of Michigan and Wisconsin, showing^ 
post offices, \\'ith the intermediate distances on mail routes, in operation on 
the 1st of April, 1915. Published by order of Postmaster General A. S. 
Burleson. [Washington] 1915. G. 

7367. Bowen's Michigan state atlas, containing a separate map of each 
county, showing section, towmship and range lines, railroad and interurban 
lines, churches and school houses and public highways, >vith a historical 
sketch of each county ; improved roads shown in colors ; also containing maps 
of Michigan, the United States and the world, and the official soil map of 
^Michigan, population of to\A-nships, cities and villages and geographical and 
other tables of value. Indianapolis, B. F. Bowen & co., inc., 1916. 198 p., 
col. maps. G; S. 



32 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7368. Cram's superior map of Michigan; showing distances between 
stations on railroads. On reverse side of map a complete concise and original 
ready reference index of cities, towns, villages and junction points with latest 
census populations. Accurately locating all counties, county seats, post 
offices and railroad stations. Chicago, George F. Cram company, cl916. 

— G. 

7369. Geological map of Michigan. Compiled by R. C. Allen, R. A. 
Smith, and L. P. Ban-ett, from surveys by the Michigan geological survey 
and the United States geologic survey. Baltimore, Md., A. Hoen & co., lith., 
1916. S;U. 

At top of map: Michigan geological and biological survey publication XXIII. 

7370. Rand McNally indexed pocket map and shippers' guide of Michi- 
gan. [Chicago?] cl916. D. 

7371. Kenyon's highway map of Michigan showing counties, cities, vil- 
lages, post offices, railroads and stations . . . with complete index showing 
population. Des Moines, Iowa, Kenyon company, cl917. S. 

The extreme northwest portion of Michigan is detached from the upper peninsula and 
given below it. 

7372. Aeroplane view of Michigan looking south from Sault Ste. Marie. 
Published and copyrighted by the Arnold transit co. Mackinac Island [n. d.]. 

B. 

7373. Colton's railroad and express map of the northwestern states show- 
ing the counties, towns, railroads, stations, distances, etc. . . . New- York, 
G. W. & C. B. Colton & co. [n. d.]. G. 

7374. Map of the state of Michigan showing the principal streams and 
natural drainage systems, [n. p., n. d.]. G. 

7375. Map of Michigan. Drawn by H. G. Rothwell, C. E., Detroit, 
Mich. Buffalo, New York, Sage sons & co. [n. d.]. U. 



MAre AND ATLASES 33 



c 

Sections 

7376. Region tributary to Detroit and Miamitown. 1790. (In Wisconsin 

state historical society, proceedings . . . Madison, 1915, p. 214). 

S;W. 

7377. Carte du Detroit et partie du Lac Erie, et du Lac Stc. Claire, 
scitue par les 42 degrees 4 minutes de latitude nord. B. 

"True copy of a plan in the Dominion archives, itself a copy of a plan in Paris. " 

7378. Map of the drainage basin of Grand River, Michigan, [n. p., n. d.]. 

G. 

7379. Map of the Grand Traverse region, to accompany a report on its 
geological & industrial resources, by Alexander Winchell, A. M., professor of 
geolog}-, zoology and botany, in the University of Michigan, 1865. Drawn 
by H. G. Rothwell, C. E., Detroit, Mich. Buffalo, N. Y., Sage sons & co. 
[1865?]. S. 

7380. Map of the drainage basin of Huron River, Michigan, [n. p., n. d.]. 

G. 



Blue print map. 

7381. Outline map of Huron River valley from Gcddesburg to Parshall 
and White Highway. Ann Arbor, Mich. [n. d.]. G. 

7382. Map exhibiting the cotmtry between lakes Michigan and Eric . . . 
contested boundary lines. Map by David H. Burr. [n. p., 1834?]. W. 

7383. Ibid. New York, P. A. Mesier's lith. [1835]. (In U. S. Congress. 
A collection of maps, [etc.], published by order of congress. Washington, 
1843, no. 48). B; LC. 

7384. Corrected map of the country along the proposed boundary be- 
tween Michigan and Wiskonsan to accompany the report of Capt. T. J. 
Cram, December, 1840. Drawn by Lt. J. D. Webster, T. E. [Washington? 
1840?]. B. 

7385. Nellist's road map of Michigan, lower peninsula. Compiled and 
pubhshed bv John F. NelHst. Grand Rapids, Mich., John F. Nellist, cl913. 
G;U. 

7386. Ibid. Grand Rapids, Mich., John F. Xellist, cl915. G. 

DLxie Highway marked in red. 

7387. Rand McNally & go's sectional map of Michigan. [Lower penin- 
sula]. Chicago, 1887. S. 



34 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7388. The summer resort section of North Michigan . . . [n. p.] cl903. 
 U. 



Issued by the Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad company. 

7389. Plat book of northern Michigan. Rockford, 111., HLxson & co. 
[1917?]. G. 

7390. Northern Michigan resort region. Published by the Pere Mar- 
quette railroad . . . [n. p.] cl903. U. 

739 1 . Map of the southern part of Michigan, by John Farmer. New York, 
J. H. Colton & CO., 1855. L C. 

Copyright entry 1855. 

7392. Michigan east coast resort region, New Buffalo to Holland. Road 
map, giving location of summer resorts on the line of the Pere Marquette 
raikoad . . . [Chicago?] cl904. U. 

7393. Michigan east coast resort region, Holland to Pentwater. Road 
map, giving location of summer resorts on the line of the Pere Marquette 
rail road. Chicago, Poole bros., cl904. U. 

7394. Michigan east coast resort region, Pentwater to Traverse City. 
Road map, giving location of summer resorts on the line of the Pere Mar- 
quette railroad . . . [Chicago?] cl912. U. 

7395. Sketch of the public surveys in the north part of Michigan. 25th. 
cong., 2d sess. [Washington, 1837]. (In U. S. Congress. A collection of 
maps, [etc.], published by order of congress. Wasliington, 1843, no. 137). 

LC. 

7396. Ibid. 26 cong., 1st sess. [n. p., 1839]. (In U. S. Congress. A col- 
lection of maps, [etc.], published by order of congress. Washington, 1843, 
no. S3). L C. 

7397. Ibid. W. J. Stone, sc. 27th. cong., 2d sess. [Washington, 1841]. 
(In U. S. Congress. A collection of maps, [etc.], published by order of con- 
gress. Washington, 1843, no. 124). L C. 

7398. Map of the Saginaw valley, Mich., by A. Alberti, civil engineer, 
July, 1860. Part I. Ehrgott, Forbriger & co., lithographers, engravers & 
printers. Cincinnati [I860?]. S. 

7399. Map of drainage basin of St. Joseph River, [n. p., n. d.]. G. 

7400. Chapman's sectional map of the region around Lake vSuperior. 
Drawn from the U. S. survey by W. R. Wood, esq., Detroit. Published by 
Dyer & Pasmore. Milwaukee, Wis., 1857. P H; W. 

7401. Township map of Lake Superior region and upper Mississippi. 
Compiled from government surveys. Philadelphia, J. Distumell, 1872. 

LC. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 35 

7402. Thunder Bay River basin; being the northeast section of the south- 
em peninsula from XclHst's Road map of Michigan. Grand Rapids, cl915. 

G. 

7403. Map of the drainage basin of Thunder Bay River, Michigan, 
[n. p., n. d.]. G. 

7404. Map of the northern peninsula of Michigan . . . Baltimore 
[1849]. (U. S. 31st cong., 1st sess., house executive document no. 5). W. 

7405. Tackabury's new sectional map of the upper peninsula of Michigan: 
Published by Geo. X. Tackabury. Detroit, Mich. & Canastota, N. Y., 1884. 

M H C. 

7406. Map of the original vegetation of the upper peninsula of Michigan 

Compiled by Charles A. Davis from the plat books of the U. S. land survey, 

the Michigan geological survey, and other data. [Lansing?] 1907. G. 

Map accompanied the Annual report of the Michigan geological sur\-ey for 1906 as plate 
XVII. 

7407. The western counties of Michigan . . . New York [1846?]. 

W. 



D 

Counties 

7408. Township map of Alcona county. C. L. Smith, [n. p., n. d.]. 
S. 

Hand drawn map. 

7409. Map of Allegan co., Michigan. From special surveys and public 
records, by I. M. Gross, under the direction of Geil & Harley. Philadelphia, 
S. Geil, 1864. L C. 

7410. Atlas of Allegan county, Mich. From actual sun-eys. Philadel- 
phia, C. O. Titus, 1873. 81 p. incl. 33 maps, 2 maps at end. L C. 

7411. Map of Allegan county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1910. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7412. Standard atlas of Allegan county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the \411ages, cities, and to\\'nships of the county, map of the state. United 
States and world, patrons director^-, reference business directory and de- 
partments devoted to general information, analysis of the system of U. S. 
land surveys, digest of the system of civil government, etc., etc. . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1913. 150 p., maps. D. 



36 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7413. Outline map of Alpena county, Michigan. Alpena, Michigan [n. d.]. 
G. 



7414. Township map of Alpena county. C. L. Smith, [n. p., n. d.]. 
— S. 



Hand drawn map. 

7415. The official atlas and directory of Antrim count^^ Mich. Drawings 
by Charles M. Beers. Philadelphia, S. E. Pond & co., 1897. 88 p. inch 29 
maps. L C. 

7416. Standard atlas of Antrim county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities, and townships of the county, map of the state. United 
States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1910. 89, viii, [13] p. incl. maps. D; L C. 

7417. Standard atlas of Arenac county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state. United 
States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1906. 41, xxii p. incl. maps. D. 

7418. Atlas of Barry co., Michigan. From actual surveys by and under 
the directions of D. J. Lake, C. E., assisted by B. N. Griffing, Wm. G. Hard, 
J. E. Sherman, C. Hard. Philadelphia, C. O. Titus, 1873. 47 p. incl. maps. 
B. 

7419. Standard atlas of Barry county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, United 
States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1895. 3-90, viii p. incl. maps. L C. 

7420. Map of Barry county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1910. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7421. Standard atlas of Barry county, Michigan, including a plat book of 
the villages, cities and toMmships of the county, map of the state. United 
States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1913. 128 p., maps. D. 

7422. Map of Bay county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service . . . 
[n. p.] 1910. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7423. The county of Bay; state, county, township, city and village maps. 
Published by Monroe and Learman, assisted by Bay county abstract co. . . . 
Chicago, 111., Standard map co., lithographers and engravers, 1916. 69 p., 
maps. D; G. 

7424. Standard atlas of Benzie county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state. United 



MAi^S A\U ATLASES 37 

States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chica^'o, G. A. Ogle & co., 1915. 87 p.. maps. D. 

7425. Atlas of Berrien co., Alichijjan. From actual surveys by and under 
the directions of D. J. Lake, C. E., assisted by B. N. Griffinj^, Wm. 0. Hard, 
J. E. Shcnnan, C. Hard. Philadelphia, C. O. Titus, 1S73. 85 p., maps. 
B. 

7426. Map of Berrien county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1910. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7427. Map of Branch co., Michigan. From county records and actual 
surveys by Gcil & Jones. Philadelphia, Geil & Jones, 1858. L C. 

7428. Atlas of Branch co., Michigan. From actual sur\^eys by and under 
the directions of D. J. Lake, C. E., assisted by J. B. Edwards, C. Hard, B. N. 
Griffing. J. E. Shennan. Philadelphia, C. O. Titus, 1872. 65 p. inch 29 maps, 
2 maps at end. B ; L C. 

7429. Map of Branch county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.jl911. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7430. Standard atlas of Branch county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state. United 
States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1915. 123 p., maps. D. 

7431. Map of Branch coimty, Michigan, showing a rough outline of the 
territor}' (the space printed in red) within which the marl deposits of the 
Michigan Portland cement company are located, [n. p., n. d.]. B. 

7432. Map of Calhoun county published under the direction of Douglass 
Houghton, state geologist, pursuant to an act of the legislature of the state 
of Michigan. S. W. Higgins, topographer to geol. sur.; C. C. Douglass and 
Bela Hubbard, assistant geologists. W. J. Stone, sc. Washington City, 
[1S36M845?]. G;S;U. 

7433. Map of Calhoun county, Michigan. From actual sur\^eys & county 
records by Bechler & Wenig. Philadelphia, Gcil, Harley & Siverd, 1858. 

LC;S. 

7434. Atlas of Calhoun co., Michigan . . . under the superintendence 
of F. W. Beers. New York, F. W. Beers & co., 1873. 91 p. inch 37 maps. 

LC;U. 

7435. Map of Calhoun county, ]VIichigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1912. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept.' 

7436. Standard atlas of Calhoun county, Michigan, including a plat book 



38 BIBLIOGRAPHY OP MICHIGAN 

of the villages, cities & townships of the county, map of the state. United 
States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1916. 155 p., maps. D. 

7437. Atlas of Cass county, Michigan. From actual surveys by and 
under the directions of D. J. Lake, C. E., assisted by B. N. Griilfing, J. E. 
Shennan, J. B. Edwards, C. Hard. Philadelphia, C. O. Titus, 1872. 54 p. 
incl. 20 maps, 2 maps at end. B. 

7438. Standard atlas of Cass county, Michigan, including a plat book of 
the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, United 
States and world, farmers directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1896. 80, viii p. incl. maps. L C; U. 

7439. Map of Cass county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1912. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7440. Map of the counties of Cass, Van Buren, and Berrien, Mich. From 
special surveys & official records by Geil & Jones. Philadelphia, Geil, Harley 
& Siverd, 1860. L C. 

7441. Map of Charlevoix county, Michigan, showing rural delivery serv- 
ice, [n. p.] 1911. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7442. Map of Chippewa county, Mich., also part of Mackinac, Luce, and 
Cheboygan counties, Mich. & Algoma, Ont. Sault Ste. Marie, H. C. Thomp- 
son [n. d.]. G. 

7443. Atlas of Clinton county, Michigan. From actual surveys by and 
under the directions of D. J. Lake, C. E., assisted by B. N. Griffing, C. Hard, 
A. A. Ambler, D. B. Clark. Philadelphia, C. O. Titus, 1873. 53 p., maps. 
B. 

7444. Map of Clinton county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1908. G. 

Blue print map. by U. S. Post office dept. 

7445. Standard atlas of Clinton county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities & townships of the county, map of the state, United 
States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1915. 99 p., maps. D. 

7446. Map of the counties of Clinton and Gratiot, Michigan. From official 
records & special surveys by D. S. Harley, J. P. Harley, J. D. Nash, H. G. 
Brigham & M. C. Wagner, under the direction of Geil & Harley. Philadelphia, 
Samuel Geil, 1864. B ; L C. 

7447. Standard atlas of Delta county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities & townships of the county, map of the state. United 



MAPS AND ATLASES 39 

States and world, Patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chica<:;o, Geo. A. Ogle & co., 1913. 116 p., maps. D. 

7448. Delta co., Michigan; sectional map. J. I. Berry, [n. p., n. d.]. 
S. 

Hand drawn map. 

7449. Map of Dickinson county, Michigan, compiled from United States 
gov't and geological surveys. By H. E. McClintoek, Iron Mountain, 
Michigan. August. 1903. [Iron Mountain, Michigan, 1903]. B. 

7450. Map of the counties of Eaton and Barry, Michigan. Dra^vn from 
special surveys & official records by Geil & Jones. Philadelphia, Ceil, Harley 
& Siverd, 1860. B. 

7451. [Map of] Eaton county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1912. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7452. Atlas of Genesee co., Michigan . . . New York, F. W. Beers & 
CO., 1873. 119 p. incl. 42 maps. L C. 

7453. Atlas of Genesee county, Michigan, containing maps of every town- 
ship in the county, with village and city plats, also maps of Michigan and the 
United States from official records. Flint, Mich., Homer A. Day, 1899. 61 
maps, colored. G. 

Verso of each map is blank. 

7454. Map of Genesee county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1911. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post oflSce dept. 

7455. Map of the counties of Genesee & Shiawassee, Michigan, from 
actual surveys & official records, by Geil Sc Jones, topographical engineers. 
Philadelphia, Geil & Jones, 1859. B; L C; M H C. 

7456. Plat book of Gogebic county . . . Alilwaukee, Foust & Jungblut, 
cl910. 44 maps. L C. 

7457. Atlas of Grand Traverse co., Michigan, compiled and dra^^^l for 
the publisher by E. L. Ha^'cs. To which is added, a township map of Michi- 
gan, a railroad map of the U. S., and map of the world. Philadelphia, C. O. 
Titus, 1881. 50, viii p. incl. 19 maps. D; L C. 

7458. New atlas and directory of Grand Traverse county, Michigan. 
Drawings, descriptive text, &c. by Hon. George E. Steele, assisted by . . . 
Chas. M. Beers . . . Traverse City, Mich., S. E. Pond & co., 1895. 108 p. 
incl. 24 maps. L C. 

7459. Imperial atlas of Gratiot county, Michigan, drawn from original 
siirveys and field notes, official cotmty records and other authentic soiu"ces. 



40 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

Boston, Mass., National publishing company, 1901. 65, [1], xxxii p. incl. 29 

maps (col.). G; L C. 

Contains map of the world and map of the United States. Verso of each is blank. 

7460. Map of Gratiot county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1910. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7461. Map of Hillsdale co., Michigan. From actual surveys & county 
records by L. Geil & L. L. Jones, 1857. Philadelphia, Kellogg & Randall, 
1857. -^— L C. 

7462. Plat book of Hillsdale county, Michigan. Chicago, The American 
atlas CO., 1894. 3-90 p. incl. 33 maps. L C. 

7463. [Map of] Hillsdale county, Michigan, showing rural delivery serv- 
ice, [n. p.] 1912. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7464. Standard atlas of Hillsdale county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, United 
States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1916. 72 p., maps. D. 

7465. Plat book of Houghton county, Michigan. Compiled & published 
by Wm. J. Weston, Bessemer, Mich. & C. F. Hancock, Chassell, Mich. . . . 
Milwaukee, Foust & Jungblut, 1911. 35 maps. L C. 

7466. Map of Huron county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1910. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7467. County atlas of Ingham, Michigan. From recent and actual sur- 
veys and records under the superintendence of F. W. Beers. New York, 
F. W. Beers & co., 1874. 104 p. incl. 40 maps. L C; U. 

7468. Map of Ingham county, Mich. [Chicago?] Rand, McNally & co. 
cl912. S. 

7469. [Map of] Ingham county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1912. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7470. Topographical map of the counties of Ingham & Livingston, Michi- 
gan. From special surveys & county records. Geil & co. and A. Jackson, 
topographical engineers. Published by Geil, Harley & Siverd . . . Phila- 
delphia, 1859. LC;MHC;S. 

7471. Atlas of Ionia co., Michigan. From recent and actual surveys and 
records, under the superintendence of F. W. Beers . . . New York, F. W. 
Beers & co., 1875. 108 p. incl. 37 maps. L C; U. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 41 

7472. Atlas of Ionia county, Mich. New York, J. B. Beers & co., 1891. 
103 p. incl. 36 maps. L C. 

7473. Standard atlas of Ionia county, Michigan, including a plat book of 
the \'illages, cities and lowiiships of the county, map of the state. United 
States and world. Patrons director}', reference business directory . . . 
Chicago. G. A. Ogle, 1906. 93 p.. maps. D. 

7474. Map of Ionia county, Michigan, showing rural delivery ser\-ice. 
[n. p.] 1911. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7475. Rogers' map of Iron county, Michigan. Compiled from U. S. 
gov't and geological surveys. By H. E. McClintock. September — 1903. 
Detroit, Silas Farmer & co., map makers [1903?]. B. 

7476. Atlas of Isabella county, Michigan, compiled and dra^\Ti for the 
publisher by E. L. Hayes. To which is added a to\\'nship map of Michigan, a 
railroad map of the U. S., and map of the world. Philadelphia, C. O. Titus, 
1879. 50. viii p. incl. 25 maps. D; L C. 

7477. Map of Isabella county, Alichigan, showing rural delivery .service, 
[n. p.] 1911. G 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7478. Atlas and farm directory of Isabella county, Michigan; compiled 
from county records and actual surveys . . . Chicago, Standard map co. 
[cl915J. 38 p., 18 col. maps. D; G. 

Contains a map of the state of Michigan. 

7479. Map of Jackson county, published under the direction of Douglass 
Houghton, state geologist, pursuant to an act of the legislature of the state 
of Michigan. S. W. Higgins, topographer to geol. surv. C. C. Douglass and 
Bela Hubbard, assistant geologists. W. J. Stone, sc. Washington City, 
[1836?-1845?]. B;G;S;U. 

7480. Map of Jackson county, rvlichigan. From records and special sur- 
veys by S. Gcil & S. L. Jones, topographical engineers. Engrd & manufd by 
Robert P. Smith. Philadelphia. Jos. M. Alexander, 1858. B; L C; S. 

7481. Combination atlas map of Jackson county, Michigan. Compiled, 
drawn and published from jjersonal examinations and surveys by Everts & 
Stewart. Chicago, III., 1874. 144 p. incl. maps. D; L C; U. 

7482. Standard atlas of Jackson county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, c-ities and townships of the county, map of the state, United 
States and world, patrons director}', reference business directory* . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1911. 3 p. 1.. 9-141 (i. e. 139), xxii p. incl. maps. 
D;LC. 



42 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

' 7483. Map of Jackson county, Michigan, showing rural deHvery service. 

[n. p.] 1911. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7484. Map of Kalamazoo co., Michigan. From special surveys and county 
records under direction of Geil & Harley. Surveys by I. Gross; drawn by 
S. L. Jones. Philadelphia, Geil & Harley, 1861. L C. 

7485. Atlas of Kalamazoo co., Michigan. From recent and actual surveys 
and records under the superintendence of F. W. Beers. Published by F. W. 
Beers & co. . . . New York, 1873. 95 p. incl. 36 maps. L C; U. 

7486. Illustrated atlas of Kalamazoo county, Michigan, containing maps 
of Kalamazoo county andxSity; detail maps of townships showing farmlands 
with areas and owners names, rail roads, streams, lakes, etc., etc.; detail 
plats of Kalamazoo city and interior villages, showing dimensions of lots, 
location of water mains, sewers, buildings, etc. ; also maps of the hemispheres, 
world. United States and Michigan; with early and present history of Kala- 
mazoo county. Detroit, Wm. C. Sauer, 1890. 116 p. (including 48 p. of 
maps). D. 

7487. Standard atlas of Kalamazoo county, Michigan, including a plat 
book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, 
United States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1910. 2 p. 1., 7-134, [6], viii, [x]-xxii p. incl. maps, 
10 pi. D;LC. 

7488. Map of Kalamazoo county, Michigan, showing rural delivery serv- 
ice, [n. p.] 1911. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7489. Atlas of Kalamazoo county, Michigan, containing plats of all town- 
ships with names of property owners, rural routes and outlines map of the 
county, showing location of townships, villages, roads, schools, churches, 
railroads, streams, etc., etc. Chicago, 111., H. C. Maley [1913]. 52 p., 20 
maps (col.). D; G. 

7490. Kalcaska county, Mich. [Map by H. J. Frost, anon.], [n. p., 
1878]. L C. 

7491. Innes and Tinkham's map of Kent county, Michigan. Chicago, 
Hachcson, lith., 1855. G. 

7492. Map of Kent county, Michigan, compiled by E. M. Harney & G. A. 
Randall. Milwaukee, Randall, Harney & co., 1863. G. 

7493. Illustrated historical atlas of the county of Kent, Michigan. 
Chicago, H. Bclden & co., 1876. 92 p. incl. maps. B; L C. 

7494. R. L. Polk & co.'s illustrated historical atlas of Kent county, Michi- 
gan. 1894. Grand Rapids, R. L. Polk & co. [1894J. 56 p. incl. 34 maps. 
LC. 



MAPS A\D ATLu\SES 43 

7495. R. L. Polk & co.'s illustrated historical atlas of Grand Rapids and 
Kent county, Mich. Grand Rapids, R. L. Polk & co., 1894. 86 p. incl. 61 
maps. L C. 

7496. [Map of] Kent county. [Lansing, Mich.?] 1901. G. 

Map accompanied the Annual report 'of the Michigan geological survey for 1901 as 
Plate IV. 

7497. Map of Kent county, Michigan, compiled and published by the 
Grand Rapids herald. Rockford, 111., Hunter and Van Valkenbiu-g, 1902. 
G. 

7498. Standard atlas of Kent county, Michigan, including a plat book of 
the cities, villages and townships of the county, map of the state. United 
States and world, patrons' directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago., Geo. A. Ogle & co., 1907. 80 maps (col). G. 

Verso of each map is blank. 

7499. Map of Kent county, Michigan, showing rural deliver}' service, 
[n. p.] 1909. G. 

BKie print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7500. Map of Kent county, Michigan. Chicago, Rand, McNally and 
company, cl912. G. 

Two road maps clipped together. 1 map in color. 

7501. Map of Kent county, Michigan. Rockford, Mich., Rockford regis- 
ter, 1916. G. 

Map in color. 

7502. Map of Kent county, Michigan, Advertiser's ed. Rockford, Mich., 
Rockford register, 1916. G. 

7503. Township map of Kent county, [n. p., n. d.]. G. 

7504. [Map of part of] township no. 6 N. R. no. 2 W., [Wyoming township, 
Kent county], Grand Rapids. G. 

Pen and ink map. 

7505. Map of Lapeer co., Michigan. From special surveys & public rec- 
ords, by W. E. Doughty, C. E. and I. Gross, C. E. Philadelphia, Samuel Geil, 
1863. "^ B. 

7506. Atlas of Lapeer co., Michigan, from recent and actual surveys and 
records under the superintendence of F. W. Beers . . . New York, F. W. 
Beers & co., 1874. 78 p. incl. 38 maps (colored). G; L C. 

7507. Map of Lapeer county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service. 
[Washington] 1912. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7508. Atlas of Leelenau co., Mich. Philadelphia, C. O. Titus, 1881. 
37, viii p. incl. 19 maps. L C. 



44 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7509. Map of Lenawee county published under the direction of Douglass 
Houghton, state geologist, pursuant to an act of the legislature of the state 
of Michigan. S. W. Higgins, topographer to geol. surv. C. C. Douglass 
and Bela Hubbard, assistant geologists. W. J. Stone, sc. Washington City 
[1836?-1845?]. G;S. 

7510. Map of Lenawee co., Michigan. From actual surveys by G. R. 
Bechler & E. Wenig. Philadelphia, Bechler, Wenig & co., 1857. L C. 

7511. Combination atlas map of Lenawee county, Michigan. Compiled, 
drawn and published from personal examination and surveys. By Everts & 

Stewart. Chicago, 111., 1874. 1 p.l., 113 p. inch 22 maps, 82 pi. D; 

G;LC;U. 

7512. Atlas of Lenawee county, Michigan. Compiled and drawn from 
personal examination and actual surveys. Published by George B. Cadwell & 
CO. [n. p.] 1893. 126 p., maps. B. 

7513. Pocket atlas of Lenawee county, 1906. Adrian, Mich., Treat bros., 
cl906. Cover title, 24 maps. L C. 

7514. Map of Lenawee county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1912. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post oflfice dept. 

7515. Atlas of Livingston co., Michigan. From recent and actual surveys 
and records under the superintendence of F. W. Beers. New York, F. W. 
Beers & co., 1875. 86 p. inch 30 maps. L C; U. 

7516. Map of Livingston county, Michigan, sho^ving rural delivery serv- 
ice, [n. p.] 1912. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7517. Standard atlas of Livingston county, Michigan, including a plat 
book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state. 
United States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory 
. . . Chicago, Geo. A. Ogle & co., 1915. 85 p., maps. D. 

7518. Map of Macomb county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1910. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7519. Standard atlas of Macomb county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state. United 
States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., cl916. 127, xxiii p., maps. D. 

7520. Map of the counties of Macomb & St. Clair, Michigan. From special 
surveys & county records, by Geil & Jones, topographical engineers. Phila- 
delphia, Geil, Harley & Siverd, 1859. B ; L C. 

752 1 . Atlas and farm directory of Mason county, Michigan ; compiled from 



MAPS AND ATLASES 45 

county records and actual sun'cys . . . Chicaj:(o, Standard map co. [c 19 15]. 

36 p., 17 (col.) maps. D; G. 

Contains also a map of the state of Michigan. 

7522. Atlas of Alccosta county. Michigan. Compiled and dra\\'n for the 
publisher b\- E. L. Hayes, C. E. To which is added a township map of Michi- 
gan, a railroad map of the United States Sc map of the world. Philadelphia, 
C. O. Titus. 1879. 61, viii p. incl. maps. B; L C. 

7523. [Map of] Mecosta county, Michigan, showing rural delivery serv- 
ice. [Washington] 1913. G. 

BKic print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7524. Standard atlas of Menominee county, Michigan, including a plat 
book of the villages, cities and towTiships of the county, map of the state, 
United States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory 
. . . Chicago, Geo. A. Ogle & CO., 1912. 2 p. 1., 7-93, [1], viii, x-xxii p. incl. 
maps. D; L C. 

7525. Map of Midland count}', Michigan. Saginaw, Michigan, Imperial 
publishing CO., 1897. S. 

7526. Map of Midland county, Michiga,n, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1911. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7527. Standard atlas of Midland county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities & towTiships of the county, map of the state, United 
States and world, patrons director}', reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1914. 64 p., maps. D. 

7528. Map of Monroe co., Michigan. From special sur\^eys & county 
records, by Geil & Jones, topographical engineers. Philadelphia, Geil, Harley 
& Siverd, 1859. B; L C; S; U. 

7529. County atlas of ]\Ionroe, Michigan. From recent and actual sur- 
veys and records under the superintendence of S. M. Bartlett, C. E., for F. W. 
Beers. New York, F. W. Beers & co., 1876. 130 p. incl. 33 maps, 21 pi. 
B;LC;U. 

7530. Standard atlas of Monroe county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities and tou'nships of the county, map of the state, United 
States and world, farmers director}', reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1896. 2 p. 1., 7-82, viii, x-x.\ii p. incl. maps. 
LC. 

7531. Map of Monroe countv, Michigan, showing rural delivery serv^ice. 
[n. p.] 1911. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7532. Map of Montcalm co., Michigan, from recent and actual .surveys 



46 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

and records under the superintendence of F. W. Beers. Published by F. W. 
Beers & co. New York, 1875. S. 

7533. Map of Montcalm county, Michigan, showing rural delivery serv- 
ice, [n. p.] 1911. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office "dept. 

7534. Township map of Montmorency county. C. L. vSmith. [n. p., n. d.]. 
 S. 

Hand drawn map. 

7535.^ County atlas of Muskegon, Mich. New York, F. W. Beers, 1877. 
114 p. inch 38 maps. L C. 

7536. Standard atlas of Muskegon county, Mich., including a plat book 
of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, United 
States and world, [etc., etc.]. Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1900. 2 p. 1., 7-103, 
xxii p. inch maps. L C. 

7537. Map of Muskegon county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1910. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7538. Atlas of Newaygo county, Mich. To which is a added township 
map of Michigan, a railroad map of the United States and map of the world. 
Philadelphia, C. O. Titus, 1880. 71, viii p. inch 33 col. maps. L C. 

7539. Standard atlas of Newaygo coujity, Michigan, including a plat 
book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state. 
United States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory 
. . . Chicago, Geo. A. Ogle & co., 1900. 2 p. 1., 8-75, [21], viii, x-xxii p. 
inch maps. L C; U. 

7540. Map of Newaygo county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1910. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7541. Atlas of Oakland CO., Michigan . . . under the superintendence of 
P. W. Beers. New York, F. W. Beers & co., 1872. 141 p. inch 55 maps. 

LC;U. 

7542. Map of Oakland county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1912. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7543. Topographical map of Oceana co., Michigan, from actual surveys 
and records. F. W. Beers. PubHshed by F. W. Beers & co. New York, 1876. 

— S. 

7544. Map of Oceana county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1911. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 



MAPS AND ATIxA.SES 47 

7545. Standard atlas of Oceana county, AIichi<,'an, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities and touTiships of the county, map of the state. United 
States and world, patrons director}'-, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1913. 83, 23 p., maps. D. 

7546. Township map of Ogemaw county. C. L. Smith, Lansing, Mich, 
[n. p., n. d.]. S. 

Hand drawn map. 

7547. Atlas of Osceola county, Michigan. To which is added a township 
map of Michigan, a railroad map of the United States and map of the world. 
Philadelphia, C. O. Titus, 1878. 60, viii p. incl. 27 maps. L C. 

7548. Map of Ottawa county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1908. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dcpt. 

7549. Standard atlas of Ottawa county, Michigan, including a plat of 
the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, United 
States and world, patrons director}', reference business director}' . . . 

Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1912. 2 p. 1., 7-113, xxii p. incl. maps. 

D;LC. 

7550. Map of Ottawa county road system and connections; revised July, 
1917. Grand Haven, Mich., 1917. — ^ G. 

Map in color; issued by the Board of county road commissioners of Ottawa county. 

7551. Sectional map of Ottawa county, Michigan. [Grand Rapids?] 
Potts and Conger [n. d.]. G. 

7552. Map of the counties of Ottawa & Aluskegon and part of Allegan, 
Michigan. From official records & special surveys by I. M. Gross, C. E., 
under the direction of Geil & Harley. Philadelphia, Samuel Geil, 1864. 
B. 

7553. Map of Saginaw county, Michigan, showing rural delivery ser\'ice. 
[n. p.] 1911. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7554. Standard atlas of Saginaw county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, United 
States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1916. 117 p., maps. D. 

7555. Map of Saginaw and Tuscola, with part of Genesee, Lapeer, Huron 
& Midland counties, Michigan. 1859. Published by D. A. Pettibone. 
Bridgeport Center, Michigan [n. d.]. U. 

7556. Combination atlas map of St. Clair county, Mich. Compiled, drawn 
and published from personal examinations and surveys . . . Philadelphia, 
Everts & Stewart, 1876. xviii, 54 p. incl. 31 col. maps. L C. 



48 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7557. Standard atlas of St Clair county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities, and townships of the county, map of the state. United 
States and world, farmers directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, Geo. A. Ogle & co., 1897. 2 p. 1., 7-115, [1], viii, x-xxii p. inch maps. 
LC;U. 

7558. Map of Saint Clair county, Michigan, showing rural delivery serv- 
ice, [n. p.] 1910. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7559. Standard atlas of St. Clair county, Michigan, including a plat book 
of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, United 
States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., cl916. 107, xxiii p., maps. D. 

7560. Map of St. Joseph co., Michigan. From actual surveys & county 
records by Geil & Jones, topographical surveyors . . . Philadelphia, Geil, 
Harley & Siverd, 1858. B ; L C. 

7561. Atlas of St. Joseph county, Michigan. From actual surveys by and 
under the direction of D. J. Lake, C. E., assisted by B. N. Griffing, J. E. 
Sherman, J. B. Edwards, C. Hard. Philadelphia, C. O. Titus, 1872. 69 p. 
inch 22 maps, 2 maps at end. B; G; L C; S. 

7562. Property atlas of St. Joseph county, Michigan. Philadelphia, E. P. 
Noll & CO., 1893. 1 p. 1., 44 p. inch 31 maps. L C. 

7563. Map of St. Joseph county, Michigan, showing rural delivery ser\ace. 
[n. p.] 1910. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7564. Map of Saint Joseph county, Michigan. Chicago, Standard map 
CO., 1914. G. 

7565. Topographical map of Sanilac co., Michigan, from actual surveys 
and records by F. W. Beers. Published by F. W. Beers & co. . . . New 
York, 1876. S. 

7566. Atlas of Sanilac county, Michigan, containing maps of every town- 
ship in the county, with village and city plats and outline map of the county. 
Also maps of Michigan, United States and the world. Compiled from late 
and authentic sources; together with other valuable information . . . 
Philadelphia, J. L. Smith, 1894. 117, [1] p. incl. 44 col. maps. L C. 

7567. Map of Sanilac county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service, 
[n. p.] 1912. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7568. County atlas of Shiawassee co., Michigan. From recent and actual 
surveys and records under the superintendence of F. W. Beers. New York, 
F. W" Beers & CO., 1875. 102 p. incl. 37 maps. B;LC;U. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 49 

7569. [Map of] Shiawassee county, Michigan, show-ing rural delivery 
sen-ice. (n. p.] 1912. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7570. Standard atlas of Shiawassee county, Michigan, including a plat 
book of the ^•illages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, 
United States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory 
. . . Chicago. Geo. A. Ogle & CO., 1915. 107, xxiii p. incl. maps. B;D. 

7571. Map of Tuscola county, Michigan, showing rural delivery service. 
In. p.] 1909. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7572. Atlas of Van Buren county, Michigan. From actual sun-eys by and 
under the direction of D. J. Lake, C. E., assisted by B.N. Giffiing, Wm. G. 
Hard, J. E. Shcnnan, C. Hard. Philadelphia, C. 0. Titus, 1873. 79 p., maps. 

B. 

7573. Map of Yan Buren county, Michigan, showing rural delivery ser\''- 
ice. [n. p.] 1910. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7574. Standard atlas of Van Buren county, Michigan, including a plat 
book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, 
United States and world, patrons director}-, reference business directory- . . . 

Chicago, Geo. A. Ogle & co., 1912. 2 p. 1., 7-109, xxii p. incl. maps. 

D;LC. 

7575. Map of Washtenaw county published under the direction of Doug- 
lass Houghton, state geologist, pursuant to an act of the legislature of the 
state of Michigan. S. W. Higgins, topographer to geol. sur\-. C. C. Douglass 
and Bela Hubbard, assistant geologists. W. J. Stone, sc. Washington City 
[1836M845:']. G; S; U. 

7576. Washtenaw county, by S. Pettibone. Lith'd by P. S. Duvall. 
Philadelphia. 1848. U. 

7577. Map of Washtenaw county, Michigan. From actual surv-eys by 
G. R. Bechler & E. Wenig. Philadelphia, Bechler, Wenig, & co., 1856. 

U. 

7578. Map of Wa.shtenaw county, Michigan. From actual sun-eys by 

G. R. Bechler & E. Wenig. Philadelphia, Bechler, Wenig & co.. 1858. ' 

LC. 

7579. Combination atlas map of Washtenaw county, Michigan. Compiled, 
draw-n and published from personal examinations and surveys, by Everts ■& 
Stewart. Chicago. 111., 1874. 1 i). 1.. 15-124, [2] p. incl. 30 maps, 57 pi. 

D;LC; U. 

7580. Standard atlas of Washtenaw county, Michigan, including a plat 



50 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, 
United States and world, farmers directory, reference business directory . . . 
Chicago, Geo. A. Ogle & co., 1895. 98, viii p. inch maps. U. 

7581. M. M. Dickson & co's. township and sectional pocket map of 
Washtenaw county, Michigan. Accompanied by a list of county officers, 
census tables, director}^ of resident farmers who own the land they occupy, 
showing location of farm and giving postoffice address . . . Published by 
the M. M. Dickson & co. Ann Arbor, Michigan [1896]. 34 p. U. 

7582. Map of Washtenaw county, Michigan, showing rural delivery serv- 
ice, [n. p.] 1910. — G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Post office dept. 

7583. Standard atlas of Washtenaw county, Michigan, including a plat 
book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the state, 
United States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory 
. . . Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co., 1915. 119 p., maps. D. 

7584. Map of the counties of Washtenaw and Lenawee, Michigan. From 
special surveys and official records by G. R. Bechler & E. Wenig. Phila- 
delphia, S. Geil, 1864. L C. 

7585. Rough sketch of part of Wayne county, territory of the United 
States northwest of Ohio River, shewing the present inhabited part of the 
county, with the different tracts of land claimed by individuals in that part; 
copied from McNiPf's sketch by Rob't King, copy by Wm. Tatham, Sept. 
1812. Prepared for the Department of state by Wm. Tatham, 25th Sept'r 
1812. Ms. [1812]. L C. 

7586. Map of Wayne county, Mich., by William Hancock. Lith. by R. 
Burger. Detroit, 1854. S. 

7587. Map of Wayne county, Michigan, by John Farmer. Exhibiting 
the names of the original purchasers and the number of acres [etc.]. [De- 
troit, J. Farmer, 1855]. L C. 

7588. Map of Wayne co., Michigan. From special surveys & official 
records by Geil & Jones & Geil & Harley. Philadelphia, Geil, Harley & 
Siverd, 1860. B ; U. 

7589. Illustrated historical atlas of the county of Wayne, Michigan, 
Chicago, H. Belden & co. [187-]. 79 p. inch 24 maps, 25 pi. L C. 

7590. Map of Wayne county, with roads, railroads, cities [etc.]. Detroit, 
S. Farmer & co., 1883. D; L C. 

7591. General map of Wayne county. Drawn and published by William 
C. Sauer, C. E. Detroit, 1893. B. 

7592. Detailed official atlas of Wayne co., Mich. Detroit, W. C. Sauer 
[1894J. 2 p. 1., 79 pi. L C. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 51 

7593. Map of Wayne county. Published by Wni. C. Sauer, C. E. De- 
troit. 1S95. B. 

7594. Map ot Wayne county, Michigan. PubHshed for the schools by 
William C. Sauer, C. E. [Detroit] 1895. B. 

7595. Map of Wayne county, AIichif:;an. [Detroit, Silas Farmer Sz co., 
1900]. B. 

7596. Farmer's new map of Wayne county, Michij^an, showing highways, 
acreage, land-owners, sections, private claims and rural free delivery routes. 
Compiled by Arthur John Farmer. Drawn by Jethro Bro^\^l. Detroit, Silas 
Farmer & co.. cl904. B. 

7597. Detailed atlas of Wayne county, Michigan, containing general maps 
of Wa}Tie count}- and city of Detroit, general township maps on a scale of 
two and a half inches to a mile, sho^\^ng areas of lands and o\ATiers' names, 
rail roads, electric car lines, wagon roads, streams, drains, location of school 
houses, churches, cemeteries, etc., and detail plats of the city of Wyandotte 
and all interior villages on a scale as sho'woi on each map ; also sundry details 
showing all subdiN-isions outside the incorporated villages and an alpha- 
betically arranged index for reference to locating subdivisions. Compiled 
and drawn from authentic records and private sur\'eys by W. C. Sauer, C. E. 
[Detroit, cl905]. 2 p. 1., 44 maps. B ; L C. 

7598. Map of Wayne county, Michigan, showing rural delivery ser\'ice. 
[n. p.] 1910. g' 

Blue print map, U. S. Post office dept. 

7599. Road map of Wa>Tie county. Board of county road commissioners. 
[Detroit' 1915?]. B. 

7600. Map of west half of Wayne county showing plat of Wyandotte, 
[n. p.. n. d.]. B. 

7601. Wayne county and part of Oakland and ]\lacomb. Compiled from 
official and original sources by Mason L. Brown. Detroit, S. Farmer & co., 
1894. D. 

7602. New section map and country road guide. Wayne and parts of 
Washtenaw, Oakland and Macomb counties. Detroit, S. J. Kenyon, ])rinter 
and stationer, 1896. B. 

7603. Atlas of Wexford county, Michigan, containing complete maps of 
all townsliijjs, names of propert>' owners, maps of the county, city of Cadillac, 
United States and state of Michigan. [Cadillac] Cadillac evening news; 

Chicago, Standard map co. [cl914J. 43 p., 20 maps, (19 in color). 

D;G. 



52 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 



E 

Cities, Towns and Villages 

7604. Map of the village of Ada situated on section 34. T. 7 N. R. 10 W., 
county of Kent, Michigan. Drawn by R. Andrewes, Detroit, 1836. Washing- 
ton City, W. J. Stone [1836:-']. — G; U. 

7605. Town of Altona. Being the terminus of the Detroit and Milwaukee 
& Pt. Huron & Milwaukee railways at the mouth of Grand River, Lake Michi- 
gan, [n. p., n. d.]. B. 

Manuscript. Undated. 

7606. Map of the village of Ann Arbor, by J. F. Stratton. New York, 
N. Currier's lith., 1836. G. 

7607. City of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw co'ty, Michigan. 1853. Surveyed 
and published In- Henry Hart . . . New York [1853?]. U. 

7608. City of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw co'ty, Michigan. Surveyed & 
pubHshed by D. A. Pettibone, Ann Arbor. [Ann Arbor?] 1854. S. 

7609. Ibid. Surveyed & pubhshed by S. Pettibone. x^nn Arbor, 1869. 
U. 

7610. Map of the cit}- of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Showing University of 
Michigan, public buildings, schools and factories. Revised, enlarged and 
copyrighted September, 1907. By Harold P. Gould, publisher. [Ann Arbor] 
Ann Arbor plant, The Richmond & Backus co., printers [n. d.]. U. 

7611. Map of Ann Arbor showing campus and buildings of the University 
of Michigan. Prepared by Wickes brothers 1914. Copyright 1914 by 
Shirley W. Smith. [Ann Arbor? 1914]. U. 

Blue print map. 

7612. [Birds eye view of Ann Arbor]. Drawn and published by A. Ruger. 
Battle Creek, Mich. [n. d.]. B. 

7613. Map of Ann Arbor, [n. p., n. d.]. U. 

7614. City of Coldwater, Branch co., Mich. From special sur\^eys & 
official records, by Willits & Waters, civ. engrs. 1871. Judson S. Bird, civil 
engineer, Jackson, Mich. lith. Chas. Shober. Chicago [1871?]. M H C. 

7615. Detroit in 1708. [n. p., n. d.]. B. 

7616. De Lery's plan of Detroit, [n. p.] 1749. B. 

7617. FortandsettlementsofDetroitA. D. 1763. [n. p., 1763?]. B. 

7618. Detroit in 1763 from Bellin's atlas of 1764. [n. p., n. d.]. B. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 53 

7619. Fort de Detroit ct ses environs, [n. p.] 1768. B. 

True copy of map in the Dominion archives, Ottawa. 

7620. Fort du Detroit in 1780. [n. p., n. d.]. B. 

7621. Plan of government ground. Detroit, 1792. B. 

Tnu- copy of plan in the Dominion Archives, Ottawa. 

7622. Detroit prior to the fire of June 11, 1805. Prepared by C. M. Bur- 
ton, "Wayne county abstract office, /rotn official records. R. J. Mackcy, 
draughtsman. New York, Photo-gravure co. [1889]. L C. 

7623. Plat of the city of Detroit as laid out by the go^•'r and judges. 

B. 

Photo copy. 

7624. A plan i.f the city of Detroit. Drawn by AbijahHull, surveyor of 
Michigan. January, 1807. [n. p., 1807?].. B. 

7625. Map of the city of Detroit in the state of Michigan by John Farmer, 
district sur\-eyor. Eng. by C. B. & J. R. Graham, Hthographers. New York, 
cl835. B; G. 

7626. City of Detroit, Michigan. From late and accurate sur^'cys, May, 
1837. New York N. Currier's lith., cl837. B. 

7627. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. By A. E. Hathon, A. M. 
[n. p.] 1849. B. 

7628. City of Detroit, Wayne county, Michigan. Surveyed and published 
by Henr\- Hart. ci\-il engineer Sc architect. New York, 1853. B. 

7629. City of Detroit. Published by J. D. Johnston. [Detroit] 1853-4. 

B. 

7630. A counting house map of the city of Detroit. Drawn, engraved and 
pubHshcd by John Fanner. (Inset: Farmer, John. Map of Wayne county, 
Michigan. Detroit, J. Farmer, 1855). L C. 

7631. Guide map of the city of Detroit. Drawn by Eugene Robinson. 
Detroit, S. Fanner & co.. cl863. B; L C. 

7632. Map of Elmwood ccmeters', city of Detroit. Drawn by Eugene 
Robinson, city sur\'eyor. Published by Silas Fanner & co. Detroit, 1865. 

B; LC.' 

7633. Munro's map. Compiled by J. F. Munro. Approved & adopted 
by the Common council. May 12, 1857. Rev. ed. Detroit, Munro & Sage 
sons & CO.. 1868. L C. 

7634. J. W. Frisbie's hand book and guide map of the city of Detroit. 
[Drawn by Eugene Robinson]. Detroit, S. Farmer & co. [1870]. L C. 

7635. Map showing the fire limits, paved streets & sewers. From draw- 



54 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

ings by Eugene Robinson. Detroit, order of Common council, 1870. 

LC. 

7636. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan, 1871; compiled by Eugene 
Robinson, city surveyor. Lithographed & published by the Calvert lith. 
eng. & map pub'g. company. Detroit, 1871. L C; S. 

7637. Guide map of Detroit. [Detroit?] cl871. B. 

7638. Map and manual of the city of Detroit. Detroit, S. Fanner & co. 
[1872]. 79 p., 1 fold. map. B; L C. 

7639. Guide map of the city of Detroit. Drawn by Eugene Robinson. 
Detroit, S. Farmer & co. [1872]. L C. 

7640. Map of the principal business portion of the city of Detroit, Michi- 
gan. Detroit, The Crowe printing and engraving co. [1876]. L C. 

7641. Detroit and its environs. Compiled from official and original 
sources by Charles H.- Ellis. Detroit, S. Farmer & co., 1876. L C. 

7642. Detroit and its environs. Compiled from official and original 
sources by Chas. H. Ellis . . . Detroit, Silas Farmer & co., 1877. S. 

Copyright 1876. 

7643. Guide map of the city of Detroit. Published by Silas Farmer & 
CO. Detroit, cl878. B; L C. 

7644. Map of the city of Detroit, Mich. Compiled & corrected by Eugene 
Robinson. Detroit, The Calvert lith. & eng. co., 1879. L C. 

7645. Wards and election districts — city of Detroit. Map of the city of 

Detroit compiled b}^ Eugene Robinson. Detroit, The Calvert lith. co., 

1881. S. 

"Ent'd acc'g to act of congress A. D. 1873 by Eugene Robinson, in the office of the 
librarian of congress at Washington. " 

7646. Atlas of the city of Detroit and suburbs, Hamtramck, Springwells 
and Greenfield, from official records and actual surveys. New York, E. 
Robinson, 1885. 1 p. 1., 30 maps. D; L C. 

7647. Map of Elmwood cemetery prepared under the direction of A. W. 
Blain, superintendent of the grounds. Published by Silas Farmer & co. 
Detroit, cl886. B. 

7648. Guide map of the city of Detroit. Published by Silas Farmer & 
CO. Detroit, cl886. B. 

7649. Detroit and its environs. Compiled from official and original 
sources, by C. H. Ellis and Silas Farmer. Published by Silas Farmer & co. 
Detroit, cl887. B. 

7650. Rascher's maps of Detroit. Chicago, The Rascher map publishing 
company, v. 1 & 2, 1888; v. 3, 1889. B. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 55 

7651. Map of Detroit. Published by Silas Fanner & co. Detroit, cl890. 
— B. 



7652. Detroit and its en\'irons. Published by Silas Farmer & co. Detroit, 
cl890. B. 

7653. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. 1891. Lithographed & 
published by the Calvert lith. & eng. co. Detroit, cl890. B. 

7654. Map of the city of Detroit, Alichigan. Lithographed & published 
by the Calvert Hth. & eng. co. Detroit, 1892. B. 

7655. Detroit and its environs. Compiled from official and original 
sources. Published by Silas Fanner & co. Detroit, cl892. B. 

7656. The Mathews-Northrup up-to-date map of Detroit, Michigan. 
Buflalo and Xcw York, cl893. — - B. 

7657. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. Detroit, R. L. Polk &: co., 
189.^. B. 

7658. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. Drawn and jjublishcd by 
Um. C. Sauer. [Detroit] 1893. B. 

7659. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. 1894. Detroit, R. L. Polk 
& CO., cl894. B. 

7660. Map of Detroit. Chicago, H. Arthur & co., cl895. B. 

7661. Handy indexed map of the city of Detroit showing complete street 
railway system to date. October, 1895. Detroit, L. D. Tallman, 189vS. 

B. 

7662. Guide map of the city of Detroit for bic3^clists, showing pavements. 
Lithographed and published by the Calvert lith. & eng. co. Detroit, cl896. 

B. 

7663. Plan of Elmwood cemetery, sur\'eyed and drawn under the direc- 
tion of the Board of trustees, by David Molitor . . . Detroit, 1896. G. 

7664. New map and guide of the city and environs of Detroit. Published 
by Silas Farmer & co. Detroit, cl898. B. 

7665. The official map of the city of Detroit. With all streets and cor- 
ner house numbers. PubHshed by Silas Farmer & CO. Detroit, c 1898. B. 

7666. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. 1899. Sho^A'ing paved streets, 
public schools, police stations, fire engine and ladder houses. Published by 
Calvert lithographing company. Detroit, cl899. B. 

7667. Map of Detroit. Published by Silas Farmer & co. Detroit, cl899. 

B. 

7668. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. Published by Wm. Sauer. 
[Detroit] 1899. U. 



56 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7669. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. 1900. vShowing wards and 
election districts. Lithographed & published by the Calvert lith. & eng. co. 
Detroit, cl899. B. 

7670. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. 1901 . Showing paved streets. 
Published by Calvert lithographing co. Detroit, cl901. B. 

7671. Map of Detroit. Published by Silas Farmer & co. Detroit, cl901. 
B. 



7672. Map of the sewers of the city of Detroit, 1901. R. H. McCormick, 
city engineer. Lithographed by the Calvert lith. & eng. co. Detroit, cl900. 

B. 

7673. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. Detroit, R. L. Polk & co., 
1901. B. 

7674. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. 1902. Issued by the De- 
partment of public works. Detroit, 1902. B. 

7675. The official map of the city of Detroit. With all streets and comer 
house numbers. Published by Silas Farmer & co. Detroit, cl902. B. 

7676. New map of Detroit, Delray, Highland Park, Hamtramck, Wood- 
mere, River Rouge. Published bv Silas Famier 8z co. Detroit, cl902. 

B. 

7677. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. 1904. Issued by the De- 
partment of public works. Detroit, cl904. B. 

7678. The industrial map of Detroit showing its manufacturing, mercan- 
tile and railroad interests with shipping facilities. Published by Silas Farmer 
& CO. Detroit, c 1904. B. 

7679. Baist's real estate atlas of surveys of Detroit, Mich. . . . Com- 
piled and published from ofificial records, private plans and actual surs^eys 
. . . Philadelphia, G. W. Baist, 1906. 1 p. 1., 33 maps. L C. 

7680. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. Showing paved streets, 
public schools, police stations, fire engine and ladder houses, to January 1, 
1907. Published by Calvert lithographing co. Detroit, cl907. B. 

7681. New map of Detroit and suburbs including Delray, Woodmere, 
River Rouge, Oakwood, Highland Park, Hamtramck, St. Clair Heights, Fair- 
view and Grosse Pointe. Published by Silas Farmer & co. Detroit, cl907. 

B. 

7682. Birds eye view of Detroit [in] 1908. [Detroit] cl907. U. 

Issued by the Hurd-Martin Co. 

7683. R. L. Polk & co's map of the city of Detroit, Michigan. Detroit, 
R. L. Polk & CO., 1908. U. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 57 

7684. Map of the city of Detroit. Michij^'an. Detroit. Calvert litho- 
grapliinj,' eo.. 190*). B. 

7685. A new map of Detroit and suburbs; includes River Rouge, Oakwood, 
Highland Park. Ilaniiramck, St. Clair Heights and Grosse Pointe. Detroit, 
S. Fanner c'^- co.. cl9()9. D. 

7686. The parks of Detroit. Issued by public improvement committee. 
Board of commerce. Detroit, 1910. B. 

7687. Baist's real estate atlas of sur\-eys of Detroit and Highland Park, 
Mich., comjjlete in one volume. Compiled and published from official records, 
private plans and actual surveys, by G. Wm. Baist [assisted by] Wm. E. 
and H. V. Baist. Philadelphia. G. W. Baist, 1911. 1 p. 1., 33 (i. e. 34) col. 
maps. B; D; L C. 

7688. Map of the central business district of Detroit, Mich., showing the 
location of railroad depots, steamboat docks, parks and leading hotels. Pre- 
pared by the Detroit convention and tourists' bureau. [Detroit, 1911?]. 
G.' 

7689. Map of the improved portion of Grand Lawn cemetery. Located 
on Grand River avenue, Detroit. [Detroit?] 1911. B. 

7690. Map of th^ city of Detroit, Michigan. Showing streets with house 
numbers, street car lines and the location of the principal industrial, educa- 
tional and religious buildings. Drawn and published by Sauer bros. and 
Fr>-drych. [Detroit] 1912. U. 

7691. Suburban pocket map of the city of Detroit, Michigan; a general 
map of the city and environs . . . [Detroit, Sauer bros., 1912?]. B. 

7692. Industrial map of Detroit and suburbs naming and locating all 
factories. [Detroit?] cl912. D. ' 

7693. Map of the city of Detroit showing the enlargements by acts of the 
legi-slature. [Detroit:- 1912?]. B. 

7694. Farmer's ideal map of Detroit. [Detroit, Silas Farmer & co., 
1913]. B. 

7695. New map of the new north Woodward district. Published by 
Michclson land and home co. Detroit. cl914. B. 

7696. Commercial pocket map of Detroit showing streets, street car lines 
and the location of the principal factories and public buildings. Detroit, 
Wm. Sauer, cl914. U. 

7697. Map of the city of Detroit, Michigan, showing steam and electric 
railways and the location of the ])rincij)al manufactories, etc. Drawn and 
pubHshed by Wm. Sauer. [Detroit] cl914. U. 



58 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7698. Map of the city of Detroit and environs. [Detroit, Mich.] Sauer 
bros., cl916. G. 

769Q. Detroit. Hannan's golf club addition. [Detroit, 1917?]. B. 

7700. Blue print plan of the down town district of Detroit, [n. p., n. d.]. 
B. 



7701. Detroit. Campbell Park subdivision, [n. p., n. d.]. B. 

7702. Norwood estates just off Woodward avenue in the Birmingham 
district, Detroit, [n. p., n. d.].  B. 

7703. Map of Detroit showing the wonderful development on Woodward 
avenue; properties of James G. Pierce associated co's. in red; showing location 
of Cass Lake Highlands, [n. p., n. d.]. B. 

7704. Map of the city of Flint, Genesee county, Michigan. Compiled by 
order of the Common council, by G. T. Clark and Stephen Mathewson, civil 
engineers and surveyors. Flint, 1873. B; L C. 

7705. Map, Grand-Haven, Ferrysburg and Mill-point, Ottawa county, 
Michigan. Surveyed by H. Bean, T. Fletcher & S. S. Montague. Drawn & 
published by Sam. S. Montague. Lith. of Ed. Mendel. Chicago [1856?]. 
S. 

7706. Plat of the city of Grand Rapids, situated on the rapids of Grand 
river, the county of Kent and state of Michigan, by J. Almy, engineer, [n. p., 
1832]. — - G. 

7707. A plat of the village of Grand Rapids, situated on the S. | of N. E. 
fr. Qur. Sec. 25, T 7 N. R. 12 W., M[ich.] T[er.]. Tousant Campau. proprietor; 
surveyed August 28th, 1833 by C. Barnes. [Grand Rapids, Mich.?] 1833. 
~ G. 

Pen and ink map. 

7708. Plat of the subdivision of lot nos. 1 & 2, in section 25 township 7 
N R 12 W, state of Michigan, generally known as the Mission Reserve & 
constituting part of the 5th ward of the city of Grand Rapids, as surveyed 
and laid out for the proprietor J. W. Converse, esq., by J. Almy, Nov. 1st. 
1856, and recorded in the Register's office in the county of Kent in liber 7, at 
page 560. Bpston, F. F. Oakley's lith., 1856. G. 

7709. Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1868. Chicago, Chicago lithographing 
CO., 1868. G. 

Birds eye view by A. Ruger. 

7710. Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1874. Charles Shober & co., publishers. 
Chicago, Chicago lith. co., 1874. G. 

Birds eye view. 

7711. Map of the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan. [Grand Rapids?] 
1876. B. 



I 



MAPS AND ATLASES 59 

7712. The city of Grand Rapids, Mich. [Grand Rapids] Collar Sz Orcincr, 
1884. L C. 

7713. [Birds eye view of] Grand Rapids, AIichi|,'an, 1886. Grand 
Rapids, Mich., Cole and Dcmar, 1886. G. 

Thirty three ilhistrations in margin. 

7714. Grand Rapids, Michigan. Published by the Sanborn map & pub- 
lishing co. New York. 1888. B. 

7715. The city of Grand Rapids, Michigan; compiled by Fred W. Stevens 
. . . [Detroit '1 R. L. Polk & co., cl890. G. 



7716. Grand Rapids. Chicago. Geo. F. Cram [189-']. G. 

7717. [Grand Rapids public] library site. [Grand Rapids, Mich.] 1901. 
— G. 



Blue print map. 

7718. [Map showing] location of building east of [Grand Rapids pubhc] 
library site. [Grand Rapids, ^^^lich.] 1901. G. 

7719. [Map] showing location of [Grand Rapids public] library site, also 
streets and sewer grades in adjacent streets, [n. p.] 1901. G. 

Blue print map. 

7720. Map of the city of Grand Rapids and environs . . . [showing 
how the Grand Rapids pubHc library dots the city]. Grand Rapids, R. L. 
Polk &' CO.. cl906. G. 

7721. R. L. Polk & co's map of the city of Grand Rapids and environs, 
from official records, original plats and actual sun'cys by D. and F. E. 
Skeels, civil engineers. Grand Rapids, Mich., R. L .Polk & co., 1883-1907. 
G. 

9 maps. 

Title varies. 

*The Grand Rapids Pubhc Library has 1883, 1888, 1892-1894, 1800, 1901, 1903, 1907. 

7722. Map of the city of Grand Rapids and environs. Compiled by 
Rumsey and Works. Grand Rapids, Mich., Grand Rapids directory co., 
1912. G. 

7723. Nellist's map of one day trips around Grand Rapids. Grand 
Rapids, Mich., John F. Nellist, cl915. G. 

7724. Ellsworth's addition to the city of Grand Rapids, Kent co., Michi- 
gan. Drawn by W. L. Coffinberry . . . New York, F. Mayer & co., lith. 
[n. d.]. G. 

7725. Map of the village of Grosse Pointe Farms, Wayne co., Mich. 1912. 
Traced from map compiled and delineated by Thomas Campau and son, 



60 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

civil engineers and surveyors. Revised and corrected to July, 1912. [n. p., 
1912]. B. 

Blue print map. 

7726. Birds eye view of Hancock, L. S., Mich. 1873. Drawn and pub. 
by A. J. Cleveland, [n. p.] American oleograph co. print [n. d.]. B. 

7727. Map of Highland Park, Woodward Heights and vicinity, [n. p., 
n. d.]. B. 

Issued by Stewart and Fry, real estate. 

7728. Plan of the canal and town of Huron in Michigan. New York, N. 
Curriers [1847:^]. G. 

7729. Map of Jackson, Jackson co., Mich. Surveyed & published by 
Henry Hart . . . New York, 1853. S. 

7730. Map [of] Jackson, Michigan, from official records and special sur- 
veys. Drawn by J. S. Bird, C. E. Philadelphia [?] J. S. Bird, 1871. S. 

7731. State fair grounds, Jackson, Mich. Chicago, Rand, McNally & 
CO., 1886. L C. 

Map by J. B. Frost. 

7732. . . . Jacobsville and vicinity, Keweenaw Bay, Lake Superior, 
showing obstructing rocks in vicinity of dock wrecked" by recent storms, Oct. 
1905. [Washington, 1905?]. U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7733. Condensed street map of Kalamazoo, Michigan, compiled and 
drawn by the Michigan engineering co. [Kalamazoo, Mich., Beecher, Kymer 
and Patterson, 1912?]. G. 

Cover title: Indexed street map of Kalamazoo, Michigan. 

7734. . . . L'Anse including Portage Entry and Port of Keweenaw Bay, 
Lake Superior. Projected from a trigonometrical survey under the orders of 
col. J. D. Graham, corps of engineers in 1863 and of Col. W. F. Raynolds 

... in 1864 and 1865. Published in 1866. [Washington?] 1866. 

LC;U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7735. Map of the Town of Michigan (Comprising section sixteen and por- 
tions of nine and twenty one) in the county of Ingham. Surveyed by T. 
M'Cracken. Miller's lith. N. Y. [n. d.]. M H C; S. 

7736. Map of the town of Lansing and adjoining towns, embracing por- 
tions of the counties of Clinton, Eaton and Ingham, Michigan . . . Detroit, 
Macy & Driggs, cl847. G. 

7737. Map of the city of Lansing, Mich., published by Waterbury & 
Emery, showing streets, blocks, additions and subdivision, also hydrants 
[etc.]. Corrected to June 1st 1888. [Lansing? 1888?]. S. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 61 

7738. Map of the city of Lansing, published by A. M. luncry. [Lansing""] 
1914. S. 

7739. Map of the city of Lansing, Michigan [showing] North Highland, 
the new subdivision. (In The state journal, Lansing, Ma\- 11, 191 7;. U. 

Issued hy North Highland company. 

7740. . . . Map of the city of Lansing. [Lansing] The Dyer-Jenison- 
Barr\- co., ltd. [n. d.]. S. 

7741. Map of city of Lansing, published by John A. Kerr & co. Com- 
piled from the records of the state by W. A. Barnard, of the State land office, 
and L. D. Preston, surv'cyor and C. E., Lansing, Mich. Detroit, Michigan, 
The Calvert lith. co. [n. d.]. M H C; S. 

7742. Mackinaw City, from actual survey made August, 1857, by R. C. 
Phillips. Cincinnati, 1837. 0. 

7743. [Birds eye view of] Marquette, L. S., Mich., Beck & Pauli, litho. 
Milwaukee, Wis. [1886 'J. M H C. 

7744. Contemplated seat of government of Michigan. Plan of the city of 
Marshall, Calhoun county, Michigan, by O. Wilder. New York, P. A. 
Mesiers' Hth. [n. d.]. B. 

7745. Rascher's fire insurance atlas of Muskegon city and North Muske- 
gon, Mich. Surveyed and pubHshed by the Western fire map publishing co. 
Chicago, 1883. Caption title, 46 p. B. 

7746. Outline map of Muskegon, Michigan, [n. p.] 1911. G. 

BUif print map. 

7747. Plat of New Baltimore, .Michigan. [Detroit' n. d.]. B. 

7748. Map of Saginaw comprising the cities of Saginaw and East Saginaw 
Michigan. By Charles Holmes and Harrison Cary. New York, Am. ])hoto- 
Htho CO., 1882. S. 

Another map, smaller size. L C. 

7749. Map of St. Clair, St. Clair coimty, Mich. Surveyed & published by 
Willm. Hancock. St. Clair, W. Hancock [1854]. L C. 

7750. City of Saint Joseph, Berrien county, Michigan, [n. j)., 1836""]. 
B; G. 

7751. Sanilac Centre, Michigan. Hubbard & King's subdivision of north 
half of northeast quarter of section 5, town 11 north, range 14 east, also of 
west half of southeast quarter of section 32, town 12 north, range 14 east, 
[n. p.. n. d.]. B. 

Manuscript. Undated. 

7752. Illustrated atlas of the twin cities Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan and 
Ontario, containing general and detail maps, showing streets with sewers 
and water mains, subdivisions with lots and their dimensions, private claims, 



62 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

etc. etc. Also maps of the hemispheres, world, United States and Michigan, 
with early and present history of the twin cities and surrounding country. 
Detroit, Mich., Wm. C. Sauer, C. E., 1888. 2 p. 1., 3-92 p., col. maps. S. 

7753. [Map of] Waverly, Ottawa comity, Michigan; surveyed and platted 
by F. E. Skeels, surveyor, [n. p., n. d.]. G. 

7754. Plat of the village of Woodwardville. [n. p., n. d.]. B. 

7755. City of Ypsilanti, Washtenaw county, Michigan. Surve^^ed and 
drawn by C. S. Woodard, C. E. Chicago, Chas. Shober. lith., 1859. 

S. 



F 

Geological and Topographical 

7756. . . . Ann Arbor quadrangle . . . vSurveyed in 1901-2 in co- 
operation with the state of Michigan. [Washington, 1902?]. G; U. 

Quadrangle maps are issued as U. S. Geological survey, topographic atlas sheets. 

7757. . . . Ann Arbor quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1901-1902 in 

cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Feb. 1904. by U. S. 
G. S. Edition of April, 1904. [Washington, 1904?]. — S; U. 

7758. . . . Ann Arbor quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1901-1902 in co- 
operation with the state of Michigan. Edition of April, 1904. Reprinted 
Dec. 1908. [Washington, 1908?]. U. 

7759. . . . Ann Arbor quadrangle. Edition of Dec. 1907. Reprinted 
with changes after field revision Dec. 1914. [Washington, 1914?]. U. 

7760. . . . Ann Arbor folio, Michigan, [by I. C. Russell and Frank 
Lcverett] . . . Washington, D. C., U. S. Geological survey, 1908. Cover 
title, 15 p., 3 maps. (U. S. Geological survey, geologic atlas of the United 
States, no. 155). — — D; L C; S; U. 

7761. Ibid. Washington, D. C, U. S. Geological survey, 1915. Cover title, 

18 p., 3 maps. (U. S. Geological survey, geologic atlas of the United States, 

no. 155, reprint). L C. 

"The Ann Arbor folio pub. in 1908 . . . is here reprinted without field revision. The 
text, however, has been rev. in the light of facts disclosed by studies in adjacent regions. " 

7762. Surface geology; Bay county [flowing wells], compiled by W. F. 
Cooper. Grand Rapids, Mich., Mich. lith. co., 1905. G. 

Issued by Michigan geological survey. « 

7763. Surface geology; Bay county [sand areas], compiled by W. F. 
Cooper. Grand Rajjids, Mich., Mich. lith. co., 1905. G. 

Issued by Michigan geological survey. 



MAPS AND ATLASES G3 

7764. Topographic map of Bay county, [showini^ location of drill holes 
for coal], compiled by W. F. Cooper. Grand Rapids, Mich., Mich. Hth. co., 

1905. G. 

Issued by Michigan geological sur\^ey. 

7765. . . . Calumet special map . . . Surveyed in 1908-1909. En- 
graved Mar. 1911 by U. S. G. S. Edition of May, 1911. [Washington, 
1911?]. S; U. ' 

7766. . . . Chesaning quadrangle . . . Surveyed in cooperation with 
the state of Michigan. Engraved, 1916, by U. S. G. S. Edition of 1917. 
[Washington, 1917?]. S. 

7767. . . . Crystal Falls quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1891 and 1895. 
Engraved Oct. 1898, by U. S. G. S. Edition of Feb. 1899. [Washington, 
1899.']. S; U. 

7768. . . . Detroit quadrangle . . . Sun^yed in 1904. Sur\'eyed in 
cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Aug., 1905, by U. S. G. S. 
Edition of Dec, 1905. [Washington, 1905']. S. U. 

7769. . . . Detroit folio: Wayne, Detroit, Grosse Pointe, Romulus, 
and Wyandotte quandrangles, Michigan, by W. H. Sherzer; surveyed in co- 
operation with the state of Michigan. AVashington, D. C, engraved and 
printed by the U. S. Geological survey, 1917. Cover title, 22 p., 11 maps. 

S. 

7770. . . . Dexter quadrangle. Jno H. Renshawe, geographer in charge, 
topography by Robert Muldrow and E. C. Bebb, control by U. S. Lake survey 
and Geo. T. Hawkins. Sur\'eyed in 1901-1902. Sun-eyed in cooperation with 
the state of Michigan. Engraved July, 1905 by U. S. G. S. Edition of Feb. 

1906. [Washington, 1906?]. S. 

7771. . . . Map to accompany the cro.ss sections of the Eagle River dis- 
trict . . . (In Michigan, geological survey. Atlas accompanying reports on 
upper peninsula, 1869-1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien, lith. [1874?], 
pi. XX). B:MHC;S;U. 

7772. . . . Cross section of the Eagle River district no. 1 . . . (In 
Michigan, geological sur\-cy. Atlas accompanying reports on upper penin- 
sula, 1869-1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien [1874?], pi. XXI). 

MHC;S;U. 

7773. . . . Eagle River section no. 2. (In Michigan, geological survey. 
Atlas accompanying reports on upper peninsula, 1869-1873 . . . New York, 
Julius Bien [1874?], pi. XXII). M H C; S; U. 

7774. . . . Fowlerville quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1908. Surveyed 
in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Apr. 1910, by U. S. 
G. S. Edition of June, 1910. [Washington, 1910?]. S; U. 



64 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7775. . . . Grand Rapids quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1911-1912. 

Surveyed in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved May, 1914, 
by U. S. G. S. Edition of Oct. 1914. [Washington, 1914:^]. S. 

7776. . . . Grosspoint quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1904. Surveyed 
in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Aug. 1905, by U. S. 
G. S. Edition of Oct. 1905. [Washington:^ 1905?]. S; U. 

7777. .. . Houghton quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1908, 1909, 1911 and 

1912. Engraved Aug. 1914, by U. S. G. S. Edition of Feb. 1915. [Wash- 
ington, 1915?]. S. 

7778. . . . Grouped cross sections illustrating certain stratigraphical 
relations between Houghton and Keweenaw counties . . . (In Michigan, 
geological survey. Atlas accompanying reports on- upper peninsula, 1869- 
1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien [1874>], pi. XIX). MHO; S. 

7779. . . . Howell quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1906-1907. Sur- 
veyed in cooperation with the state of Michigan. [Washington, 1907?]. 

U. 

7780. . . . Howell quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1906-1907. Sur- 
veyed in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Jan. 1909, by 
U. S. G. S. Edition of April, 1909. [Washington, 1909?^]. S. 

7781. Sketch map showing surface geology about the northern shores of 

lakes Huron and Michigan, by Israel C. Russell. Areas occupied by swamps, 

muck-soil, etc., not represented. [Lansing? 1904]. G. 

Accompanies the Annual report of the Michigan geological survey for 1904 as plate xvi. 
Map colored. 

7782. . . . Iron River quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1891-95. En- 
graved Oct. 1898, by U. S. G. S. Edition of Dec. 1898. [Washington, 1898?]. 

S; U. 

7783. Geological map of the trap range of Keweenaw Point, Lake Superior, 
by Wm. H. Stevens, Samuel W. Hill c^ C. P. Williams. Philadelphia, R. L. 
Barnes [1863]. L C. 

7784. . . . Lansing quadrangle . . . Surveyed 1909 and 1910. Sur- 
veyed in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved June, 1912, by 
U. S. G. S. Edition of Aug. 1912. [Washington, 1912?]. S; U. 

7785. Geological map of the lower peninsula, by C. Rominger, state 
geologist. [New York?] Julius Bien, lith., 1867. G. 

7786. Map showing geological fonnations and contours of rock surface of 
the southern peninsula of Michigan, revised from state reports and tmpub- 
lished data by Alfred C. Lane. Baltimore, Md., 1905. (U. S. Geological 
survey, w'ater supply ptaper no. 182, pi. 2). G. 

7787. Map of the surffe.ce formation of the southern peninsula of Michigan, 



MAPS AND ATLASES 65 

b>- Frank Lcvcrett, United States geologist, in cooperation with Frank 
Taylor and members of the Michigan geological survey, 1911. [Washington? 
1911]. G;MHC;S;U. 

7788. . . . Marquette quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1905. Surveyed 
in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Jan. 1907, by U. S. G. S. 
Edition of April. 1907. [Washington, 1907?]. S; U. 

7789. . . . Mason quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1908-1909. Surv^eyed 
in cooperation ^^^th the state of Michigan. Engraved Sept. 191 1, by U. S. G. S. 
Edition of Dec. 1911. [Washington, 1911?]. S; U. 

7790. Description of the IMenominee quadrangle, by Charles Richard 
Van Hise and William Shirley Bayle}'. 13 p., 2 maps. (In U. S. Geological 
sunxy. Geologic atlas of the United States, Menominee special folio, Michi- 
gan . . . Engraved and printed by the U. S. Geological survey. Washing- 
ton, D. C., 1900). U. 

7791. . . . Menominee special map . . . Surveyed in 1898. Engraved 
Mar. 1900, by U. S. G. S. Edition of April, 1901. [Washington, 1901?]. 
S;U. 

7792. Geological survey of Michigan . . . surface (pleistocene) geolog}-; 
compiled by John F. Ncllist from notes of F. Leverett and F. B. Taylor and 
various members of the state survey, (with pemiission of the U. S. Geological 
sun-ey). Grand Rapids, Mich. [1907?]. G. 

7793. . . . Milford quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1906-1908. Sur- 
veyed in cooperation wiih llie state of Michigan. Engraved Oct. 1909. by 
U. S. G. S. Edition to Dec. 1909. [Washington, 1909?]. S. 

7794. Surface geology (pleistocene) of Monroe county. Mapped by W. H. 
Sherzcr; assi.^iants W. D. Cramer, R. R. Putman, De Forest Ross. [Wash- 
ington' 1900]. U. 

7795. Ned Lake sheet . . . Edition of August, 1895. [Washington, 
1895?]. U. 

In scries: U. S. Geological sur\-ey, topographi c atlas sheets. 

7796. Pench Lake sheet . . . Edition of Aug. 1895. [Washington, 
1895?]. U. 

In series: U. S. Geological surve}', topographic atlas sheets. 

7797. . . . Pontiac quadrangle . . . vSun-eyed in 1905-1906. Sur- 
veyed in cooperation mth the state of Michigan. Engraved June, 1907, by 
U. S. G. S. Edition of Nov. 1907. [Washington, 1907?]. S; U. 

7798. . . . Map to accompany the cross sections of the Portage Lake 
district . . . (In Michigan, geological survey. Atlas accompan>ang reports 
on upper peninsula, 1869-1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien [1874?], pi. 
XIV a and b). M H C; S; U. 

9 



66 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7799. . . . Cross sections near Portage Lake, south shore . . . (In 
' Michigan, geological survey. Atlas accompanjang reports on upper penin- 
sula, 1869-1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien [1874?], pi. XV-XVIII). 
MH C; vS; U. 

7800. . . . Map of Republic Mountain and vicinity, situated in se^ts. 
7 and 18, T. 46 N., R. 29 W., Marquette co., Mich. (In Michigan, geological 
survey. Atlas accompanying reports on upper peninsula, 1869-1873. . . . 
New York, Julius Bien [1874?], pi. VI). M H C; S; U. 

7801. . . . Magneto-geological chart of Republic Mountain, Mar- 
quette CO., Mich. (In Michigan, geological sui'vey. Atlas accompanying 
reports on upper peninsula, 1869-1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien [1874?], 
pi. II[xi?]). MHC;S;U. 

7802. . . . Rochester quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1906. Surveyed 
in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Oct. 1907, by U. S. G. S. 
Edition of Feb. 1908. [Washington, 1908?]. S; U. 

7803. . . . Romulus quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1903. Surveyed 
in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Feb. 1906, by U. S. G. S. 
Edition of April, 1906. [Washington, 1906?]. S. 

7804. . . . Sagola quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1891-95. Engraved 

Oct. 1898, bv U. S. G. S. Edition of Jan. 1899. [Washington, 1899?]. 

S;U. 

7805. ... St. Charles quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1914. Surveyed 
in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved 1916, by U. S. G. S. 
Edition of 1917. [Washington, 1917.']. S. 

7806. . . . Saline quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1901-1902. Surv^ey 
made in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Jan. 1906, by 
U. S. G. S. Edition of April, 1906. [Washington, 1906?].  S; U. 

7807. . . . South Lyon quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1901-1902. vSur- 
veyed in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Nov. 1905, by 
U. S. G. S. Edition of Mar. 1906. [Washington, 1906?]. S. 

7808. Geological map of the Lake Superior land district in the state of 
Michigan prepared pursuant to an act of congress approved March 1st, 1847, 
entitled ''An act to establish a new land district and to provide for the sale 
of mineral lands in the state of Michigan". By J. W. Foster & J. D. Whitney, 
U. S. geologists. New York, J. Ackerman, hth. [1848]. L C; S; W. 

7809. Geological map of the district between Keweenaw Bay and Choco- 
late River, Lake Superior, Michigan. J. W. Foster & J. D. Whitney, U. S. 
geologists. New York, Ackerman, lith. [1851?]. L C; S. 

7810. Section and diagram illustrating the geology of the region between 



MAPS AND ATLASES 67 

the northern shores of lakes Superior and Alichio^an, [by J. W. Foster and 
J. D. Whitney]. New York, Ackerman, lith. [n. d.]. S; W. 

7811. . . . Three Rivers quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1914. Sur- 
^■cyed in cooperation witli the state of Michij^an. Enj^raved 1916, by U. S. 
G.S. Edition of 1916. [Washinj^ton, 1916? J. S; U. 

7812 Topographical map of Tuscola county by C. A. Davis, assisted by 

A. C. Lane. J. F. Nellist, draughtsman, [n. p.] 1904. G. 

Issued by Michigan geological survey. 

7813. Geological map of a district of township lines in the northern penin- 
sula of Michigan, surveyed by Wm. A. Burt, in the year 1846. Baltimore, 
lith. by E. Weber [1846f. — LC. 

7814 . . . Atlas accompan3dng reports on iron-bearing rocks. T. B. 
Brooks. New York, Julius Bien, 1873. Cover title, xii plates, 2 charts. 
U. 

At head of title: Geological survey of Michigan. 

7815. . . . Map of the upper peninsula. Paleozoic rocks by C. Romin- 
ger; copper-bearing rocks (Huronian), by T. B. Brooks; Laurentian rocks 
by Brooks and Pumpelh'. (In Michigan, geological survey. Atlas accompany- 
ing reports on upper peninsula, 1869-1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien 
[1874-]. pi. I). B; M H C; S; U. 

7816. . . . Map of the central portion of the upper peninsula, Michigan. 
(In Michigan, geological survey. Atlas accompanying reports on upper 

peninsula, 1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien, lith. [1874?], pi. II). 

B; MHC;S; U. 

7817. Michigan. Geological survey. Geological survey of Michigan. 
Atlas accompanying reports on upper peninsula, 1869-1873. New York, 

Julius Bien [1874?]. Cover title, 13 maps, 9 pi.. 2 tab. D; L C; M H C; 

S;U. 

7818. . . . Map of the surface formation of the northern peninsula of 

Michigan. By Frank Lcverett, United States geologist. 1911. [Washing- 

tonM911]. G;MHC;S;U. 

At head of title: Geological survey of Michigan. R. C. Allen, state geologist, in coopera- 
tion with the United States geological survey; George Otis Smith, director. 

7819. . . .Wayne quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1903. Sun-eyed in 
cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Jan. 1905, by U. S. G. S. 
Edition of Feb. 1905. [Washington, 1905?]. S; U. 

7820. . . . Witbeck quadrangle . . . vStirv^eyed in 1891-96. Engraved 

Nov. 1898, by U. S. G. S. Ediuon of Jan. 1899. [Washington, 1899?]. 

S;U. 

7821. . . . Wyandotte quadrangle . . . vSur^-eyed in 1903-1904. wSur- 



68 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

veyed in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Jan. 1906, by 
U.S. G. S. Edition of Mar. 1906. [Washington, 1906?]. -^ vS; U. 

7822. . . . Ypsilanti quadrangle . . . Surveyed in 1901-1902. Sur- 
veyed in cooperation with the state of Michigan. Engraved Feb. 1906, by 
U.S. G. S. Edition of June, 1906. [Washington, 1906?]. S. 



G 

Mines and Mineral Regions 

7823. . . . Geological section in the Central mine. (In Michigan, 
geological survey. Atlas accompanying reports on upper peninsula, 1869- 

1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien, 1874?], pi. XXIII). M H C; 

S;U. 

7824. . . . Map of Champion mine, Marquette co., Mich. (In Michi- 
gan, geological surve}^ Atlas accompanying reports on upper peninsula, 
1869-1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien [1874?], pi. VII). — M H C; 
S;U. 

7825. Sketch map of the copper range of northern Michigan showing 
principal properties. (In Mining financial news. New York, March 3, 1910). 

U. 

7826. . . . Map of iron mines at Negaunee, Michigan, including the 
Jackson and the Hematite mines.' Topography by C. D. Lawton, C. E. (In 
Michigan, geological survey. Atlas accompanying reports on upper penin- 
sula, 1869-1873 . . . New York, J. Bien [1874 :i, pi. V). B; M H C; 

S;U. 

7827. Furnaces consuming L. S. Ores. Production of pig iron. Metal- 
lurgical and chernical character of the ores. Jany. 1873. (In Michigan, geo- 
logical survey. Atlas accompanying reports on upper peninsula, 1869-1873 
. . . New York, Julius Bien [1874?], pi. XIII). M H C; S; U. 

7828. . . . Statistics of the iron ore trade and iron mines of the upper 
peninsula, 1854 to 1873. (In Michigan, geological surv^ey. Atlas accompany- 
ing reports on upper peninsula, 1869-1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien 
[1874?], pi. XII). M H C; S; U. 

7829. . . . Map of the Marquette iron region, upper peninsula, Mich., 
1872. (In Michigan, geological survey. Atlas accompanying reports on 
upper peninsula, 1869-1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien [1874?], pi. III). 

B;MHC;S;U. 



MAPS AXD ATLASES 6» 

7830. . . . Map of the Menominee iron region, upper peninsula, Mich., 
1872. (In Michigan, geological survey. Atlas accompanying reports on 
upper peninsula. 1869-187.? . . . Xcw York, Julius Bien [1874 rj, pi. IV). 

MHC;S;U. 

7831. Menominee iron range of Michigan and Wi.sconsin, compiled from 
U. S. Govt, surveys, and other authentic resources. Milwaukee, S. Chapman 
[1881]. L C. 

7832. Method of sinking shafts, Mohawk mine; dip of no. 4 shaft 35° -45'; 
showing bucket in three different positions as it ascends, [n. p., n. d.]. 

B. 

Blue print map. 

7833. . . . Map of the New York mine of Marquette co., Mich. (In 
Michigan, geological sun^ey. Atlas accompanying reports on upper penin- 
sula, 1869-1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien [1874?], pi. X). M H C; 

S; U. 

7834. Map of the mineral district of northern Michigan. Chicago., 
Franklin co. [n. d.]. G. 

Issued by Michigan college of mines, Houghton. 

7835. . . . Map of Lake Superior mine. ^^larquctte co., Mich. (In 
Michigan geological sur\'e\'. Atlas accompanying reports on upper peninsula, 

1869-1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien [1874 :-], pi. IX). B; M H C; 

S;U. 

7836. Map of the mineral region of the south shore of Lake Superior. 
From the U. S. sun-eys of 1845, by J. Houghton, jr. & T. W. Bristol. Buf- 
falo, N. Y., Hall & Mooncy [1845]. (In Burt, William A. and Hubbard, 
Bela. Reports . . . Detroit, C. Willcox, 1846). L C. 

7837. The mineral regions of Lake Superior; mineral agency map at 
Copper Harbor with additions by John R. St. John. New York, lith of G. 
Snyder [n. d.]. (In St. John, John R. A true description of the Lake Superior 
country-; its rivers, coasts, bays, harbors, islands, and commerce [etc.]. New 
York, William H. Graham, tribune buildings, 1846). L C; S. 

7838. Maps of the mineral region of Lake Superior. Published by Weare 

& Little & CO. Albanv. X. Y., J. H. Hall, lith. [1846?]. G; M H C; 

PH. 

7839. A geological map of the mineral region from the official plats of the 
United States sur\''eys and chart of Lake Superior reduced from the survey 
and chart of Lieut. Bx-field of the R. N. bv John Farmer. Detroit, 1847. 

G ; W. 

7840. Geological and topographical map of the mineral district of Lake 
Superior, Michigan; compiled & drawn by Jno C. Booth & E. J. Hulbert, 1855, 
showing accurately the relative position of the copper & iron mines, the selec- 



70 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

tions made by the Sault vSte. Marie canal co., the swamp or state lands & 
individual possessions. Topography reduced from the plats of the U. S. sur- 
veys, geological notes furnished by S. W. Hill, esq. (late U. vS. D. G.). En- 
graved, printed and mounted by J. H. Colton & co. New York, E. Warner 
& E. J. Hulbcrt [1855]. S; U. 

7841. Ibid. 2ded. New York, c 1864. S. 

7842. Map of a portion of the silver range of Lake Superior, Marquette 
county, Michigan. New York, Howe & Terry [1864]. L C. 

7843. Sectional map of the copper, iron and silver region of Lake Superior, 
embracing the counties of Marquette, Houghton, Baraga, Keweenaw, 
Ontonagon, Isle Royale and parts of Delta, Menominee & Schoolcraft. Phila- 
delphia, J. Distumell, 1875. L C. 

7844. . . . Map of Washington and Edwards mines, Humboldt, Mar- 
quette CO., Mich. (In Michigan, geological survey. Atlas accompanying 
reports on upper peninsula,- 1869-1873 . . . New York, Julius Bien [1874?], 
pi. VIII). B;MHC;S. 

7845. Map of the What-Checr mine located on the south half of section 
16, town 51 north, range 37 west. Containing 320 acres. With adjacent 
country to Lake Superior. L. H. Bradford & co's lith. [Boston? 1858?]. 
B. 



H 

Lands 

7846. The Cadillac tract. [Chicago, Rand, McNally and company, 1907 ?]. 
— G. 



7847. Map showing location of the lands belonging to Detroit, Mackinac 
& Marquette R. R. co. in the counties of Schoolcraft, Mackinac and Chippewa 
. . . Detroit, The Calvert lith. co., 1881. G. 

7848. Map showing the Duncan lands on Mackinac Straits & Cheboygan 
River. Michigan. Drawn by P. L. Fox. [ Philadelphia M 85 7?]. B. 

7849. Map of Flint & Pere Marquette railway co's lands in Michigan. 
Chas. Shober & co., props. Chicago, Chicago lithograph co., 1871. B. 

7850. Map of the lands of the Flint and Pere Marquette railway in the 
Saginaw region, Mich. [n. p., n. d.]. B. 

7851. . . . Plat of a survey of land " for mihtary purposes" around Fort 
Brady, Sault St. Marie, Mich., made by 1st Lieut. G. C. Westcott, 2d U. S. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 71 

Inf. under the direction of Bri^'V Gen'l H. Brady, U. S. A., Xovember, 1846. 

[Washington ? 1 846 ?] . B ; U . 

At top of map: Doc. 221, 29 congress, 2 session. 

7852. True copy of "plot of the mihtary reservation at Fort Gratiot, 
Mich., showinj^ that portion deeded to the C. D. & C. G. T. J. R. R. co. 
(within the red hues). Sur\^eyed and drawn under the direction of Capt. 
George G. Meade, T. I-:.. l.>- W. II. Hearding and J. L. Bcghcin, April 1859", 
made in the bureau of engineers, War department, June 28th. 1866. B. 

Manuscript. 

7853. Map of Fort Ponchartrain, and A'icinity showing lands possessed 
near the fort. B. 

"True copy of plan in the Dominion Archives". Undated. 

7854. Map of Gladwin and Clare county lands, Michigan. [Gladwin? 
n. d.j. S. 

7855. Lands of James B. Goodman and others in Delta county, Michigan. 
1890. [n. p.. 1890?]. U. 

7856. Map of the land grant of the Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad 
company. X. Y.. (}. W. & C. B. Colton and co. [1882?]. G. 

7857. Map of the original swamp areas of the lower peninsula of ]\Iichi- 
gan; compiled from John Fanner's map of 1873 . . . [by Alfred C. Lane], 
[n. p.] A. J. Farmer, 1907. G. 

Swamp areas in brown. 

7858. Map of the farm, garden and lawn of the State agricultural college, 
Lansing. Michigan, prepared for the Centennial exhibition by R. C. Car- 
penter, C. E. [1876:-]. S. 

Hand drawn. 

7859. Map of the part of the mineral lands adjacent to Lake Superior, 
ceded to the United States by the treaty of 1842 with the Chippewas. Com- 
prising that district h'ing between Chocolate River and Fond du Lac, under 
the superintendency of Gen. John Stockton, U. S. agency. Projected and 
drawn under the direction of Lieut. Col. George Talcott. by A. B. Gray, as- 
sisted by John Seib. Washington. C. B. Graham, hth. [1845]. B; 

LC;U.' 

Issued by U. S. War dept.,Vorps of engineers. 

7860. Plan of private claims in Michigan territory as surveyed by Aaron 
Greeley. D. surveyor in 1810. [n. p.. 1810). B; L C. 

7861. Private claims at Michilimackinac sur\-eyed in Oct'r & Nov'r 1828 
by John Mullet, D. S. [Washington' 1846']. B. 

At top of map: S. doc. 221, 29th congress, 2d. session. 

7862. Map showing land districts, public lands sold . . . (Michigan). 



72 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

(In U. S. Congress. A collection of maps . . . pub ... by order . . . 
of congress. Washington, 1843, no. 86 B). W. 

7863. Map of the lower peninsula of Michigan showing . . . lands of the 
Saint Mary's Falls ship canal company . . . Detroit [1855?]. W. 

7864. Map of the lands of the St. Mary's Falls ship canal company, in 
. . . Michigan . . . [n. p.] 1863. W. 

7865. Map of the upper peninsula of Michigan showing the location of 
the mineral lands of the Saint Mary's Falls ship canal co. . . . Lith. by 
S. D. Elwood. Detroit [n. d.]. M H C. 

7866. Map of part of the state of Michigan showing the pine lands of the 
St. Mary's Falls ship canal company. Land office, Detroit, Mich. L. H. 
Bradford & co's lith. Boston [n. d.]. S; U. 

7867. Upper peninsula of Michigan showing state lands. Grand Rapids, 
Mich., John F. Nellist, 1908. G. 

7868. Map of the states of Missouri, Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin, the 
territory of Minnesota and the mineral lands of Lake Superior. Compiled 

by I. S. Drake. Philadelphia, Thomas, Cowperthwait & co., 1849. 

LC. 

7869. The Lake Superior ship canal, railway and iron co. 450,000 acres 
of land in the upper peninsula for sale or lease . . . New York, Julius Bien, 
photo-Hth [n. d.]. U. 

7870. Plat of A. B. Woodward's property on the turnpike, [n. p., n. d.]. 
B. 



I 

Islands 

7871. . . . Beaver Island group including north shore of Lake Michigan 
from Waugoshance Point to Seul Choix Point, prepared and first issued under 
the. direction of Lieut. Colonel C. S. Riche . . . in 1911; second edition re- 
vised and published under the direction of Major HaiTy Burgess ... in 
1916. [Washington, 1917?]. S. 

At bottom of map: Issued January 19, 1917. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7872. Map of the south west end of Drummond Island, showing British 
occupation 1815-1828. (In Cook, Samuel F. Drummond Island. Lansing, 
Mich., 1896). L C. 

7873. . . . Chart of Grand Island and its approaches. Lake Superior; 



MAPS AND ATLASES 73 

projected from a trigonometrical surv'cy executed under the direction of 
Captain G. G. Meade ... in 1859 and Colonel G. J. Lydccker ... in 
1906. Additions and corrections under the direction of Major Charles Keller 
. . . in 1908 and Colonel J. C.Sanford . . . in 1914. [WashinK^on, 1914?]. 

S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7874. Map of Isle Royalc, Lake Superior, Michigan, showing some of its 
geological and vein phenomena. B\- vS. W. Hill. New York, John J. Bloom- 
field, 1871. S. 

7875. . . . Les Cheneaux Islands and northeasterly approaches to 
Straits of Mackinac from Beaver Tail Reef to St. Martin Bay including 
Mackinac and Round Islands and northerly shore of Bois Blanc Islands. 
Prepared and first issued under the direction of Lieut. Colonel J. L. Lusk 
and Colonel G. J. Lydecker ... in 1906-07. Third edition revised and 
published under the direction of Major Harry Burgess ... in 1916. 
[Washington, 1916?]. S'. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7876. Les Cheneaux Islands. Published b}^ the Arnold transit co. 
Mackinac Island, Mich. [n. d.j. B. 

7877. Map of the island of Mackinac. Philadelphia, J. Distumell, cl875. 
(Accompanies Digtumell, J. Island of Mackinac, giving a description of all 
the objects of interest and places of resort in the Straits of Mackinac and its 
vicinity including Old Mackinaw, Point St. Ignace, Cheboygan, etc. . . . 
With a map and embellishments. Compiled by J. Distumell . . . Phila- 
delphia, 1857. B; LC. 



Lakes and Bays 

7878. West end of Lake Erie and Detroit River. From surveys under 

the orders of Lieut. Col. James Keamev, 1849. [Washington, 1852]. 

LC. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake sur\-ey. 

7879. A map of the five great lakes with part of Pensilvania, New York, 
Canada and Hudsons Bay territories, &c. [n. p., 1755?]. G. 

7880. State boundary lines in the great lakes, U. S. Engineer office. 
Cleveland, Ohio. December 30, 1911. U. 

Blue print map. 

7881. North end of Green Bav, the island at the entrance and the X. W, 



74 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

shore of Lake Michigan. Projected from trigonometrical surveys, executed 
under the orders of J. D. Graham in 1863 and Col. W. F. Raynolds in 1864. 

[Washington, 1866]. L C. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7882. South end of Green Bay, the islands of the entrance thereof and 
part of west shore of Lake Michigan. Projected from trigonometrical surveys 
executed under the orders of Col. J. D. Graham in 1863 and Col. W. F. Ray- 
nolds in 1864. [Washington, 1866]. L C. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake sur\'ey. 

7883. , . . Coast chart no. 1 north end of Green Bay including northwest 
shores of Lake Michigan from Seul Choix Pt. to Porte des Morts Passage, 
prepared under the direction of Major Charles Keller ... in 1909-1910 and 
Major C. S. Riche ... in 1910. [Washington] 1910. • S. 

Issued by U. £5. War dept., corps of engineers, lake sur\'ey. 

7884. . . . Entrance to Green Bay, Lake Michigan, from Poverty 
Island Passage to Porte des Morts Passage including Drisco vShoal prepared 
under the direction of Major Charles Keller ... in 1907-1908. Additions 
and corrections tnider the direction of Colonel J. C. Sanford ... in 1914. 
[Washington] 1914. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7885. . . . Huron Bay and Huron Island, Lake Superior. Projected 
from a trigonometrical survey made in 1866 and published in 1867 under the 
direction of Gen. W. F. Raynolds. [Washington, 1869]. L C. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7886. . . . Huron Bay and Huron Islands, Lake Superior, projected 

from a trigonometrical survey executed under the direction of Lieut CoL W. 

J. Raynolds ... in 1866. Additions and corrections under the direction 

of Major J. L. Lusk ... in 1906 and Colonel J. C. Sanford ... in 

1914. [Washington] 1915. S. 

At bottom of map: Issued January 30, 1915. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7887. . . . South end of Lake Huron and head of the St. Clair River. 
Projected from a trigonometrical survey, executed under the order of Capt. 
Geo. G. Meade . . . in 1859. [Washington, 1861]. LC;U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7888. General chart of Lake Huron. Projected from trigonometrical 
surveys under the orders of Capt. G. G. Meade and from other reliable in- 
formation, 1860. Electrotype no. 1. [Washington, I860]. L C. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake sur\'ey. 

7889. Ibid. Aids to navigation corrected to March 2, 1888. [Washing- 
ton, 1888.^]. U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake surve3^ 



MAPS AND ATLASES 75 

7890. . . . Coast chart no. 2 Lake Huron from Richmond\nllc to Au 
Sable Point includinji: Saj^inaw Ba>- projected from a trigonometrical sun'e>' 
executed under the direction of Captain J. N. Macomb ... in 1856 and 
Captain G. G. Meade ... in 1857-58. Chart revision, additions and 
corrections ... in 1912. [Washington, 1912]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7891. . . . General chart of Lake Huron including Georgian Ba>' and 
North Channel compiled under the direction of Major W. L. Fisk, corj^s of 
engineers, U.S. Army, in 1902-3 from U. S. lake surveys made between the 
years 1851 and 1902; the Canadian shore from British Admiralty charts and 
official Canadian sources . . . [Washington] 1914. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7892. . . . Coast chart no. 3 (new) Lake Huron, Tawas Harbor to 
Rogers, Mich., prepared under the direction of Colonel J. C. Sanford . . . 
in 1913-1914. Engraved by J. Hartenstein & John Stolz. [Washington, 
1914]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7893. . . . Coast chart no. 1; south end of Lake Huron from Harbor 
Beach, .Mich, and Port Albert, Ont., to head of St. Clair River, prepared and 
first issued under the direction of Major Charles Keller ... in 1909. 
Third edition revised under the direction of Colonel Mason M. Patrick . . . 
and issued under the direction of Major Harry Burgess ... in 1916. 
[Washington, 1916]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7894. . . . Keweenaw Bay including L'Anse and Portage Entry, Lake 
Superior, projected from trigonometrical surveys executed under the direc- 
tion of Colonel J. D. Graham ... in 1863 and Lieut. Col. W. F. Ra\Tiolds 
... in 1864-65. Additional sur\-eys made ... in 1905 ... in 1906 
. . . in 1910. Published in 1911. [Washington, 1911]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7895. . . . Chart of Little Bay de Noc and approaches under the direc- 
tion of Major W. L. Fisk ... in 1904-05. Additions and corrections under 
the direction of Major C. S. Riche ... in 1910. (Washington, 1910]. 

S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7896. Chart of Marquette Bav, bv T. S. Thompson, 1861. [n. p., 1861]. 

L C. 



7897. . . . Chart of Maumee Bay and Maumce River, including City of 
Toledo, Ohio. Prepared under the direction of Major W. L. Fisk ... in 
1901. [Washington, 1901]. U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 



76 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7898. North end of Lake Michigan including the Beaver Island group. 
From trigonometrical surveys under the orders of Capt. J. N. Macomb in 
1854 & 1855. [Washington, 1857].  L C. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7899. North east end of Lake Michigan including Grand and Little 
Traverse bays and the Fox and Alanitou islands. Projected from trigono- 
metrical surve^^s under the orders of Capt. Geo. G. Meade in 1861 and Lt. Col. 
J. D. Graham hi 1862 & 1863. [Washington, 1863]. L C. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7900. North end of Lake Michigan including Green Bay and the Straits 
of Mackinac. Projected from a trigonometrical survey under the orders of 
Capt. J. N. Macomb in 1851, 52, 53, 54 and 55; of Capt. G. G. Meade in 
1860 & 61, of Col. J. D. Graham in 1862 & 63; and Col. W. F. Raynolds in 
1864, 65 & 66. [Washington, 1867]. L C. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7901. North American lakes. Lake Michigan. From the United States 
government surveys to 1876. London, Admiralty, 1878. L C. 

Great Britain, Admiralty, hydrographic office, charts, 301. 

7902. . . . Coast chart no. 6 (new); Lake Michigan, South Haven to 
Benona, Mich., prepared under the direction of Lieut. Colonel C. S. Riche 
... in 1911 and 1912. [Washington] 1912. — S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7903. . . . North end of Lake Michigan including Green Bay compiled 
under the direction of Colonel G. J. Lydecker ... in 1907 and Major 
Charles Keller ... in 1907-8 from U. S. lake surveys made between the 
years 1851 and 1907. Additions and corrections under the direction of Lieut. 
Col. C. S. Riche ... in 1911 and 1912. [Washington] 1912. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7904. .■ . . Coast chart no. 5 (new); Lake Michigan, Waukegon, III. to 
South Haven, Mich, prepared under the direction of Lieut. Colonel C. S. 
Riche ... & Lieut. Col. Mason M. Patrick . . . in 1912, and Lieut. Col. 
J. C. Sanford ... in 1912-1913. Engraved by J. Hartenstein, P. A. Staffin 
& G. F. Penner. [Washington] 1913. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7905. . . . General chart of Lake Michigan compiled under the direc- 
tion of Lieut. Colonel G. J. Lydecker ... in 1897-1898 from sectional 
lake survey charts and local surveys made under officers of the corps of engi- 
neers, U. S. Army. Revised from results of surveys by the U. S. Lake survey 
and U. S. Engineer offices and published under the direction of Colonel J. C. 
Sanford ... in 1915. [Washington] 1915. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 77 

7906. . . . Chait of inland route of navigation, Michij^^in, from Che- 
boy<;an to Little Traverse Bay including Petoskey and Harbor Springs pre- 
pared under the direction of Colonel J. C. Sanford ... in 1914-1915. 
[Washington] 1915. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dt]>t., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7907. . . . Manitou Passage, Lake Michigan, prepared from U. S. 
surveys and first issued under the direction of Major W. L. Fisk ... in 
1902. Revised from results of surveys by the U. S. Lake survey ofitice and 
pul^lished under the direction of Lieut. Colonel Mason M. Patrick ... in 
1915. [Washington, 1916?]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7908. Coast chart no. 8; Lake Michigan, Frankfort to Charlevoix, Mich, 
including Manitou and Fox islands. Prepared and fir.st issued under the 
direction of Lieut. Colonel C. S. Riche ... in 1912. 2d ed. Revised and 
published under the direction of Major Harry Burgess . . . in 1916. [Wash- 
ington, 1916J. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7909. Map of Muskegon Lake, made from actual survey on the ice in 
18S4, by Abbott and Gamble, civil engineers. Chicago, cl884. G. 

7910. . . . Pine Lake including Charlevoix Harbor, Mich. Prepared 
from surveys by the V. S. Lake Sur\'e>- and first issued under the direction of 
Major Charles Keller ... in 1907-1908. Revised from results of surveys 
by the U. S. Lake sur\'ey and U. S. Engineer office, Grand Rapids, Mich, and 
published under the direction of Lieut. Colonel Mason M. Patrick ... in 
1915. [Wa.shington, 1915]. S. 

7911. . . . Portage Lake and River with part of Keweenaw Bay. Pro- 
jected from a trigonometrical sur\'ey under the orders of Col. J. D. Graham 
. . . in 1863. and of Col. W. F. Raynolds ... in 1864. PubHshed in 
1865. [Washington, 1865?]. L C; U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake sur\'ey. 

7912. . . . Portage Lake, Manistee co., Lake Michigan. Prepared 
under the direction of Colonel G.J. Lydecker ... in 1905-1906 and Lieut. 
Colonel J. L. Lusk ... in 1906. Additions and corrections under the direc- 
tion of Colonel J. C. Sanford ... in 1914. [Washington, 1914]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7913. . . . Saginaw Bay and [)art of Lake Huron. Projected from a 
trigonometrical sur\ey ... in 1856 and ... in 1857 & 1858. Published 
in 1860. [Washington, I860]. L C; U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7914. . . . Chart of Lake Saint Clair. Projected from trigonometrical 
sur\^eys executed under the direction of Lt. Col. W. F. Raynolds, corps of 
engineers & br\-t. brig. genl. U. S. A. in 1867 & 1868 and Major C. B. Com- 



78 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

stock, corps of engineers & brvt. brig, gen'l, U. S. A. in 1870 8c 1871. Drawn 
in 1873 and 1874. Additions and corrections under the direction of Major 
W. L. Fisk, corps, of engineers, U. S. Army in 1902. [Washington, 1902?]. 

U. 

7915. Bayfield's North America, sheet IV: Lake Superior. Reduced 
from the adiniralty survey, published by the vSociety for the diffusion of use- 
ful knowledge . . . New York, lit h of G. Snyder [n. d.]. (In St. John, John 
R. A true description of the Lake Superior country; its rivers, coasts, bays, 
harbors, islands, and commerce with Bayfield's chart; [etc.]. New York, 
William H. Graham, tribune buildings, 1846). L C; S. 

7916. Lac Svperievr et avtres lievx ou sont Ics missions des peres de la 

Compagnie de lesvs comprises sovs le mon d'Ovtaovacs. [anon. facs.]. New 

York, Ackerman's lith. [1849]. L C. 

Facsimile of a map made by the Jesuit missionaries in the years 1670 & 1671 and pub- 
lished at Paris, 1672. (House of reps., ex. doc., 30th cong., no. 69). 

7917. Plan of the north shore of Lake Superior. Compiled from Bay- 
field's chart. Toronto, Maclear & co., 1858.  L C. 

Issued by Canada, crown lands department. 

7918. Sailing chart of south shore of Lake Superior. Reduced from sur- 
veys by T. vS. Thompson, [n. p., 1861]. L C. 

7919. Farmer's map of Lake Superior and the mining regions, showing 
geological fonnations, mines, [etc.]. Detroit, S. Farmer & co., 1867. 

LC. 

7920. Farmer's map of Lake Superior and the mining regions showing 
geological formations, mines, mining lands, lakes, marshes, hills, roads, rail- 
roads, towns and villages with historical and scientific descriptions concern- 
ing the development of the mines and minerals. Published by Silas Farmer 
& CO. . . . Detroit, Michigan, 1872. L C; S. 

7921. Colton's Lake Superior and the upper peninsula of Michigan. New 
York, G. W. & C. B. Colton & co., 1876. L C. 

7922. . . . Lake Superior chart no. 2. Projected from a trigonometrical 
survey under the superintendence of Brvt. Brig. Gen'l. W. F. Raynolds . . . 
in 1864, 65, 66, 67, 68 and 69 and from local surveys ... in 1855 ... in 
1859 ... in 1863 ... in 1869 and 1900. Additions and corrections 
under the direction of Lt. Col. G. J. Lydecker, corps of engrs. in 1900. [Wash- 
ington, 1900?]. U. 

7923. . . . Chart of Lake Superior. Compiled imder the direction of 
Colonel O. M. Poe, corps of engineers . . . from U. S. surveys made be- 
tween the years 1855 and 1895, the Canadian shore from British Admiralty 
charts and others sources. With additions to date under the direction of 



MAPS AND ATLASES 79 

Lieut. Col. G. J. Lydeckcr ... in 1898 and Major W. L. Fisk ... in 
1901. [Washington. 1901]. U. 

7924. . . . Coast chart no. 3, Lake Superior, from Grand Portal to Big 
Bay Point, Mich., including Manitou Island and Standard Rock. Prepared 
under the direction'of Major Charles Keller, corps of engineers, U. S. Army, in 
1909-1910 and Major C. S. Riche, corps of engineers, U. S. Anny, in March 
Sc April. 1910. [Wa.'^hington, 1910]. S. 

7925. . . . General chart of Lake Superior compiled under the direction 
of Colonel O. M. Poe, corps of engineers, bvt. brig. gen. U. S. Army, from L^. S. 
lake surveys made between the years 1855 and 1895. Chart revision. Addi- 
tions and corrections . . . 1911. [Washington, 1911]. S. 

7926. . . . Coast chart no. 1 ; east end of Lake Superior from Cape Gar- 
gantua, Ont. to mouth of Big Two Hearted River, Mich, including Whitcfish 
Bay and head of St. ]\Iary's River. Prepared under the direction of Major W. 
L. Fisk. corps of engineers, U. S. Anny, in 1903-4. Additions and corrections 
under the direction of Lieut. Col. C. S. Riche, corps of engineers, U. S. Army 
and Lieut. Col. ^Lison M. Patrick, corps of engineers, U. S. Army, in 1912. 
[Wa.shington. 1912]. S. 

7927. . . . Coast chart no. 8; Lake Superior from Grand Portage Bay, 
Minn, to Lamb Island, Ont. including Isle Royal, Michigan. Prepared from 
trigonometrical sur^•eys executed under the direction of Lieut. Col. W. F. 
Raynolds ... in 1867. 1868 & 1869 and Major C. B. Comstock ... in 
1870 and 1871. Chart revision. Additions and corrections . . . in 1912- 
1913. [Washington. 1913?]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dcpt., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7928. . . . Coast chart no. 4; Lake Superior, from Big Pay Point to 
Ontonagon, Mich, including the Keweenaw Peninsula. Prepared under the 
direction of Lieut. Colonel [. L. Lu.sk, corjDS of engineers, U. S. Amiy, in 
1906 and Colonel G. J. Lydeckcr, corps of engineers, U. S. Army in 1906-1907. 
Additions and corrections under the direction of Colonel J. C. Sanford, corps 
of engineers, U. S. Army, in 1914. [Wa.shington, 1914J. S. 

7929. . Coast chart no. 6; west end of Lake Superior from Little Girl 
Point, Mich, to Beaver Bay, Minn., including the Apostle Islands. Com- 
piled under the direction of Colonel G. J. Lydeckcr ... in 1905-1906 and 
Lieut. Colonel J. L. Lusk ... in 1906. Revised from results of surveys by 
the U. S. Lake survey and U. S. Engineer offices and published under the di- 
rection of Lieut. Colonel Mason M. Patrick . . . in 1915. Engraved by 
A. J. C. Heman, P. A. Staffin & John Stolz. [Washington, 1915J. S. 

7930. . . . Coast chart no. 5 ; Lake Superior, from Ontonagon to Oronto 
Bay and Outer Island. Prepared under the direction of Colonel Mason M. 
Patrick . . . in 1915-16 from U.S. lake surveys made between the years 



80 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

1868 and 1905. First issued under the direction of Major Harry Burgess 
... in 1916. Engraved by G. F. Penner. [Washington, 1916]. S. 

7931. . . . Thunder Bay, Lake Huron. Projected from a trigono- 
metrical survey executed under the orders of Captain Geo. G. Meade . . . 
in 1858. Aids to navigation corrected to January 1, 1880. [Washington, 
1880?]. U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7932. . . . Thunder Bay, Lake Huron, Morris Bay to Black River, 
Michigan, prepared under the direction of Lieut. Col. Mason M. Patrick 
... in 1912 and Lieut. Col. J. C. Sanford ... in 1912-1913. Engraved 
by P. A. Staffin, John Stolz & E. E. Bissing. [Washington] 1913. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7933. . . . Keweenaw waterway, Mich, including Torch Lake and 
canal, Lake Superior, prepared and first issued under the direction of Major 
W. L. Fisk ... in 1905. Fourth edition (in colors) revised and published 
under the direction of Lieut. Colonel Harry Burgess . . . in 1917. [Wash- 
ington, 1917]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 



K 

Harbors 

7934. . . . Preliminary chart of Agate Harbor, Lake Supsrior. Sur- 
ireyed and drawn under the direction of Capt. J. N. Macomb, T. E., by 
Lieut. W. F. Raynolds, T. E. . . .in 1855. Published under the super- 
vision of Capt. G. G. Meade, T. E. 1858. [Washington, 1858?]. U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7935. . . . Agate Harbor, Mich., Lake Superior, surveyed and drawn 
under the direction of Captain J. N. Macomb ... in 1855, by Lieutenant 
W. F. Raynolds and others. Published under the direction of Captain G. G. 
Meade . ' . .in 1858. Additions and corrections under the direction of 
Major W. L. Fisk ... in 1904. Engraved by W. H. Dougal. [Washing- 
ton, 1904]. G. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7936. Copper Harbor, Manitou Island & Point Kewaiwona, by T. S. 
Thompson, [n. p., 1861]. L C. 

7937. . . . Preliminary chart of Copper Harbor. Surveyed by Assistant 



MAPS AND ATLASES 81 

Henry Gillman. 1864. Reduction for cnc;jravinj^ by Assistant Joshua Barney, 

1S65. [Washington. 1865?]. U. 

Issued by U. S. War dcpt., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7938. . . . Preliminary chart of Eagle Harbor, Lake Superior, from sur- 
veys under the direction of the topographical bureau of the War department 
. " . 1850. [Washington, 1850.^]. ^ U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7939. . . . Preliminary chart of Eagle Harbor, Lake Superior. Sur- 
veyed and dra\m under the direction of Capt. J. N. Macomb, by Lieut. W. F. 
Rej-nolds [Rax-nolds?] 1855. AVashington, 1858. L C. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake sur\-ey. 

7940. Chart of Eagle Harbor. Reduced from U. S. Lake survey, by T. S- 
Thompson. 1861. [n. p., 1861]. L C. 

7941. . . . Eagle Harbor, Mich., Lake Superior, surveyed under the 
direction of Captain J. X. Macomb ... in 1855 and Colonel G. J. Lv- 
decker . . . in 1906. [Washington] 1907. G; S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7942. . . . Harbor at Grand Haven, Mich., including Spring Lake and 
Lower Grand River jjrcpared under the direction of Major Charles Keller 
... in 1907. Additions and corrections under the direction of Lieut. Col. J. 
C. Sanford ... in 1913-1914. [Washington, 1914]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7943. . . . Holland Harbor and Black Lake including city of Holland, 
Michigan, prepared under the direction of Major Charles Keller ... in 
1908. Additions and corrections under the direction of Lieut. Col. Mason 
M. Patrick . . . in 1912. [Washington, 1912]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7944. Manistee Harbor, Michigan, prepared under the direction of 
Major W. L. Fisk ... in 1904. Additions and corrections under the direc- 
tion of Major C. S. Riche . . . in 1910-1911. [Washington, 1911]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake surve\'. 

7945. . . . Manistique Harbor, Michigan, surveyed in 1915 and first 
issued under the direction of Colonel Mason M. Patrick ... in 1916. 
[Washington, 1916?]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., coqis of engineers, lake survev. 

7946. . . . Preliminary chart of Marquette Harbor, Lake Superior. 
From sur\-eys under the direction of the Bureau of topographical engineers 
of the War department . . . 1859. [Washington, 1859.']. U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7947. . . . Chart of Marquette and Presque Isle harbors, Michigan. 
Prepared under the direction of and from sun^eys in 1914 by Colonel J. C. 

11 



82 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

Sanford . . . Published under the direction of Lieut. Colonel Mason M. 

Patrick ... in 1915. [Washington, 1915?]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7948. . . . Chart of Menominee Harbor, Green Bay, including the 
cities of Marinette, Wis. and Menominee, Mich. Prepared under the direc- 
tion of Lieut. Colonel J. L. Lusk . . . and Colonel G. J. Ly decker . . . 
in 1906. Additions and corrections under the direction of Major C. S. Riche 
... in 1910. [Washington, 1910?]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7949. .' . . Munising Harbor, Lake vSuperior, prepared under the direc- 
tion of Major Charles Keller ... in 1907. Additions and corrections 
under the direction of .Lieut. Col. J. C. Sanford ... in 1912. Engraved 
by G. F. Penner. [Washington, 1913?]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7950. . . . Muskegon Harbor, Lake Michigan, including Muskegon 
Lake. Prepared under the direction of Major W. L. Fisk ... in 1901. 
Additions and corrections under the direction of Lieut. Col. C. S. Riche 
. . . in 1911. [Washington, 1912?]. : S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7951. Preliminary chart of Ontanagon Harbor. Surveyed and drawn 
under the direction of Capt. J. N. Macomb, by Lieut. W. F. Raynolds. Re- 
duced for publication under the direction of Capt. G. G. Meade. 1859. 
[Washington, 1859]. L C; U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7952. Sketch of Ontonagan Harbor, 1861. By.T. S. Thompson, [n. p., 
1861]. L C. 

7953. Port Kalamazoo, state of Michigan, surveyed and drawn by L. 
Judson. New York, N. Currier's lith. [n. d.]. G. 

7954. Harbors of refuge. Presq'ile, False Presq'ile, and Middle Island, 
Lake Huron. Projected from a trigonometrical survey executed under the 
orders of Capt. Geo. G. Meade, 1858. [Washington, I860]. L C. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7955. Ibid. Aids to navigation corrected to January 1, 1880. [Wash- 
ington, 1880?]. U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7956. Ibid. Prepared under the direction of Major W. L. Fisk ... in 
1904-1905, additions and corrections under the direction of Major C. S. Riche 
... in 1910. [Washington, 1910?]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7957. ... St. Joseph and Benton Harbor, Michigan, prepared under 



MAPS AND ATLASES 83 

the direction of Major Charles Keller ... in 190S-1909. [Washinj^ton, 

1909.']. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dcpt., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7958. . . . Preliminary chart of Tawas Harbor. (Harbor of refuge, 
Lake Huron). Surveyed under the direction of Captain J. N. Macomb . . . 
1856. [Washington. 1857]. LC;U. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 



Rivers, Straits and Canals 

7959. Map of Au Sable River; traced by E. F. Hyde, revised by R. E. 
Andrews. Detroit, Mich., Robt. E. Andrews, water office [1901?]. G. 

Blue print map. 

7960. Plat of Clinton River between the mill dam of the old yellow mill 
and the mill dam of D. Paddack in the village of Pontiac. Surveyed Augt. 
28, 1S49. I. R. Grout, [n. p., 1849?]. ^B. 

7961. Map of Detroit River and adjacent country, from an original 
drawing by a British engineer. (In Melish, John. A military' and topographi- 
cal atlas of the United States, including the British possession & Florida . . . 
Philadelphia. G. Palmer, 1813, no. 7). L C. 

Also issued as a separate. B. 

7962. A survey of the River Detroit, from Lake Erie to Lake St. Clair. 
By Capt. W. F. W. Owen & assistants, in 1815. Published according to act 
of parliament . . . 12th April. 1828. London [1828]. B. 

7963. Map of the straits of Detroit. Sur\'eyed, projected and drawn by 
lieutenants J. N. Macomb and W. H. Warner, U. S. Corps of top'l eng'rs. 
1840 '41 '42. Sheet no. 1. Washington [n. d.]. B. 

7964. . . . Chart of the Detroit River, projected from a trigonometrical 
sur\-ey executed under the orders of Major C. B. Comstock, corps of engineers, 
brevet brigadier general, U. S. A., in 1873. Additions and corrections under 
the direction of Major \Y. L. Fisk, corps of engineers, U. S. Army -in 1901. 
{Wa.shington. 1901]. U. 

7965. . . . Chart of Detroit River, projected from a trigonometrical 
sur\^ey under the direction of Major C. B. Comstock, corps of engineers . . . 
in 1873. Additions and corrections under the direction of Major W. L. Fisk 
... in 1902-1904. Colonel G. J. Lydecker ... in 1905-1906. [Washing- 
ton] 1906. B. 



84 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

7966. . . . Lime Kiln crossing, Detroit River, showing recent changes in 
available channels and positions of aids to navigation, May, 1907. Prepared 
under the direction of Major Charles Keller, corps of engineers, U. S. Army, 
from information furnished by Col. Chas. E. L. B. Davis. [Washington, 
1907?]. B. 

7967. Lower Detroit River showing available channel and positions of 
aids to navigation at opening of season of 1907. Prepared under the direction 
of Colonel G. L. Lydecker, corps of engineers, U. S. Army. From infonna- 
tion furnished by Colonel Chas. E. L. B. Davis. [Washington, 1907?]. 

B. " 

7968. . . . Chart of Detroit River prepared and first issued under the 
direction of Major C. B. Comstock . . . in 1876. Tenth edition (in colors) 
revised and published under the direction of Harry Burgess . . . in 1917. 
[Washington, 1917]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7969. . . . Preliminary chart of Eagle River, Lake Superior. Surveyed 
and drawn under the direction of Capt. J. N. Macomb, T. E. by Lieut. W. F. 
Raynolds, T. E. . . .in 1855. Published under the supervision of Capt. G. 
G. Meade, T. E., 1859. [Washington, 1859]. L C; U. 

Issued by U. vS. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7970. Chart of Eagle River. By T. S. Thompson, [n. p., 1861]. L C. 

7971. Survey of the mouth of Galien River, Michigan. Surveyed by 
Lieuts. J. M. Berrien and E. Rose. Drawn by Lieut. Berrien, [n. p.] 1835. 

B. 

7972. River and flood service along the Grand River of Michigan; com- 
piled by C. F. Schneider . . . drawn by J. F. Nellist, State geological sur- 
vey, 1904. [n. p.] 1904. G. 

Blue print map, by U. S. Weather bureau. 

7973. Map of the mouth of Grand River, [n. p., n. d.]. B. 

Manuscript. Undated. 

7974. A sketch of the confluance or streigts between the lakes Huron 
and Michigan, &c. (In Hulbert, Archer Butler. The crown collection of 
photographs of American maps, selected and ed. by Archer Butler Hulbert 
. . . Cleveland, the A. H. Clarke company, 1904-1908, series IH, plates 
no. 5 and 6). S. 

7975. Straits of Mackinac with the approaches thereto from lakes Huron 
and Michigan and the entrance by the Detour Passage to the St. Mary's 
River. From trigonometrical surveys under the orders of Lieut. Col. James 
Kearney in 1849 and of Capt. J. N. Macomb in 1851, 1852, 1853 & 1854. 
[Washington, 1856]. L C. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 85 

7976. Ibid. Additions and corrections under the direction of Lt. Col. G. 
J. Lydecker, corps of engineers, U. S. Arm>- in 1900 and Major \V. L. Fisk, 
corps of cn^'inecrs, U. S. Anr.y in 1902. [Washington, 1902?]. U. 

7977. . . . Straits of Mackinac from Prcsque Isle, Lake Huron to Charle- 
voix, Lake Michii^jan, ])repared under the direction of Major Charles Keller 
. . . in 1909-1910, Lieut. Colonel C. S. Riche . . . in 1910-1911. [Wash- 
ington, 19111. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dcpt., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7978. . . . Portage River, Mich., Lake Superior, vicinity of Princess 
Point. Showing recent changes of range lights and amended sailing courses. 
Prepared under the direction of Col. G. J. Lydecker, corps of engineers, U. S. 
Army, Oct. 1905. [Washington, 1905?]. U. 

7979. Preliminary chart, lower reach of Saginaw River and bar in front, 
[Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron]. Surveyed under the direction of Capt. J. N. 
Macomb. 1856. [Washington, 1869]. L C. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7980. Ibid. Additions and correction to June 1st, 1893. [Washington, 
1893.^]. U. 

Issued by U. S. War dipt., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7981. . . . Mouth of Saginaw River including Bay City, Michigan. 
Prepared under the direction of Major Charles Keller, cor]:)S of engineers, 
U. S. Army, in 1908. [Washington, 1908]. G; S. 

7982. River and flood ser\'ice along the Saginaw River of Michigan; 
compiled by C. F. Schneider . . . Grand Rapids. Mich., J. F. NelHst, 
1911. -' G. 

Blue print, by U. S. Weather bureau. 

7983. . . . Map of the delta of the St. Clair. Surveyed, projected and 

drawn by Lieutenants J. X. Macomb and W. H. Wamer under the direction 

of Captain W. G. Williams, U. S. Corps of top'l eng'rs. 1842. W. T. Stone, 

sc. [Washington, 1842]. B. 

Ibid. (In U. S. Congress. A collection of maps, [etc.]. Published by order of congress. 
Washington, 1843, no. 106). L C. 

7984. Chart of Saint Clair River. Projected from trigonometrical sur- 
veys executed under the orders of Lt. Col. W. F. Raynolds, corj^s of engineers 
in 1867, and drawn under the direction of Major C. B. Comstock, corps of 
engineers in 1871 &- 1872. [Washington? 1872?]. B. 

7985. . . . Saint Clair River, including foot of Lake Huron and St. Clair 
fiats canal. Prepared under the direction of Major W. L. Fisk, corps of 
engineers, U. S. Army, from surveys made under officers of the corps of engi- 
neers, U. S. Army, 1867-1903. [Washington] 1903. B. 

7986. Plan of the straits of St. Mary and Michilmakinac to shew the 



86 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

situation & importance of the two westernmost settlements of Canada for the 
fur trade, [n. p., 175-?]. B; G; L C; M H C; S. 

7987. Map of the canal of the Sault Ste. Marie. From a survey by Cap- 
tain Canfield and Judge Burt. John Holcroft, assistant, Drawn by John 
Holcroft. 1852. Lith. and printing by R. Burger and C. Beaubien. Detroit 
[n. d.]. U. ". 

7988. [Map of] the vSaint Mary's Falls ship canal, constructed in 1853-4. 
S. D. Elwood, lithographer. Detroit [1854?]. B. 

7989. . . . Sketch of the navigation through East Mebish Rapids, River 
St. Mary . . . 1853. Reduced for engraving. Washington, 1854. U. 

7990. Map of the vSt. Mary's River from Lake Superior to Lake Huron. 
Compiled from the U. S. government surveys by Lieut. A. L. Magilton, 
U. S. A. 1855. Engraved and printed by J. H. "Colton & co. New York [1855]. 

U. 

7991. Chart no. 1 of River Ste. Marie from Point Iroquois to East Neebish. 
Surveyed under the direction of Captain J. N. Macomb ... in 1853, 1854 
& 1855 with additions to date under the orders of Captain G. G. Meade, top'l 
engrs. 1857. [Washington, 1857?]. U. 

7992. Chart no. 2 of River Ste. Marie including the part from the entrance 
of Ned Lake to the East Neebish. Surveyed under the direction of Captain 
J. N. Macomb ... in 1853 & 1854. Reduction for engraving under the 
direction of Captain G. G. Meade ... in 1858. [Washington. 1858?]. 

U. 

7993. . . . Chart no. 2 St. Mary's River, Twin Islands to Sault Ste. 
Marie; projected from trigonometrical survey executed under the direction 
of Colonel O. M. Poe . . . in 1893-5 and Lieut. Col. G. L. Lydecker . . . 
in 1895-6. Chart revision; additions and corrections ... in 1913-1914 
[Washington] 1914. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7994. . . . Chart no. 1 of St. Mary's River from Lake Huron to Twin 
Islands; prepared from surveys under the direction of Colonel O. M. Poe, and 
Colonel G. J. Lydecker ... in 1894-1899 and first issued 1899. Sixth 
edition (in colors) issued under the direction of Lieut. Colonel Mason M. 
Patrick ... in 1915. [Washington, 1915]. S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

7995. . . . Chart no. 3 St. Mary's River, head of Hay Lake to White- 
fish Bay. Projected from trigonometrical surveys executed under the direc- 
tion of Colonel O. M. Poe . . . in 1893-1895, 2nd Lieut. J. B. Cavenaugh 
... in 1895-6 and Lieut. Col. G. L. Lydecker ... in 1895-6. Chart 
revision, additions and corrections ... in 1914. [Washington] 1915. 

S. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 87 



M 

• Railroads and Roads 

7996. Automobile road map of southeastern Michigan. PubHshcd by 
Silas Farmer & company . . . Detroit, cl905. S. 

Copyright 1905 by A. J. Farmer. 

7997. Automobile road atlas of southern Michigan with information con- 
cerning good roads and how to get to them, automobile associations and clubs,' 
index of places with garage and hotel. [Detroit] Silas Farmer & co. [1908?']. 
B. 

Contents. — 1. Detroit and northwest. — 2. Detroit and northeast. — 3. Detroit and 
southwest. — 4. Port Huron and northwest. — 5. Bad Axe and Thumb. — 6. Saginaw and 
southeast. — 7. Saginaw and southwest. — 8. Saginaw and northeast. — 9. Saginaw and 
northwest. — 10. Lansing and northw^est. — 11. Lansing and southeast. — 12. Lansing 
and southwest. — 13. Jackson and southeast. — 14. Jackson and southwest. — 15. Kala- 
mazoo and southeast. — 16. Kalamazoo and southwest. — 17. Grand Rapids and south- 
east. — 18. Grand Rapids and west. — 20. Grand Rapids and east. — 21. Niles and west. — 
22. Chicago and east. 

7998. Map of the Detroit railway lines. Lithographed and published by 
the Calvert lith. & eng. co. Detroit cl895. U. 

7999. Street car map of the Detroit united railway. Published by J. W. 
Brenkcrt & co. Detroit, cl903. B. 

8000. Macauley bros'. road map. Giving all the favorite runs out of 
Detroit. [Detroit.- 1908.']. B. 

8001. Detroit & Howell P. R. Sec. I. from 32nd m. post to Brighton, ter- 
minating at 41 inclu.sivc — 9 miles, [n. p., n. d.j. B. 

8002. Detroit & Howell P. R. Sec. 2, from 41st m. post to the 50th inclu- 
sive, [n. p., n. d.]. B. 

8003. Map of the Detroit and Milwaukee railway. Showing its connec- 
tions with the northern, southern, eastern and western railroads. Also the 
population of counties contiguous to the line of the road. R. Highman, chief 
engineer. Detroit, S. D. Elwood & co. [I860']. B. 

8004. Map of the Dixie highway showing every city, town, village and 
hamlet through its entire length proposed by the Dixie highway association 
and also, advocated by the National highways association. Washington, 
1915. G. 

The. trail marked in red. 

8005. Map and profile of the Fort st. union depot company's R. R. from 
Eighteenth st. to Third st. Detroit, 1891. B. 

Blue print map. 



88 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8006. D. B. Cooke & co's Great western railway guide exhibiting all sta- 
tions with distances from each other. Chicago, 1856. P H. 

8007. Lake shore & Michigan southern railway; condensed profiles, 
[n. p., n. d.]. M H C. 

8008. Mackey road map. Compiled and copyrighted by R. J. Mackey. 
Detroit, H. F. Loomis, 1898. B. 

8009. Map showing the route of the Alichigan airline railroad and its con- 
nections\ Drawn, engraved and printed by G. W. & C. B. Colton & co. 
New York, 1869. B. 

8010. The New York central lines . . . Engraved and printed by the 
Matthews-Xorthrup works. Buffalo, X. Y., cl905. U. 

8011. Overland road map, giving the best automobile roads connecting 
the principle [principal] cities and towns of western ^Michigan. [Grand 
Rapids, Mich., 1912].^ 32 p., maps. G. 

Issued by the Overland motor company. 

8012. Map of the Port Huron & Milwaukee railway showing its north 
south & west'n R. R. connections. Robert Higham, consulting engineer. 
Joel Gray, chief engineer, [n. p., n. d.]. B. 

8013. Raikoads in Michigan, [n. p.] 1848. L C; photo copy P. H. 

8014. Map of railroads, lower peninsula of Alichigan. Detroit, Silas 
Fan-ner, cl902. B. 

8015. Survey of a road route from Saginaw to Mackinac, M. T. Executed 
by Lieut. Poole, 3d arty. 25 cong., 2d sess. (In U. S. Congress. A collection 
of maps . . . published by order of congress. Washington, 1837, no. 153). 
LC. 

Ibid. no. 73. W. 

8016. Birds eye view of the rail and water routes to the celebrated mineral 

spring, at St. Clair, Michigan. Detroit, The Calvert lith. co. [1882]. 

B;LC. 

8017. Map showing location of roads, drains, and improvements built by 
state of Michigan and filed in State land office. A. C. Carton, commiss'r. 
Drawn by R. R. Havens, 1914. [Lansing? 1914]. M H C; S. 

Blue print map of the lower peninsula. 

8018. A map showing location of roads built by state and railroads that 
received land grants from the state. Compiled from records in State land 
office. A. C. Carton, commissioner. Drawn by R. R. Havens, 1914. [Lan- 
sing? 1914]. MHC;S. 

Blue print map of the upper peninsula. 

8019. Map of suburban railways in southeastern Michigan. Published 
by Silas Farmer & CO. Detroit, c 1902. B. 



MAPS AND ATLASES 89 

8020. Colton's map of Michigan showing the Toledo, Ann Arbor & north 
Michigan raihvay and connecting lines, [n. p.. n. d.]. B. 

8021. Map showing the Toledo and Saginaw Bay railroad and its con- 
nections. New York, G. W. & C. B. Colton & co. [1881]. L C. 

8022. Map of the United States road from Ohio to Detroit as lateh* located 
by Messrs. A. Edwards, S. Vance and Philu E. Judd (the last of whom died 
before the survey was completed) , commissioners appointed by the President 
of the U. S. agreeable to an act of congress. Detroit, John Farmer, 1825. 
G. 

8023. Map of the United States road from Detroit in the territory of 
Michigan to Fort Gratiot as surveyed and marked by Har\^e3^ Parker in 1827. 
Copied from the original in the U. S. Topogr'l bureau, Sept. 19th, 1849. 
[n. p., 1849]. B. 



N 
Miscellaneous 

8024. Map showing the mail routes in the upper peninsula of Michigan, 
[n. p., 1853r]. W. 

Photostat copy from U. S. House files. 

8025. Plat of the northern boundary of the state of Indiana. Surveyed 
in conformity to the act of congress . . . (In U. S. Congress. A collection 
of maps . . . pub. . . . b}^ order . . . of congress. Washington, 1843, 
no. 80). W. 

8026. General map to accompan}- the report of Capt. T. J. Cram. T. E., 
on the survey of the boundar}^ between Michigan and Wiskonsan. Projected 

by Capt. Cram. Drawn bv Lieut. Webster. [Washington? 1840?]. 

B;W. 

Called "no. 6." 

8027. Map exhibiting position of the several lines connected with . . . 
Ohio boundary question . . . [n. p., 1836?]. W. 

Issued by U. S. Engineer department. 

8028. Ibid. (In U. S. Congress. A collection of maps . . . pub. . . . 
by order . . . of congress. Washington 1843, no. 65). W. 

8029. The international boundary line of Michigan, by Annah May Soule. 
(In ^Michigan pioneer and historical society. Historical collections . . . 

Lansing, 1896, v. 26, p. 597-631. 11 maps)" B; D; G; L C; M H C; 

S:U. 



90 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8030. Michigan national guard. Map of Camp Devlin. Detroit, 1895. 
. B. 



8031. Plan of Charlevoix summer resort. Chicago, Henry S. Stebbins, 
map engraver and publisher [n. d.]. U. 

8032. The free public schools of the state of Michigan. [Chart of the 
educational system of Michigan. Executed at the University of Michigan, 
made under the direction of Charles S. Denison, Ann Arbor, 1876]. S. 

Hand drawn in pen and ink. 

8033. Siegel's official illustrated map and guide of the Michigan state 
fair. Detroit, cl908. B. 

8034. Chart of the St. Clair fiats reduced from the original surveys of 
Capt. George G. Meade, under the direction of Lieut. Col. J. Kearney. Show- 
ing also the improvement of the mouth of the South Pass now being effected 
by the United States. [Washington, 1857]. L C. 

Issued by U. S. War dept., corps of engineers, lake survey. 

8035. Map of the Saint Clair flats, Mich. Surveyed in 1887 by H. D. 
Bartholomew, under authority of a commission, issued by the commissioner 
of the State land office, dated Dec. 28th 1886. [Lansing? 1887?]. S. 

8036. Isolation and disinfection; restricted scarlet fever and diphtheria 
in Michigan during the 10 years 1887-96. [Lansing? 1896?]. U. 



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MAPS AND ATLASES 91 



III 



MANUSCRIPTS IN THE BURTON HISTORICAL 

COLLECTION 



Stub-Book Volumes 

The Burton Historical Collection has over thirteen hundred large stub-book volumes 
filled with manuscripts. Because of the miscellaneous character of some of this material 
and the breaks in the collections, the descriptive notes have been arranged consecutively 
by volumes. The notes on the various portions of each collection though separated in this 
list are all cited under one caption in the index. However the volumes have been grouped 
together so far as the collections of manuscripts permitted and the smaller collections within 
the larger considered in the descriptive notes. Mainly the general character of the material 
has been noted but in some cases important documents are cited. While nothing short of 
the publication of each document would be entirely satisfactory, it is felt that students of 
Michigan history will find this descriptive list useful. 

8037. Vols. 1 to 18. — AIss. of the Askin family, 1747-1836. Large portion 
relate to busines.s matters of John Askin and include correspondence, ac- 
counts, receipts, invoices, promissory notes and deeds. Most of the volumes 
contain material on the sale and purchase of land; vols. 9, 11 and 18 having 
lists of Askin's property, and vol. 1/ material on the A.skin estate. Vols. 1 
to 5, 12 and 18 contain data on the fur trade; vols. 12, 13, 15, 17 and 18 
material on military matters; vols. 3, 4, 8 and 9 information on Indian 
affairs; vols. 2 and 15 material on law suits; and vol. 17 records of the 
quarter sessions of a court held at Sandwich, 1832-1836. Vol. 12 contains 
business letters and papers of James Abbott and George Meldrum; vols. 15, 
16 and 17 manuscripts of Charles Askin; and vol.' 18 material on the 
female benevolent society at Detroit. 

8038. Vols. 19 to 32.— Mss. of John R. Williams, 1784-1853. Relate 
largely to business aflfairs though some are legal, political and military in 
character. The business letters and papers include correspondence relative 
to the purchase and shipments of merchandise; lists of books purchased; 
material on the sale of property; and receipts, accounts, contracts, inven- 
tories, promissory notes, and deeds. Vols. 19. 20. 21 and 23 contain material 
on the fur trade; vols. 19, 20. 21, 23, 27, 31 and 32 proceedings of public 
meetings, petitions, data on elections and other material political in character; 
vols. 21, 22, 26 to 29 and 32 information on the Territorial militia and mili- 



92 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

tary affairs; vols. 21, 22, 23 and 25 data relating to the Bank of Michigan and 
other banks. Vol. 19 contains a docket of cases in the Wayne county court; 
vol. 28 papers relating to the Indians around Michilimackinac; and about 
two-thirds of vol. 29 consists of papers relating to H. R. Schoolcraft, 
Indian agent. A considerable portion of each of vols. 19 to 25 is filled 
with the manuscripts of Dr. William McCoskry which consist mainly of 
accounts, receipts and promissory notes and papers relating to the settlement 
of the McCoskry estate. The manuscripts in vol. 32 are undated and con- 
sist mainly of resolutions adopted at public meetings, petitions, papers relat- 
ing to a Fourth of July celebration at Detroit ; address before a convention of 
delegates of the Anti-Masonic party and copies of articles for newspapers 
on political, military and other subjects. 

8039. Vol. 33.— Mss. of the Rivard family, 1740-1855. Mostly private 
papers of Jean Baptist, Simon, Charles and Ferdinand Rivard; and include 
receipts, accounts, deeds, inventories, tax notices, will of Charles Rivard, and 
papers relating to the Rivard estate. 

8040. Vols. 34 to 36.— Mss. of James Abbott, 1789-1857. Mainly ac- 
counts, receipts, deeds and promissory notes; correspondence relating to 
rents, purchase and value of property; and papers relating to the settlement 
of the estates of James Abbott, Sr., and of Samuel Abbott. 

8041. Vols. 37 to 66. — A-Iss. of Halmor Hull Emmons, and of Van Dyke 
and Emmons, 1834-1872. Mainly manuscripts of a legal character, though 
some of the letters and papers relate to business and private matters. Over 
forty pages of vol. 37 are filled with information on baptisms, marriages and 
deaths of members of the Beaubien family, and other data on the family. 
This volume also contains copies of minutes of the common council, Detroit, 
1827-1830. Vols. 39, 42, 46, 48, 57, 58 and 59 to 66 contain materials relating 
to the Erie and Kalamazoo, Michigan southern, Detroit and Milwaukee, 
Grand Rapids and Indiana, the Chicago and Michigan grand trunk, and other 
railroads; and include an abstract of the proceedings of the directors and 
stockholders of the Erie and Kalamazoo railroad co., 1834 to 1844 in vol. 39; 
statement of earnings and estimated expenses of the Michigan southern in 
1860 and estimated receipts for 1861 and 1862, in vol. 62; statement of the 
receipts and expenses of the Detroit and Milwaukee in 1860, in vol. 63; and 
amount of subscription to the capital stock of the Chicago and Michigan grand 
trunk, listed by counties, and an abstract showing the improved condition 
of the Detroit and Milwaukee railroad by the annual traffic earnings, 1863- 
1865, in vol. 64. Vol. 49 contains the testimony of the defendants in the case 
of Giltner vs. Gorham, known as the Adam Crosswhite case and arising under 
the Fugitive slave rendition law. Letters and papers of the law firms of James 
A. Van Dyke and Ebenezer B. Harrington, 1843-1845, are found in vols. 45 
and 46; of William A. Howard and Robert P. Toms in vols. 52, 53 and 55; 
of Robert P. Toms, Oscar F. Cargill and Marcus A. Chase in vol. 53; of Toms 



MAPS AND ATLASES 93 

and Chase in vols. 5v\ .^4. 5S and 59; of J. P. C. Emmons, and of J. P. C. 
Emmons and L. L. Jones in vols. 53. 54, 57 and 58 and of Robert P. Toms in 
vols. 60 to 66. \'ol. 59 contains correspondence of J. C. Holmes relating 
chiefly to meetinjj;s of agricultural societies and premiums awarded at the 
State Fair in 1S67. 

8042. Vols. 67 to 69. — Mss. of Robert P. Toms, 1873-1877. Continuation 
of the Toms manuscripts in the preceding volumes and consist mainly of 
letters and papers legal and business in character. 

8043. Vols. 70 to 84. — Mss. of Van Dyke and Emmons and of H. H. 
Emmons. 1809-1870. Large portion are legal in character though there are 
also receipts, promissory notes, cancelled bank checks and other private 
business papers. Vols. 7 1 to 84 contain a collection of manuscripts of Ganvood 
T. Sheldon consisting largely of letters concerning the sale of lands for taxes, 
price of lands, infonnation about titles to lands; lists of property on which 
taxes were due; certificates of property redeemed; deeds; and mortgages. 
Vols. 73 and 84 contain data on railroads; vols. 78, 83 and 84 a few manu- 
scripts of J. P. C. Emmons; and vols. 81 and 82 legal letters and papers of 
the law finn of Eben X. Willcox. Garw^ood T. Sheldon and William J. Gray. 

8044. Vols. 85 to 91. —Mss. of Jacob M.Howard, 1750-1870. Mainly legal 
and political in character. Part of volume 85 consists of deeds and papers 
relating to land grants. The Howard manuscripts are a source of infonnation 
on the admission of Michigan into the Union; construction of railroads ; faction- 
al character of the Whig party; appointments to office; the Republican party; 
political influence of corporations; and issues of the Reconstruction period. 

8045. Vol. 92. — Early Detroit documents. Include a paper by Clarence 
M. Burton on Augustus B. Woodward and other data on Judge Woodward; 
petitions and other material relative to schools in Detroit in the territorial 
period; and some deeds. 

8046. Vols. 93 to 98. — Mss. of Theodore Romeyn, and of Thomas M. 
Lockwood, and Hovey K. Clarke, 1836 to about 1886. Relate mainly to 
railroad matters and legal afifairs. Vols. 93 and 94 contain letters and papers 
of the Port Huron and Milwaukee Railroad company and vol. 95 material 
relating to railroads, especially the Great Western, Detroit and Milwaukee, 
and Lake shore and Michigan southern. These volumes also contain material 
relating to lands; vol. 98 having business and legal manuscripts of Jacob M. 
Howard, 1836-1865. These include tax and other receipts; certificates of 
land sold for taxes and redeemed; and a list of private claims at Sault Ste. 
Marie. 

8047. Vol. 99.— Mss. of H. H. Emmons, 1864-1866. Mainly papers legal 
and business in character relating to railroads. 

8048. Vol. 100. — Miscellaneous mss. Consist mainly of letters and 
papers of Jean B. and Charles Piquette; Duncan Reid and Mrs. Eleanora 



94 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

Reid; and of T. M. Sheldon, 1783-1840. The manuscripts of Jean B. Piquette 
cover 1783 to 1812 and those of Charles Piquette, 1838 to 1840. These are 
mainly business papers, including receipts, letters relative to shipment of goods 
and accounts with Detroit firms; also papers relating to the Piquette estate. 
The Reid papers cover 1819 to 1825 and include receipts, accounts, and 
papers relative to the estate of Duncan Reid. The Sheldon manuscripts 
cover 1826 to 1840 and include receipts; accounts; copies of petitions to the 
Territorial Council and State Legislature; legislative committee reports; 
resolutions; and journals of the Territorial Council and the State Legislature. 

8049. Vol. 101.— Mss. of the Godfroy family, 1799-1841. Mainly papers 
of Gabriel, Peter, and J. J. Godfroy. Over half of the volumne consists of 
such papers as deeds, receipts, accounts, orders for goods, contracts, and 
letters about shipment of goods. The greater portion of the rest of the volume 
consists of orders to sheriffs for the appearance of people in court and papers 
relating the sessions of court in Wayne county in the Territorial period. Also 
accounts of Captain Jesse Burbank with Angus Mackintosh and others, and 
lists of provisions issued to Capt. Burbank, 1799 to 1809; a list of taxes in 
Wayne county in 1802; and several papers relating to matters in territorial 
courts about 1812. 

8050. Vol. 102.— Mss. relating to the Munroe (Monroe)— Burton 
genealogy. 

8051. Vols. 103 to 144.— Mss. of William Woodbridge, 1771 to about 1860. 
Vol. 103 contains manuscripts of John Trumbvill, 1771 to 1790, which con- 
sists mainly of private correspondence, deeds and accounts; and letters of 
William Woodbridge while he was in school in the East. The rest of the 
volumes contain large numbers of legal and private papers and are an excel- 
lent source of information on political issues, giving the point of view of a 
leading Whig on these questions. Vols. 114, 116, 121 to 125 contain a number 
of public records and considerable information on territorial elections and 
political issues; vols. 129 to 138 data on the leading questions in politics 
between 1834 and 1848 such as views of Whigs toward the foreign element, 
the Constitutional Convention of 1835. factional character of the Democratic 
and Whig parties, panic of 1837, internal improvements, tariff, and election 
of 1848; and vols. 143 and 144 consists mainly of copies of speeches, remarks 
in congress, petitions, messages, resolutions, newspaper articles and papers 
relating to cases in court. Vol. 109 also contains material on the War of 1812 ; 
vols. Ill to 126 a large number of reports and letters from the office of the 
collector of customs at Detroit. 

8052. Vols. 145 to 169.— Mss. of H. H. Emmons, 1817-1876. Consist 
chiefly of correspondence of a legal character and papers connected with cases 
in court. A large number of these relate to the affairs of railroad companies, 
especially the Erie and Kalamazoo, the St. Joseph valley and the Michigan 
southern railroad companies, and many to cases while H. H. Emmons was 



MAPS AND ATLASES 95 

Judge of the U. S. Circuit Court. Vol. 163 contains some of the manuscripts 
of Cornelius O'FIynn, and vols. 162 and 164 of Garwood T. Sheldon. 

8053. Vol. 170.— Mss. of William Backus and of W. H. Jackson, 1865- 
1893. The former cover p. 1-208 and the latter p. 209 to end. The Backus 
manuscripts consists of papers relating to land ; also correspondence, receipts 
and cancelled bank checks. The rest of the volume contains deeds and 
receipts of Annie E. B. Jackson; a few accounts and letters. 

8054. Vol. 171. — Mss. of H. H. Emmons, and of A. and H. H. Emmons, 
1807-1839. Mainly receipts, accounts, deeds, and papers relating to cases 
in court. 

8055. Vol. 172. — Mss. of Jacob M. Howard, Judge John Hunt and of 
Robert Mitchell Eberts, 1824-1864. The Howard manuscripts cover 164 p. 
and relate mainly to the claims of the De Repentigny heirs to lands at Sault 
Ste. Marie. The Hunt and Eberts papers consists largely of receipts, ac- 
counts and deeds. 

8056. Vol. 173.— Mss. of John Prentis, 1812-1866. Mainly deeds, con- 
tracts, and correspondence relative to payments of money, and other business 
and legal matters. 

8057. Vols. 174 to 183. — Mss. of H. H. Emmons and of Van Dyke and 
Emmons, 1834-1882. Mainly papers legal in character, many of which are 
undated. Some of the volumes contain information on railroads; vol. 182 
contains manuscripts of A. Van Arsdale, 1857-1868; and vol. 183 manuscripts 
of Robert P. Toms. 1858 and 1880; of A. Van Arsdale, 1857-1868 ; and of Wil- 
ham J. Gray. 1884-1886, which are legal in character. 

8058. Vol. 184.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms, 1880-1883. Correspondence 
relating mainly to leases, taxes, purchase of property, rentals and titles of 
property. 

8059. Vol. 185. — Mss. of H. H. Emmons, undated, and of William J. Gray, 
1885. Legal papers. The papers of Gray relate mainly to the case of Campau 
vs. Moran. 

8060. Vols. 186 to 189.— Mss. of Charles L. Bissell, 1854-1857. Corres- 
pondence relative to the price, purchase, shipment and supply of grain, beans, 
rice, potatoes and poultry. \'ol. 189 also contains letters, deeds, receipts and 
other papers of Theodore Romcyn, 1883-1884. 

8061. Vols. 190 to 192.— Mss. of Theodore Romeyn, 1860-1885. Consist 
largely of accounts, receipts, cancelled bank checks, part of Romeyn's letter 
book in 1880, newspaper clippings, and letters and papers of a legal and politi- 
cal character. 

8062. Vol. 193. — Miscellaneous mss., 1805-1883. About fifty pages of 
receipts, accounts and correspondence of Charles Lamed; some deeds; re- 
ceipts; certificates of lands purchased for unpaid taxes; a law docket; and 



96 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

about fift}' pages of letters and papers relative to the estate of Alexander D. 
Phraser. 

8063. Vols. 194 to 195.— Mss. of Alexander D. Fraser, 1846-1883. Con- 
sist mainly of correspondence, receipts, accounts, deeds and papers in the 
settlement of the estate. 

8064. Vols. 196 to 199.— Mss. of H. H. Emmons, 1839-1870. Mainly 
papers relating to cases in court. Vol. 199 also contains letters of J. P. C. 
Emmons, and correspondence of H. H. Emmons with officials of railroad com- 
l^anies. 

8065. Vols. 200 to 202.— Mss. of Ross Wilkins, 1829-1892. The first two 

vokmies contain mainly business and private correspondence; letters and 
papers legal and political in character; accounts; receipts; and deeds. The 
third volume also contains copies of sermons, notes fors ermons, Biblical 
references, and correspondence with ministers of the Methodist denomination. 

8066. Vols. 203 to 204.— Mss. of William Woodbridge, undated. Mis- 
cellaneous collection consisting chiefly of memorandum notes, arguments on 
points of law, a treatise on taxation, copies of a speech in Congress and of an 
address before the New England society. 

8067. Vol. 205.— Mss. apparently of Nelson H. Wing and others, 1830- 
1856. Mostly United States land certificates and deeds, on many of which 
the names of Oscar F. Cargill, Nelson H. Wing or Theophilus Crawford appear. 

8068. Vols. 206 to 227. — Mss. of H. H. Emmons and of Van Dyke and 
Emmons, 1836-1871. Consist largely of letters and papers legal in character. 
Vols. 211, 215-217 and 220-222 contain considerable information on railroads, 
among these the Detroit and Milwaukee, Michigan southern and the Amboy, 
Lansing and Traverse Bay. Letters of J. P. C. Emmons are scattered through 
these volumes. Manuscripts of A. and H. H. Emmons appear in vols. 207, 
209, 213 and 221 ; of Van D\^ke and Harrington in vols. 207 and 208; of Peter 
J. Desnoyers in vol. 212; of Van Dyke, Emmons and Sheldon in vol. 214; of 
J. C. Holmes in vol. 216; and of the Charles Laurent estate, 1882, in vol. 227. 

8069. Vols. 228 to 258.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms, 184S-1888. Mainly 
letters and papers of a legal character, together with a number of deeds, 
accounts, receipts, cancelled bank checks and other business papers. Manu- 
scripts of William J. Gray appear in vol. 233. Letters and papers of the law 
firm of Howard and Toms are found in vols. 235-239, 245-252, 255-257; of 
Howard and Cargill in vols. 237, 239-244, 246, 249-251, 255. Part of vol. 258 
contains accounts of James Camiff in 1891, and manuscripts of Denis J. 
Campau, 1877, and of Joseph Campau. 

8070. Vol. 259. — Mss. of Sylvester, George B. and Charles Earned and of 
John Hunt, 1810-1859. Mainly papers and correspondence relating to legal 
matters; also some business papers and letters of a political character. 



MANUSCRIPTS 97 

8071. Vol. 260.— .Mss. of Robert P. Toms, 1867-1880. Mainly corres- 
pondence relalinj^ to legal matters; some business papers. 

8072. Vol. 261.— Mss. of Sylvester, Georj^^e B. and Charles Lamed. 1808- 
1877. Mainly correspondence legal in character; some legal and business 
papers. 

8073. Vols. 262 to 282. — Alss. of H. H. Emmons and of Van Dyke and 
Emmons, 1S>U-1S70. Contain chiefly correspondence and jjajjers of a legal 
character. Material on the Detroit and Milwaukee railroad is found in vols. 
262. 266, 269, 275. 279 and 280; and on the Michigan southern in vols. 266 
and 273. Letters of J. P. C. Emmons are scattered through these volumes. 
Manuscripts of A. and H. H. Emmons appear in vols. 262, 263, 267, 269 and 
280; of Van Dyke and Harrington in vols. 263, 279, 280 and 281 ; of Garwood 
T. Sheldon in vol. 264; of Emmons and Jones in vols. 269 and 275; and of 
Denis J. Campau, 1863-1878 in vol. 282. 

8074. Vols. 283 to 299.— Mss. of the Campau family, 1852-1878. Mostly 
letters and papers of Denis J. Campau and Theodore J. Campau relating to 
business and legal matters. A considerable portion relate to the settlement 
of the estate of Joseph Campau. About half of vol. 296 is filled with certifi- 
cates of steamer inspectors issued by authority of the L'^nited States. 

8075. Vol. 300.— AIss. of James Ma}', James W. Romeyn and of the 
Emmons family, 1788-1878. The May papers consist of Detroit deeds, 1788- 
1797 and fill 43 pages. The Romeyn papers cover p. 48-109 and relate in 
part to the presidential election campaign in 1876. The Emmons papers 
consist of correspondence of H. H. and J. P. C. Emmons of a legal and private 
character. 1836-1857, and include 2 letters dated 1853 and 1858 respectively, 
from Peter White on political matters. Also letters from J. C. Holmes about 
premiums awarded at the State Fair in 1857. 

8076. Vol. 301.— Mss. of H. H. Emmons. 1836-1868. The first part of the 
volume consists mainly of private and legal correspondence of J. P. C. 
Emmons. There are a few letters to J. C. Holmes about meetings of agri- 
cultural societies, and the State Fair. The manuscripts after 1860 belong to 
H. H. Emmons and relate mainly to railroad affairs, especially the Detroit 
and Milwaukee railroad company. 

8077. Vol. 302.— Mss. of the Campau family, 1873-1878. Mainly re- 
ceipts and accounts of Denis J. Campau. 

8078. Vols. 303 to 329.— Mss. of H. H. Emmons. 1834-1879. Contain 
mainly manuscripts of a legal character, though there are a number of busi- 
ness letters and papers, and some private correspondence. Infonnation on 
railroads can be obtained from most of these \-olumes. Among these are the 
following: Detroit and Milwaukee in vols. 301. 306. 307. 310. 311, 312. 314- 
321 and 323-329; Detroit. Howell and Lansing in vol. 306; Grand Rapids and 
■Indiana in vol. 310; Grand Trunk in vols. 311, 315, 325, 326 and 327; Great 

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98 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

western in vols. 316, 318-320; Michigan southern in vols. 312, 317-320 and 
323-327: Manuscripts of J. P. C. Emmons appear in most of these volumes. 
Vol. 301 contains a few letters of J. C. Holmes relating to agricultural societies 
and the State Fair; vol. 309 about forty pages of business papers of A. Nowlin, 
1878-79: vols. 310, 311, 313, 315, 317, 318, 320-322, 324-329 manuscripts of 
the law firm of Van Dyke and Emmons; vols. 313 and 317 of A. and H. H. 
Emmons; and vols. 328 and 329 of Van Dyke and Harrington. 

8079. Vols. 330 to 331.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms and of Howard and 
Toms, 1851-1864. Mainly correspondence relating to legal and business 
matters. Most of vol. 330 and about fifty pages of vol. 331 are filled with 
manuscripts of the law firni of Howard and Toms. 

8080. Vols. 332 to 335.— Mss. of H. H. Emmons and of Van Dyke and 
Emmons, 1832-1869. Consist mainly of letters and papers of a legal character 
and papers relating to the Detroit and Milwaukee, Great western. Grand 
Rapids and Indiana, Michigan southern, and other railroads. Manuscripts 
of J. P. C. Emmons, A and H. H. Emmons and of J. C. Holmes are also 
found in these volumes. 

8081. Vol. 336.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms, 1851-1855, 1864. Mainly cor- 
respondence of a legal character. About half of the volume consists of Toms 
manuscripts and the other half the manuscripts of the law fimis of Howard 
and Toms, and of Toms, Cargill and Chase. 

8082. Vol. 337.— Mss. of H. H. Emmons, 1837-1860. Mainly corre- 
spondence and papers, legal, business or private in character. Part of the 
volume contains manuscripts of Van D3^ke and Emmons and of J. P. C. 
Emmons. 

8083. Vols. 338 to 339.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms, and of Howard and 
Toms, 1851-1869. Mainly letters and papers of a business and legal character. 

8084. Vol. 340. — Mss. of H. H. Emmons, Van Dyke and Emmons, and of 
J. P. C. Emmons, 1833-[186-"']. Mainly correspondence and papers legal and 
private in character. 

8085. Vols. 341 to 343.— Mss of Robert P. Toms, 1852-1882. Consist 
of letters and papers legal and business in character. 

8086. Vol. 344. — Mss. of Van Dyke and Emmons, and of H. H. Emmons, 
1796-1860. Mainly correspondence and papers legal in character; some 
undated. 

8087. Vols. 345 to 347.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms, 1851-1884. Mainly 
papers and correspondence legal and business in character. Vol. 346 con- 
tains manuscripts of the law finns of Howard and Toms and of Toms, Cargill 
and Chase, and vol. 347 letters and papers of William J. Gray, 1884. 

8088. Vol. 348.— Mss. of H. H. Emmons, mostly in the sixties. Mainly 



MANUSCRIPTS 99 

pa})crs and correspondence lethal in character. Some of the manuscripts relate 
to the Detroit and Milwaukee railroad. 

8089. Vol. 349.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms. 1861-lcS84. Mainly corre- 
sponticnce ijrixate, lejij^al and business in character. \'oiumc also contains 
manu.scrii)ts of William J. Gra\'. 

8090. Vol. 350. — Mss. of H. H. Emmons, and of Van Dyke and Emmons, 
1840-1 866. Partly unimjDortant letters and jjapers lcf::al and business in 
<^haracter and parth- material on railroads. 

8091. Vol. 351.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms. 1862-1884. Mainly corre- 
spondence legal and business in character; some jjrix'ate letters and business 
papers. Volume also contains manuscripts of William J. Gray. 

8092. Vols. 352 to 354.— Mss. of H. H. Emmons, 1850-1883. Larger part 
of the manuscripts are legal in character though a considerable portion relate 
to business matters. These also contain infomiation on the Detroit and 
Milwaukee, Oakland and Ottawa, the Port Huron and Lake Michigan, and 
other railroads. 

8093. Vol. 355.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms. 1859-1873. Mainly corre- 
spondence of a legal and business character. About two-thirds of the volume 
consists of Toms manuscripts and the remainder mainly of manuscripts of 
William J. Gray, 1884. 

8094. Vol. 356. — Mss. of Van Dyke and Emmons and of H. H. Emmons, 
1836-1870. Mainl\- correspondence and papers legal and business in character. 
There are al.so some materials on railroads in this volume and manuscripts of 
J. P. C. Emmons. 

8095. Vols. 357 to 348.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms and of Howard and 
Toms, 1851-1888. Con.sist mainly of letters and papers of a legal character, 
together with a considerable number relating to business and private matters. 
Several of the volumes contain manuscripts of the law firms of Toms and 
Cha,se and of Cargill and Chase. Manu.scripts of William J. Gra>' appear in 
vols. 359, 363, 375 and 376. 

8096. Vol. 385. — Mss. of Van Dyke and Emmons and of H. H. Emmons, 
1843-1857. Mainly correspondence and papers of a legal character, together 
with some railroad material. \'olume also contains manuscripts of Van Dyke 
and Harrington. Van Dyke. Emmons and Sheldon, and of J. P. C. Emmons. 

8097. Vols. 386 to 387.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms and of Howard and Toms, 
1852-1879. Mainl\- legal and private in character. Vol. 387 also contains 
Heport of the directors of the Great western railway of Canada for the half 
3^ear ending July 31, 1861. Vol. 386 also contains manuscripts of Toms and 
Chase and vol. 387 of William J. Gray. 

8098. Vol. 388. — Mss. of Ross Wilkins, mostly undated, some in the 
iifties. Mainly briefs and other papers of a legal nature. 



100 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8099. Vol. 389.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms and others, 1852-1885. In 
addition to the Toms manuscripts most of which are legal in character, there 
are letters and papers of Howard and Toms, and of William J. Gray, 1884- 
1885, also legal in character; portion of a letter book of H. H. Emmons, 
February 11, 1870 to April 25, 1870; and over fifty pages of correspondence 
of Charles L. Bissell and company in 1856 relating to the price and shipment 
of grain. 

8100. Vols. 390 to 391.— Mss. of Charles L. Bissell and company, 1854- 
1856. Mainly correspondence relative to the price and shipment of grain,, 
potatoes, poultry, eggs, etc. 

8101. Vol. 392. — Mss. of Ross Wilkins, partly undated, some in the fifties. 
About half of the volume contains papers relative to cases in court and the 
other half receipts and accounts. 

8102. Vol. 393.— Mss. of Charles L. Bissell and H. H. Emm.ons, 1857- 
1890. Over half of the volume contains correspondence of Charles L. Bissell,. 
1857-58, chiefly about prices and shipment of grain. Twenty-seven pages are 
filled with manuscripts of H. H. Emmons in the sixties relating mainly ta 
railroads. There are also papers in the nineties legal in character. 

8103. Vol. 394.— Mss. of Ross Wilkins, and of Robert P. Toms, about 
1848-1891. The Wilkins papers relate mainly to cases in court, including^ 
testimonies in Giltner vs. Gorham et al., 1848. There are also three books of 
accounts of the National Insurance Bank with Robert P. Toms and copies of 
the Michigan almanac for 1884, 1885 and 1891. 

8104. Vols. 395 to 399. — These volumes originally contained maps which, 
have been removed. 

8105. Vols. 400 to 401.— Mss. of H. H. Emmons, about 1869-1872. Mainly 
papers relating to cases in court. Considerable space is filled with material 
relating to the Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad. 

8106. Vol.402. — Mss. of Jacob M. Howard. Relate mainly to the claim 
of Louise Pauline Legardeur de Repentigny and others to the Seigniory or 
Feif known as Sault Ste. Marie. Most of the papers are dated 1862 to 1864. 

8107. Vols. 403 to 407. — Mss. of John Norton and Charles C. Trowbridge 
18v36-1839. Relate in part to business matters of the Michigan State Bank. 
Vol. 403 also contains papers relating to lands in Wayne and Allegan counties,. 
1817-1835, and to the estate of Mary Abbott; vols. 404 and 405 correspondence 
with Charles C. Trowbridge and A. H. Adams of a business character, 1845- 
1848; vol. 407 over one hundred pages of correspondence with the law firm of 
Asher B. Bates, H. N. Walker and Samuel T. Douglass, 1839, and over thirty 
pages of correspondence with George F. Porter, lawyer, 1839. 

8108. Vols. 408 to 413.— Mss. of Charles C. Trowbridge, of Bates, Walker 
and Douglass and of Walker and Douglass, 1839-1844. The manuscripts of 



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Bates, Walker and DouL,'lass and of Walker and Dou}j;lass relate mainly to 
legal matters. \'ol. 40S contains correspondence of John Norton relative to 
the banking business and most of the volumes contain manuscripts of Charles 
C. Trowlmdge relating to banking and business matters. 

8109. Vols. 414 to 417.— Mss. of Charles C. Trowbridge and others, 1829- 
1872. Relate to business matters, chiefly to the Bank of Michigan and 
Michigan State Bank. \\)1. 414 contains also manuscripts of John Norton^ 
1837, and A. H. Adams, 1846-1852, relating to bank affairs; legal materials 
from the office of Douglass and Walker, 1844; and letters of the Right Rev- 
erend Bishop McCoskry concerning church matters; vol. 415, infonnation 
on the Amboy, Lansing and Traverse Bay railroad and the Detroit and Erin 
plank road; vols. 416 and 417 papers of John Gibson, 1838-1865; and vol. 
417 letters and papers of John Norton and A. H. Adams. 

8110. Vols. 418 to 420.— AIss. of Charles C. Trowbridge and of Charles 
Root and CO., 1849-1896. Relate mainly to business matters. There are also 
papers relating to the Detroit and Erin and Detroit and Howell plank roads, 
including maps of these roads; and business correspondence of Charles L. 
Bisscll. 

8111. Vol. 421. — Mss. of Charles L. Bissell, 1855. Correspondence about 
prices and shipment of grain. Also a copy of a memorial of the Trustees of 
the Detroit fire department to the Legislature. 

8112. Vols. 422 to 423. — Collection of invitations, programs, and of litera- 
ture issued by railroads and steamship companies advertising pleasure trips 
and summer rasorts. 

8113. Vols. 424 to 425.— Mss. of Charles Jackson, 1833-1887. Consist 
mainly of accounts, deeds, mortgages, correspondence, and insurance and 
other papers, part of which relate to the Charlgs Jackson estate. About 15 
pages of manuscripts of Charles C. Trowbridge relating to land and a collec- 
tion of U. S. land certificates are found in vol. 424. 

8114. Vol. 426. — Mss. of John Anderson (Architect); and early Detroit 
documents. The Anderson manuscripts cover the first 70 pages and consist 
of plans of buildings and estimated cost of labor and material. The rest of 
the volume consists of documents relating to the early history of Detroit. 

8115. Vol. 427.— Mss. of Waldo M. Johnson, 1854-1864; and Detroit docu- 
ments. The Johnson manuscripts cover pages 1-56 and 210-250 and relate to 
the price of stocks, especialh' railroad stocks, and investments in same. 
Volume also contains election tickets of Detroit and Wayne county during 
the civil war and some Brady and Robison family papers. 

8116. Vol. 428.— Mss. of Waldo M. Johnson and of Sidney D. Miller, 
1844-1900. The correspondence and private business papers of Waldo M. 
Johnson, 1863-1870, fill about 18 pages. The correspondence and papers of 



102 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

Sidney D. Miller relate in part to the Detroit street railway. Also state- 
ment of condition of lands in Baraga and Marquette counties by the Audi- 
tor General's office, 1864-1879, and a collection of deeds. 

8117. Vol. 429.— Mss. of John Gibson and others, 1824-1892. About half 
of the volume consists of deeds to property ; also township charts showing lands 
for sale in 1884; receipts and accounts of Elizabeth and Ellen Gibson and of 
John Gibson, 1861-1884; and a number of short essays by William A. Hopson. 

8118. Vol. 430.— Mss. of John Gibson and of John R. Williams. About 
one-fourth of the volume consists of receipts and accounts of John Gibson and 
Elizabeth and Ellen Gibson. The Williams papers cover p. 65-105. A con- 
siderable i^ortion of the volume consists of charts showing swamp, school and 
vacant lands, most of them dated 1885-86; also several monthly returns of 
troops in the Harbor of New York, and other reports, 1809-1812. 

8119. Vol. 431.— Mss. of Bela Hubbard, Robert J. Hubbard, and Thomas 
H. Hubbard, and of Waldo M. Johnson, 1848-1865. The Hubbard manu- 
scripts consist of about one-third of volume of certificates of purchase of 
land sold for taxes; and statements of taxes due, paid and received on land. 
The Johnson manuscripts consist letters and papers of a business character. 

8120. Vols. 432 to 437.— Mss. of Nelson H. Wing, 1838-1878. Chiefly 
tax and other receipts; deeds to property; other business papers; and corre- 
spondence relative to timber and other lands. Vol. 437 contains manuscripts 
of Robert P. Toms relating to the estate of Nelson H. Wing, of which Toms 
was executor. 

8121. Vols. 438 to 441.— Mss. of Bela Hubbard and John E. King, and of 
Waldo M. Johnson, 1849-1888. The Hubbard and King manuscripts relate 
mostly to lands, vols. 438 and 439 containing a collection of maps of land in 
Sanilac count v. There are a number of warrants in vol. 441 to lands granted 
as a bounty for military service. Vol. 440 and considerable space in the other 
volumes is filled with letters and papers of Waldo M. Johnson relating to 
stocks, especially railroad stocks, and to other business matters. 

8122. Vol. 442.— Mss. of Waldo M. Johnson and of John D. Conely, 
1849-1902. The Johnson manuscripts consist of correspondence, 1849-1868, of 
a business character. The correspondence and papers of John D. Conely, 
1894-1902, relate to legal matters. The volume also contains deeds to prop- 
erty ; a collection of speeches by Indians on the Detroit and Upper Sandusky 
rivers, 1788; and a paper on Cadillac by Levi Bishop. 

8123. Vol. 443.— Mss. of Bela Hubbard and John E King, and of Waldo 
M. Johnson. About ninety-five pages of deeds to property belonging to Hub- 
bard and King; and seventy-five pages of maps giving much detailed informa- 
tion of value. The rest of the volume is mainly letters of W. M. Johnson, 
1849, relative to price of stocks; and some correspondence and papers of 
John D. Conely, of a legal character in the nineties. 



MANUSCRIPTS 103 

8124. Vols. 444 to 447.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms, 1S77-1SS4. Lar^'cly 
correspondence and i)ai)ers relating; to the Nelson H. Winjj; estate of which 
Toms was executor; and to other legal matters. Vol. 447 also contains 
manuscripts of William J. Gray who was "administrator" of the Wing estate. 

8125. Vols. 448 to 449.— Mss. of John R. Williams, LS1.S-1S52. Accounts 
receipts; bank drafts; letters on the purcha.se and rent of property; infonna- 
tion on the Black Hawk and Mexican wars and on political issues; and reso- 
lutions of the Detroit city council. 

8126. Vol. 450. -Mi.scellaneous mss. Papers relating to the estate of Mrs. 
juHa A. Anderson; material on Detroit in the Revolutionary period; article 
on the Chippewa Indians; collection of deeds and wills; grants of land from 
George III, 1764; acts of the Legislature of New York; correspondence of 
Major General Butler at Fort Pitt, 1791-1796; papers relating to the Terri- 
torial government, and to the constitution of Michigan in 1907 ; correspondence 
of J. O. Winship, Cleveland, Ohio, 1892-1904; and a biographical sketch of 
James Scott of Detroit. 

8127. Vols. 451 to 453.— Mss. of John Mason, 1.S26-1849. Relate mainly 
to claims of Samuel Chew and others against the Mexican Government. 
Vol. 451 also contains about forty pages of receipts and other private papers 
of John Mason and a collection of business letters and papers of John R. 
Williams, 1803-1815, .some of which relate to the fur trade. 

8128. Vol. 454.— Mss. of John R. Williams, 1807-1832. Mainly receipts; 
accounts; material on the shipment of goods and pa^nnent of transportation 
charges; and correspondence relating to the fur trade. 

8129. Vol. 455. — Mss. of John Askin, Samuel A. Drake, and of Clarence 
M. Burton. The papers of John Askin cover 25 pages. The Drake papers 
cover pages 30-110 and consist of notes for histories. The Burton papers fill 
pages 118 to end of vol. and relate to genealogical and historical matters. 
The material of an historical nature includes correspondence of John Hecke- 
welder; notes from the life of Marshall; data on Detroit including the settle- 
ment by the French, sketch of Cadillac, the Moravians at Detroit, and the 
early schools. 

8130. Vols. 456 to 457.— M.ss. of John A.skin, 1797-1832. Mainly letters 
and pai)ers relating to business and private matters. These include accounts; 
deeds; and information on military- matters, Indian affairs and on lands. 
Both volumes contain manuscripts of Charles Askin and vol. 457 two peti- 
tions to the Governor and Judges of Michigan territory. 

8131. Vols. 458 to 459. — Mss. of James May, Alexander D. Fraser, Eurotas 
P. Hastings and the firm of Park and Meldrum, 1797-1847. The 
May and Fraser manuscripts are chiefly legal in character and cover 
1797-1847. The Park and Meldrum manuscripts relate to business matters. 



104 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

The correspondence of Eurotas P. Hastings, 1827-1847, fills about one hun- 
dred pages of \'ol. 458 and relates to missionary and church work in Michigan. 

8132. Vol. 460.— Mss. of the law firm of Maynard, Meddaugh and Dayi- 
son, about 1864-1893. Largely letters and papers of a legal character. 

8133. Vol. 461.— Mss. of Rice and Meeker, Elon Famsworth, Joshua W. 
Waterman, Ira Dayenport and Francis Palms, 1847-1900. The Rice & 
Meeker papers coyer 104 pages and relate to legal matters; Famsworth 
papers, p. 105-140; the Watennan and the Dayenport papers p. 145-202 and 
consist of land certificates ; the Palms papers the rest of the yolume and con- 
sist of business correspondence, deeds, etc. 

8134. Vols. 462 to 474. — Mss. of the law firms of John Ward and Eryin 
Palmer, and of John Ward, 1872-1902. Mainly letters and papers of a legal 
character, though some relate to business and private matters. Vol. 465 
contain also manuscripts of Ira A. Leighley of a legal character and a type- 
written biographical sketch of George Christian Anthon. 

8135. Vol. 475. — Wayne county records, early Detroit documents and mss. 
of Joseph Campau. The Wayne county records coyer, 1797-1802 and relate 
to cases in court. There are also judgments signed by jurors; instructions to 
sheriffs of Wayne co. ; and the subscribed declaration of those Detroit inhabi- 
tants who elected to remain British subjects. The Joseph Campau papers 
coyer p. 69-91. 

8136. Vols. 476 to 647.— Mss. of James F. Joy, 1830-1886. Vols. 476 to 
522 contain papers from the law office of James F. Joy and George F. Porter, 
1830-1853; and up to yol. 506 most of the manuscripts deal with legal matters. 
The main material relating to railroads begins with yol. 506 and fills a larger 
space in succeeding yolumes. In these can be found correspondence with 
officers of a large number of railroads in various sections of the country, and 
reports and statistics on these railroads. For instance information can be 
had on many western railroads, such as the Atchison and Nebraska; Atchison, 
Topeka and vSanta Fe; Hannibal and St. Joseph; Kansas City, St. Joseph and 
Council Bluffs; Leavenworth, Lawrence and Galveston; IVIissouri river. Fort 
Scott and Gulf; and the Union Pacific. However only railroads in Michigan 
and those mainly or entirely in the Great Lakes region are listed below. 
While information on other railroads in this region than are listed below, and 
more on those that are listed, can doubtless be found in this collection, an 
attempt has been made to give the names of those with whose officers Joy 
had considerable correspondence or on which reports and statistics have been 
noted. The names of these railroads with the numbers of the \"olumes in 
which the material appears are as follows: Chicago and Aurora, 517-520, 
and succeeding volumes; Chicago and Michigan lake shore, 570, 573, 576, 
578-599, 601-603, 606, 607, 609, 611-614, 621, 629, 633, 634, 637-640, 643-647; 
Chicago and northwestern, 524 and^630; Chicago, Buriington and Quincy, 



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525-578, 580. 582-589, 593-602. 604-607, 610. 615. 617-624, 627-632. 641-647; 
Chicaj^'o. Clinton, Dubuque and Minnesota, 597, 604-607, 610. 621, 623-626, 
•637, 639, 643; Detroit and Bay City, 626, 629. 636, 637, 645. 647; Detroit, 
Lansing' and Lake Michigan, 585. 593-599, 601, 605. 606. 611-614, 617, 626, 
631, 632, 637-643; Flint and Pere Marquette, 607 and 608; Grand Rajnds 
and Indiana, 549, 550. 556, 560, 570. 571; Grand Trunk, 560 and 578; Illinois 
central, 516-533, 535-538, 543, 550. 556. 582, 630; Jackson, Lansing!: and Sa^- 
naw, 553. 554. 564, 587, 593-599. 604-607. 622. 625. 626. 643; Michigan cen- 
tral. 506. 508. 509-514. 516-519. 521-524. 526-533. 535-537, 539. 541-544, 546- 
593, 595-601. 603-647; Michigan southern, 508, 512-515, 520, 522, 526; 
Michigan southern and northern Indiana, 538 and 558; Northern Indiana, 
506, 508. 513. 514, 520; Wisconsin Valley. 619-621. 623. 624. 627-629, 632, 
636. 641-645, 647. 

8137. Vol. 648.— Mss. of Ward and Palmer and of John Ward, 1872-1898. 
Mainly letters and papers of a legal character; also some business papers. 

8138. Vols. 649 to 743.— Mss. of James F. Joy, 1855 to about 1890. The 
material in \-ols. 649-733 is similar to that in the preceding volumes of Joy 
manuscripts. The names of the railroads with the numbers of the volumes 
are as follows: Chicago and Michigan lake shore, 649, 650, 662-664, 667-671, 
733; Chicago. Burlington and Quincy, 651, 655-657. 665, 667-676, 681. 696, 
702, 706. 708-711, 725, 727, 728; Chicago, Clinton, Dubuque and Minnesota, 
678-703, 724; Detroit and Bay City, 653-711, 722, 724; Detroit, Eel River and 
Illinois, 660-664, 673; Detroit. Lansing and Lake Michigan. 649-664. 674; 
Detroit, Lansing and northern, 679-711 ; Flint and Pere Marquette, 680; Fort 
Wa\Tic, Jackson and Saginaw. 687, 694-698, 725; Jackson, Lansing and Sagi- 
naw, 661, 665, 675, 697, 698, 704-713, 726; Lake shore and Michigan southern, 
655, 659. 722; Michigan central. 650-733; Wi.sconsin Valley, 650-671, 678, 679, 
688, 690, 691, 698-701. \'ols. 734-743 contain mainly accounts, receipts and 
cancelled bank checks. 

8139. Vol. 744. — Mss. of James F. Joy, and from the Revenue office, Sault 
Ste. Marie, 1799-1872. About forty pages of cancelled bank checks of James 
F. Jo>', 1872. The rest of the volume contains manuscripts from the Revenue 
office at Sault Ste. Marie, 1799-1807. 

8140. Vols. 745 to 777. — Mss. from the Revenue office, Sault Ste. Marie, 
1802-1871. r^Iainly manifests of cargoes, reports, lists of instructions and 
correspondence. Some relate to lighthouses. 

8141. Vols. 778 to 785.— Mss. of Peter P. Wright, lawyer of Delhi, Dela- 
ware county, Xew York, 1825-1858. Mainly letters and ]Dapers of a legal 
<^haracter. 

8142. Vols. 786 to 787.— Mss. of Peter P. Wright and of Daniel W. 
Howard and James M. Welch, war claims agency, Detroit, 1859-1877. Part 
of the Wright manuscripts cover 1859 and 1S60 and part are undated. The 



106 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

Howard and Welch manuscripts cover 1863-1877 and relate mainh- to the 
discharge of soldiers, claims for bounty and back pay, and pensions. 

8143. Vols. 788 to 793.— Mss. of James F. Joy, 1819-1895. Vols. 788 and 

789 contain mainly manuscripts from the law office of Joy and Porter; vols. 

790 and 791 a large number of mansucripts relating to mining interests in 
the upper peninsula; and vols. 792 and 793 considerable information on rail- 
roads. 

8144. Vol. 794.— Mss. of James F. Joy and of John Ward, 1797-1908. 
Over 100 pages of letters and papers of Joy and Porter, legal in nature. Then 
Bible references and a sermon of Rev. Henry Axtell, Presbyterian Minister, 
Geneva, New York; list of births, deaths, and marriages at Saco, Maine, 1819- 
1843; material on exports and imports of the Port of Detroit; and monthly 
meteorological summary, Detroit, Feb., 1908. Pages 170 to the end consist 
of letters and papers of John Ward of a legal and business character. 

8145. Vols. 795 to 796. — Mss. of the Campau family, and of Ward and 
Palmer, 1791-1865. The Campau manuscripts consist of deeds, leases, con- 
tracts, receipts, lists of tenants, U. S. land certificates and papers relating to 
the estate of Joseph Campau. The Campau manuscripts only fill about 170 
pages of vol. 796. The remainder of the volume contains manuscripts of the 
law firm of Ward and Palmer. 

8146. Vols. 797 to 816.— Mss. of Ward and Palmer, and of John Ward, 
1851-1904. Mainly letters and papers of a legal character. 

8147. Vols. 817 to 819.— Mss: of Thomas Williams, 1771-1804. Mainly 
letters and papers of a business character, including material on the fur trade. 

8148. Vols. 820 to 823.— Mss. of John R. Wilhams, 1784-1849. Largely 
letters and papers of a business character. Vol. 820 contains material 
on the fur trade and vols. 821 and 823 infomiation on the Mexican \^'ar. 

8149. Vol. 824.— Mss. from Biddeford, York county, Mass., 1721-1821. 

8150. Vol. 825.— Mss. of Robert Sanders, 1807-1809. Mainly corre- 
spondence of a business character; also some information on political questions. 

8151. Vols. 826 to 827.— Mss. of John R. Williams, mostly undated. 
Mainly letters and papers of a business nature and include information on 
the fur trade and on military matters. A considerable portion of vol. 827 is 
filled with count}^ records of Huron county, 1867-1902, including orders on 
the county treasury, record of votes cast, list of assessments on townships, 
and liquor licenses issued in 1902. 

8152. Vol. 828.— Mss. of WilHam and Francis Button, 1843-1909. Aboui 
eighty-five pages of accounts; receipts; deeds; contracts and specifications for 
the construction of buildings in Detroit; and papers relating to the estate of 
George Perring, some in the name of Francis Perring, the administrator. 
The rest of the volume contains deeds, accounts, receipts and papers relating 



MANUSCRIPTS 107 

to the settlement of the estate of William Button, of which Francis Button 
was administrator. 

8153. Vol. 829.— Mss. of Thomas Palmer and of Alphcus Fclch, 1S20- 
1850. Include jxipers on 5:;:rantinj^ the public domain to settlers; on claims 
against French f^o\'emment ; on railroad communication between the Atlantic 
and Pacific about 1850; speeches, evidently of Alpheus Felch, in Congress; 
capitulation of General Hull in 1812; reports of the War dep't., 1850, on the 
ntimbcr of soldiers in various wars ; printed memorials to Congress ; statement 
of appropriations for the Cumberland road to December 31, 1820; deeds to 
property-, mainh' to Thomas Palmer; information on Carver's grant; and p. 
140 to end mainh- records of Wayne count}-. 

8154. Vols. 830 to 833.— Mss. of Alpheus Felch, 1835-1880. Vol. 830 also 
contains records of Wayne count\-. The rest of this collection contains many 
important letters and papers while Alpheus Felch was in public life, which 
give information on the banks in the thirties, on the attitude of the people 
toward state and national political issues; on factions in the Democratic party; 
on Indians; internal improvements; and on lands and land surveys. 

8155. Vols. 834 to 841.— Mss. of Harper's and St. Mary's U. vS. General 
hospitals and Post hospital at Detroit Barracks, 1864-1866. Muster rolls 
of sick and wounded soldiers; lists of sick and wounded under treatment; 
lists of patients admitted, returned to duty, discharged, deserted, died and 
granted furloughs; clothing issued; etc. 

8156. Vols. 842 to 844.— Mss. of Thomas Williams and of John R. Wil- 
liams, 1778-1851. Large number of accounts, receipts, promissory notes and 
orders for goods. Vol. 842 also contains material on the fur trade; vol. 843 
extracts from the legislative journals for 1847 and papers relating to work 
on Grand Circus Park in Detroit; and vol. 844 consists largely of Hsts of 
voters and returns of elections in Hamtramck Township, Wayne co., 1839- 
1851. 

8157. Vol. 845.— xMss. of Ward Monroe (Munro), 1827-1866. ^Mostly 
letters of a private character; receipts; accounts; deeds to property; copy of 
oath taken by native Americans; and papers relating to the school in Seneca 
Falls. Xew York. 

8158. Vol. 846.— Mss. of Charles C. Trowbridge, 1855-1859. Cover 160 
pages and include financial reports of the Detroit and Milwaukee railroad; 
correspondence relative to purchases and shipment of rails and other railroad 
material ; and deeds to property. Also map of the battle ground of Gettys- 
burg. Pages 170 to end of vol. contain early Detroit documents and letters, 
and include letters of a business and legal nature of Elijah Brush of Detroit 
in 1801; election returns of Hamtramck township, Wayne county in 1839; 
and correspondence of a political character in 1845. 

8159. Vols. 847 to 857.— Mss. of the law firms of Albert H.. Wilkinson and 



108 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

Hoyt Post, and of Elisha A. Fraser and Jasper C. Gates; and of the business 
firm of Thomas McGraw and co., 1861-1892. The manuscripts of Fraser and 
Gates appear in vols. 851-853, 855 and 856. The manuscripts of Thomas 
McGraw and co. are found in vols. 847, 852-854 and 857, and relate to prices, 
shipments, kind and quality of wool. Vol. 847 contains about sixty-five pages, 
of letters of Elijah Brush, 1801; vols. 850 and 851 contain deeds on which 
appears the name of Eleanor L. Campau, 1867-1881; vol. 853 manuscripts of 
Ellen and Elizabeth and John Gibson ; and vol. 857 a few letters of D. Farrand 
Henry, 1876, relating to the Detroit water works. 

8160. Vol. 858.— Mss. of D. Fairand Henry and of Thomas McGraw and' 
CO. The correspondence of D. Farrand Henry covers about one hundred and 
fifty pages and relates to technical details, to problems confronting a water 
works engineer, to appointments, and the exchange of reports. The rest of the 
volume contains correspondence and accounts of Thomas McGraw and co., 
1861-1865, relative to the wool business. 

8161. Vols. 859 to 866.— Mss. of Thomas McGraw and co., 1865-1870, 
Relate mainly to the wool business. 

8162. Vols. 867 to 869.— Mss. of Wilkinson and Post and of Thomas 
McGraw and co., 1852-1892. The Wilkinson and Post manuscripts are legal 
and business in character. The manuscripts of Thomas McGraw and co, 
relate to the wool business. Vol. 868 also contains manuscripts of Fraser and 
Gates and a large portion of vol. 869 is filled with deeds. 

8163. Vol. 870. — Mss. of Rev. Charles Brooks, a resident of Cambridge,. 
Medford and Hingham, Mass., 1791-1870. 

8164. Vols. 871 to 872. — Collection of deeds to property arranged alpha- 
betically according to the location of the property. Vol. 871 also contains; 
manuscripts relating to the estate of Ezra French, Rockingham co., N. H.„ 
1788-1814, and vol. 872 a number of wills. 

8165. Vols. 873 to 876. — Records of Lenox township, Macomb county,, 
about 1840-1879. Largely tax materials; proceedings of meetings of the 
township board; reports of school inspectors and highway commissioners; 
oaths of constables ; reports on township elections and directions to road over- 
seers. Vol. 874 also contains papers of Jacob M. Howard, 1844-1856; Samuel 
Zug, 1855-1860 and James Farrell, 1870-1900. Vol. 876 also contains several 
pages of manuscripts relating to judicial, Indian and political affairs, 1828- 
1848. 

8166. Vols. 877 to 882.— Mss. of Cornelius J. O'Flynn, 1851-1910. Mainly 
manuscripts of a legal character, especially papers relating to cases in court, 

8167. Vols. 883 to 894.— Mss. of Wilkinson and Post, 1854-1891. Largely 
manuscripts of a legal character, together with cancelled checks, deeds and 
other business papers. Vols. 883 and 885 also contain manuscripts of Thomas 



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MANUSCRIPTS 109 

^IcGraw and co. rclatinj^ to the wool business, and vols. 893 and 894 receipts 
of Charles L. Ortmann for money i)aid on school lands in Marquette co. and 
deeds to tax kinds in Ojjjemaw co. 

8168. Vol. 895. — Mss. of Wilkinson and Post, and of Jasper C. Gates, 
1894-1895; of D. Farrand Henry. 1869-1872; and of PhiHp Breitmeycr, 1910. 
The Wilkinson and Post, and the Gates manuscripts fill about forty-five 
pages and consist of letters and papers of a legal character. The Henry 
manuscripts cover seventy-five pages and consist of correspondence relative 
to the lake survey and engineering problems. The Breitmeycr manuscripts 
contain correspondence relative to appointments; messages; and recommenda- 
tions to the city council while Air. Breitmeycr was mayor of Detroit. 

8169. Vols. 896 to 903.— Mss. of Philip Breitmeycr, 1907-1910. Mostly 
manuscripts while Philij) Breitmeycr was mayor and consist of messages to 
the council; papers relating to meetings and conventions; ordinances; work 
of city departments; and notices of desertions from the U. S. Navy and de- 
scriptive lists of deserters. 

8170. Vols. 904 to 905.— xMss. of Clarence M. Burton, 1874-1886. Largely 
correspondence and papers of a private and business character. 

8171. Vols. 906 to 907. — Mss. of Christopher Champlin of Newport, 1766- 
1790; and mss. of the Town of Dartmouth, 1775-1842. 

SI 72. Vol. 908. — Miscellaneous mss. Volume contains in j^art manu- 
scripts of the Town of Dartmouth, 1842-1852. The last one hundred pages is 
miscellaneous in character and includes letters, petitions, etc. to General 
Haldimand, 1780-1781 ; histories of the first Sunday School and First Baptist 
church of Benton Harbor, Mich.; newspaper clippings; and material relating 
to Joseph Chew and family. 

8173. Vols. 909 to 959.— Mss. of Solomon Sibley, 1766-1824. Letters and 
papers both legal and business in character and contain infonnation on the 
War of 1812; Territorial politics; Indian affairs; and lands. Vols. 910 to 943 
contain a large collection of manuscripts of James O'Hara, contractor, and 
James Henry, contractor's agent, and papers relating to the James Henry 
estate, some of the volumes being almost entirely filled with them. These 
relate chiefly to supijlying U. vS. troops with provisions. 

8174. Vol. 960. — Miscellaneous mss. Relate mainly to matters outside 
of Michigan. 

8175. Vols. 961 to 969.— Mss. of Solomon Sibley, 1805 to about 1837. 
Letters and papers relating to legal matters, poHtical questions, Indian affairs 
and lands. Vol. 964 also contains papers of Ebenezer Sproat Sibley, Assistant 
Quarterma.ster, U.S. Army. 1839, and vol. 969 manuscripts in 1847 relating 
to the appraisement of land in Berrien county in behalf of the Michigan cen- 
tral railroad co. and maps of land along the railroad. 



110 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8176. Vols. 970 to 971. — Miscellaneous mss. Vol. 970 contains letters of 
Thomas Palmer, 1830-1842, of a business and legal character; reports of 
troops, 1813; historical data on Detroit; correspondence of Thomas Rowland, 
1820-1827, of a private nature. Vol. 971 contains proceedings of a meeting 
in 1821 in favor of the election of John McCarty as Territorial delegate in 
Congress; U. S. land certificates; biographical sketches of J. M. Bulkley, 
Cyrus Griflfin and Henry Barnard; correspondence with Henry R. School- 
craft, 1836; deeds to property; list of officers of the militia at Detroit, 1788; 
and Acts of the British Parliament in 1766. 

8177. Vols. 972 to 973.— Mss. of William Wadsworth and Wedworth 
Wadsworth, 1822-1856. Letters written to these men from Monroe, Rochester 
•and other points in Michigan giving the opinion of the writer on the best 
sections; and information on the price of land; new settlements; internal 
improvements; Toledo War; panic of 1837; and prospects of the Grand river 
valley. Vol. 973 also contains maps of Monroe and the City of Columbia on 
the Grand river. 

8178. Vols. 974 to 1006.— Mss. of E. S. Sibley, 1836-1853. Requisitions, 
returns, receipts, invoices, accounts with receipts of pa>Tnent attached, lists 
of persons and property employed, pay rolls, and other papers and corre- 
spondence of the office of Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. Army. 

8179. Vols. 1007 to 1009. — Mss. relating mainly to affairs in Hingham, 
Mass., 1764-1887. 

8180. Vol. 1010.— Miscellaneous mss., 1777-1814. Manuscripts of Capt. 
William Kent, 1777-1795, cover fifty-six pages and consist mainly of receipts, 
promissory notes, accounts with Boston merchants, and some private corre- 
spondence. Correspondence of Gen. Green Clay, 1813-1814, fills about one 
hundred thirty pages and con.sists mainly of letters written to him relating 
to appointments of officers and to provisions at Fort Meigs. The volume also 
contains several reports on the guard and police at Camp Meigs, and a record 
of the Brady family. 

8181. Vols. 1011 to 1035.— Mss. of E. S. Sibley, 1847-1851. Similar in 
character to those in vols. 974 to 1006. 

8182. Vol. 1036. — Miscellaneous mss., 1753-1868. Include letters of Capt. 
Otho Hamilton and Capt. J. Hamilton from Placentia, Newfoundland, 1753- 
1760, relative to miHtary matters; of James Miller, 1811-1812, relative to 
Indian affairs and military matters; of Osmund Tower, 1861-1868, political 
in character; manuscripts of Benson J. Lossing relative to the career of 
General Simon Perkins and to military matters; list of prizes captured by 
private vessels of Salem during the War of 1812; and some correspondence of 
General A. Butler and of General Lewis Cass. 

8183. Vols. 1037 to 1083.— Mss. of E. S. Sibley, 1851-1856. Similar in 
character to those in the above volumes of manuscripts of E. S. Sibley. 



MANUSCRIPTS 111 

8184. Vol. 1084. — Miscellaneous mss. Include deeds, 1786-1814; corre- 
spondence. 18()()-18I5, mostly relating to military matters; genealof^ical 
material on the Hinckley family; copy of the Free Soil song sung at Buffalo 
in 1848; and printed proceedings of the meeting of the Connecticut Society 
for the Promotion of Freedom, Sept. IS, 1792. 

8185. Vols. 1085 to I150.--Mss. of E. S. Sibley, 1829-1858. Vols. 1085- 
1112 and 1 LSI -1150 contain material similar to that in the above volumes of 
Sibley manuscripts; vols. 1113 to 1129 material relating to Territorial roads; 
and vols. 1129 and 1130 manuscripts relating to Indiaji affairs, especially the 
removal of the Pottawatomis. 

8186. Vols. 1151 to 1153.— Mss. of Silas Farmer, 1702-1885. Collectiort 
of historical material gathered by Silas Farmer for his writings. It consist.? 
chiefly of copies of original manuscripts ; extracts from books of travel ; from 
newspapers ; and answers to inquiries, and contains a good deal of information 
on Detroit in the 18th and early 19th centuries; a number of papers on Cadil- 
lac, including a copy of his Memoirs taken from French Archives; extracts from 
the Memoirs of Chevelier dc Beauchene in 1733; and a copy of Charclvoix's 
account of Detroit in 1721. 

8187. Vols. 1154 to 1157.— Mss. of John Clark, 1820-1866. Relate ta 
business matters, John Clark being dealer in general merchandise. Vols. 
1154 and 1155 also contain papers relating to the estate of Francis Browning. 

8188. Vols. 1158 to 1165.— xMss. of Luther S. Trowbridge, 1858-1872. 
Relate to both legal and business matters. Vols. 1158 and 1159 also contain 
manuscripts of the law firm of Alexander W. Buel and Luther S. Trowbridge. 

8189. Vols. 1166 to 1172.— Mss. of William C. Maybury, 1893-1900. 
Relate to business matters and political affairs, and include accounts, re- 
ceipts, notices of sale of lands for delinquent taxes and letters from the 
Standard life and accident insurance co., Detroit, of which Maybury was 
managing director; Corbin cabinet lock co.. New BriUun, Conn.; Union 
casualty and surety co., of St Louis; and correspondence of the Alma mining, 
milling and smelting co., of which Ma\-bury was president. Vols. 1168 to 
1171 contain a good deal of correspondence of a political character during 
the campaign for election of ma^'or of Detroit in 1897. and letters from lodges. 

8190. Vols. 1173 to 1187.— Mss. of Philip Breitmeyer. 1909-1910. Mainly 
typewritten letters writtsn to Mr. Breitmeyer while mayor of Detroit and 
copies of letters written by him. The\' relate to issuing and rewoking of 
licenses; appointments; provisions of ordinajices and of the charter; invita- 
tions to address meetings of citizens and organizations; and reports from 
departmental officers to the mayor. A great deal of information can be 
gleaned from these manuscripts about the government of the city; and the 
attitude of the people toward leading questions of municipal government. 
Problems connected with the Detroit united railway take up considerable 



112 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

space. Vol. 1187 is partly filled with manuscripts of the Detroit motor com- 
pany which consist chiefly of accounts of this company. 

8191. Vols. 1188 to 1191.— Mss. of Clarence M. Burton, 1874-1899. 
Mostly letters and papers of a business character, data on historical subjects 
and infomiation of a genealogical nature. In the front of volume 1188 are 
manuscripts relating to Indian affairs, 1823-1824; list of members of Detroit 
lodges; deeds; and receipts. 

8192. Vols. 1192 to 1194.— Mss. of Robert P. Toms, 1861-1894. Legal 
and business in character. A considerable portion of these volirmes are filled 
with manuscripts of Nelson H. Wing and relating to his estate. 

8193. Vols. 1195 to 1200.— Mss. of D. Farrand Henry, 1873-1885. Chiefly 
private business papers; and manuscripts relating to various matters con- 
nected with the Detroit waterworks, of which D. Farrand Henry was ap- 
pointed Chief Engineer in 1872. 

8194. Vol. 1201. — Miscellaneous mss. from Bridgeton, Maine, 1780-1846. 

8195. Vols. 1202 to 1203.— Mss. of Benson John Lossing. Important 
material consisting mainly of data on the War of 1812, especially the military 
.hiistory and biographical sketches of officers, including correspondence in 
the fifties and sixties relative to events in the War of 1812; and a copy of 
Treaty of Peace, December 24, 1814. Also deeds and legal papers. 

8196. Vols. 1204 to 1208.— Mss. of Dewitt C. Holbrook, 1856-1900. Re- 
late chiefly to legal and business matters, including considerable material on 
Port Huron propert}'; inventory of Holbrook's property; list of books; land 
contracts; deeds; and papers relative to the settlement of the Holbrook estate. 

8197. Vols. 1209 to 1211.— Mss. chiefly of Alvah Bradish and Charies C. 
Trowbrdige, 1831-1899. The Bradish manuscripts consist largely of letters 
of congratulation, introduction and commendation; and correspondence rela- 
tive to paintings and the taking of lessons in painting. Many of the Trow- 
bridge manuscripts relate to railroads and to the pa}'Tnent of claims. Vol. 
1211 also contains correspondence of Thomas M. Cooley, B. F. Graves, 
Zachariah Chandler and Herbert Bowen. 

8198. Vols. 1212 to 1214.— Mss. of Dewitt C. Holbrook. 1870-1886. Con- 
sist largely of accounts, receipts, deeds, stock certificates of mining companies 
and papers of a legal character. Manuscripts of Fred G. Russell also appear 
in vols. 1213 and 1214, a considerable portion of which relate to the Holbrook 
estate and are dated 1889-1900. 

8199. Vols. 1215 to 1219. — Miscellaneous mss. The general character of 
this material is as follows: vol. 1215, largely deeds, wills and receipts, 1816- 
1895; vol. 1216, manuscripts, 1795-1858, relating mainh^ to matters outside of 
Michigan; vol. 1217, correspondence of legal and private character of James 
V. Campbell, Thomas M. Cooley and Elijah W. Morgan; and letters of Alvah 



MAXUSCRIPTS li:} 

Bradish relating to paintint,'s; vol. 1218, manuscripts of Elijah W. Morgan, 
1829-1845, legal and business in character, and of Alvah Bradish relating to 
paintings; vol. 1219. largely manuscripts of Alvah Bradish, some of which 
relate to the publication of Memoirs of Douglass Houghton. 

8200. Vols. 1220 to 1276.— Mss. of the Palmer family, 1811-1904. \'r)l. 
1220 contains letters and papers of a business character of Friend and Thomas 
Palmer; and corresijondence of a ]:)rivate, legal and business nature of James 
Withcrell, Mrs. Amy Witherell and Polly Witherell. Vols. 1221 to 1215 con- 
sist largcl_\' of letters and i)apers of a business character of Friend and Thomas 
Palmer. 1816-1847. Beginning with vol. 1248 there are a large number of 
manuscripts of Thomas W. Palmer. In addtiton to valuable letters and 
papers of a business and political character there is a large collection of j^rivate 
correspondence with his father and mother; his sisters Julia and Sara; and his 
brothers-in-law Henr>' M. Roby and Henry W. Hubbard. Vols. 1264 to 1273 
contain manuscripts of Friend Palmer, 1861-1904, many of which relate to 
his work in the quartermaster's department and the settlement of civil war 
claims of the state against the United States. V^ols. 1274 to 1276 contain 
calling cards, invitations, pictures, etc. 

8201. Vol. 1277. — Miscellaneous mss. About one hundred pages contain 
business ieiiers of Nathan \V. Brooks, merchant at Detroit, 1837. Most of 
rest of volume consists of letters to T. B. Howard, Comptroller General of 
Georgia; four private letters of Rev. George N. Smith, 1833-1857; and copies 
of two letters from R. Tinckham to his brother, 1831, one giving an account 
of his trip through southwestern Michigan. 

8202. Vols. 1278 to 1279.— Mss. of Messrs. Atwood and company of 
Philadelphia, 1856-1857. \'ol. 1279 also contains manuscripts of Thomas W. 
Palmer. 1852-18.=:9. 

8203. Vols. 1280 to 1283.— M.ss. chiefly of George Dennett, Portsmouth, 
N. H., 1776-1850. Vol. 1283 also contains manuscripts of Lewis Cass, Bela 
Hubbard and E. B. Ward. 

8204. Vols. 1284 to 1299.— Mss. of Luther S. Trowbridge, 1866-1873. 
Relate mainly to business, legal and political matters and include corre- 
spondence with officers of the Collins iron company of Lake Superior and the 
Silver mining company of Silver Islet, Lake Superior; and infonnation on 
lands in northern Michigan and coal interest in Missouri. 

8205. Vols. 1300 to 1304.— Mss. of Emory Wendell, 1863-1899. Consist 
largely of accounts; receipts; cancelled bank checks; land contracts; memo- 
randum notes; and correspondence of a business character, jDart of which 
relates to the banking business. 

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114 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN "■ 

B 

Account Books, Diaries, Letter Books, Etc. 

IVliss G. B. Krum, Librarian in Charge, Burton Historical Collection, furnished the titles- 
for this section. 

8206. Adams, C. S., estate. Land book. [Detroit] 1853-1873. 

Ledger accounts of buyers on contract. (Pencilled notes by S. D. Miller). 
Ledger accounts due E. S. Sibley for land bought on contract, 1856-1879. 11 pages near 
front of vol. 

8207. Aetna base b?Jl association, Detroit. Record book. [Detroit] 18 74-. 
1876. 

Records and ledger accounts. 

8208. Albright, Egbert F. [Reminiscences of Detroit, 1836-1852]. 1914. 
10, 4 p. 

Given to C. M. Burton, in an interview, Juty 29, 1914. 

8209. Alexander, Charles Towne. Letter book. [Detroit] September 18, 
1897-Jime 3, 1898. 

8210. Alexander, Charles Towne and Paddock, Lewis H. Journal. [De- 
troit] Alarch. 30, 1900-April. 30, 1902. 

8211. Allegan land company. vSales books, [n. p.] 1835-1849. 2 v. 

Volumes are respectively as follows: 1835-1841 (Memo, of sales. — List of wild lands),, 
and 1835-1849 (Memo, of sales. — List of wild lands. — Lands sold for Boston company. — 
Taxes paid by Boston company. — Taxes paid by Allegan company). 

8212. Amboy, Lansing and Traverse Bay railroad company. Freight de- 
livery book. [Lansing] July 27, lS64-January 20, 1865. 

Many leaves lacking. 

C. C. Trowbridge, receiver. 

8213. , . Journal. De- 
troit, November 30, 1864-February 28, 1865. 

8214. , . Letter book 

[receiver's]. Detroit, November 1, 1864-November 20, 1866. 

Letter book [private] of C. C. Trowbridge, p. 169 to end of vol. 

8215. Anderson, Ebenezer. Cash book. [Detroit] August 13, 1869- 
August 13, 1874. 

Ledger accounts (including receiver's receipts and dividends), p. 101-172. 

8216. Askin, Charles. Diary and memoranda. Strabane, 1841-1858. 
(In Askin, John. Invoice book, 1798-1799. Last half of volume) . 

8217. Askin, Charles and James. Day book. Strabane, June 24, 1803- 
December31, 1804. 



MANUSCRIPTS 115 

8218. , . Ledgers. [Strabane] 1805-1807. 2 v. 

First volume covers 1805-1896 and contains their Sales book at Canhorough, Ont., 1813- 
1815, 6 p. in the center of the volume. The other volume covers 1805-1807. A few accounts 
in the vol. are balanced in later years. John Askin's account is current to 1811. 

8219. Askin, John. Account book. [Detroit] October 6, 1 7S0-Fcbruary 
28. 17S2. 

Account current with John Askin & co. 

8220. , . Bill book. [Albany, etc.] 1761-1762. 

Promis.sory notes, drafts, receipts, bills of exchange, etc., relating to Mr. Askin's mer- 
•cantile business in Albany. Some are signed John Askin & co. (i. e. John Askin & James 
Oordon). 

8221. , . Inventon- book. Detroit. January 1, 1787. 

Slaves, houses and lands, boats, live stock and grain, implements and tools, furniture, 
books, mdse. and outstanding accounts. 

8222. , . Invoice book. [Detroit] April 25, 1798-April 10, 1799. 

General merchandise and liquors consigned by James and Andrew McGill, Montreal, to 
John Askin. 

Furs consigned by John Askin to J. & A. McGill. 

Silver works and liquors consigned by J. & A. McGill to John Anderson & co. 

Furs consigned bv John Anderson & co. to J. & A. McGill. 

Diary of Charles Askin, 1841-1858, in last half of vol. 

8223. , . Journals. Detroit, [etc.] 1780-1804. 10 v. 

8224. , . Ledgers. Detroit [and Strabane] 1783-1814. 15 v. 

8225. , . Letter book. Michilimackinac, April 27-July 7, 

1778. 176 p. 

8226. , . Memorandum book. [Detroit] March 30, 1785- 

December 31, 1786. 

Memoranda, June 10, 1 789-September 2, 1790. (In his Ledger, 1789-90. 17 p. at end 
of vol.). 
Indexed. 

8227. Austin, Fred. G., as trustee in bankruj^tcy of Cameron Currie c^- 

■company, complainant vs. Hayden. Charles, et al.. defendants, various 

paging. 

Typewritten. 
Dej)ositions. 

8228. Backus, M. Claim book. [n. p.] March, 1803-April, 1807. 
Called "Docket Book." 

8229. Baker, Harris W., et al., Hbcllants, vs. Barges "Tycoon" and 
■"Mikado," The Michigan and Ohio ferry company, respondents. 280 p. 

Typewritten. 

8230. Baldwin & Silsby. Journal. Detroit. September 1, 1836-July 20, 
1839. 2 V. 

Hardware merchants. 

8231. . Ledger [A]. [Detroit] 1835-1839. 



116 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8232. Bank of Michigan. Letter book. Detroit, January 11-July 7, 1837. 

[C. C. Trowbridge, president]. 
Henry K. Sanger, cashier. 
Thos. J. Hulbert, ass't cashier. 

8233. Barnes, L. S. L. Memorandum book. [n. p., n. d.]. 
A few entries only, and these are remedies for specific ailments. 

8234. Barstow & Lockwood. Cash book. Detroit, October 2, 1847- 
September 20, 1854. 

8235. . Letter books. [Detroit] February 24, 1840- 

August 8, 1849. 3 v. 

8236. Barthe, Jean Baptiste, & CO. Ledger. Sault Ste. Marie, 1775-1779. 

Debits are for equipments of men engaged to trade for the company, the value to be re- 
turned in peltries. 

Credits are the year's wage of the "engage" to be paid in money. 
French text 

8237. , , . Sales book. Sault Ste. Marie, Septem- 
ber 4, 1774- June 1, 1779. 

"Journale des chose que je vens au savage et leur done [dons]" Fly-leaf. 
The 'things he sold' were chiefly rum and tobacco, taking peltries in paj^ment. 
Several pages at the end of the volume are used for the accounts of St. Anne's churchy 
Detroit, 1806-1807, in the handwriting of Etienne Dubois. 
French text. 

8238. Batchewanung land and mining company. Certificate stub-book. 
Detroit, November 18, 1864-December 13, 1881. 

8239. . Record book. Detroit,, 

November 16, 1864-October 28, 1872. 

8240. Beaubien, Jean Baptiste. Ledgers. Detroit, 1766-1810. 2 v. 

8241. Begole, Josiah W. [Manuscripts]. December 1, 1882-June 18, 1883^ 

Contents. — Five letters of J. W. Begole to railroad officials soliciting mileage books, and 
in acknowledgement of same and of annual pass. — Porter, H. C. Letter (copy) to J. W. 
Begole mentioning inclosure of mileage book for use over the Flint and Pere Marquette 
railroad. — Meddaugh, E. W. Letter to S. R. Callaway, gen. manager of Chicago and 
Grand Trunk railway co., suggesting that a pass be granted rather than a mileage book. 
Two excerpts from the Detroit post and tribune with facsimiles of Gov. Begole's letters. 

8242. Berrien county. [Papers relating to the transfer of land in Berrien^ 
Ionia and Ottawa counties, Mich., 1835-1837J. 

29 pieces. 

Include account against the "Proprietors of Port Sheldon" by their agents, Edward P. 
Deacon and Alex. H. Jaudon, December, 1836. 

8243. Bissell, Mary E. Diaries. Detroit, February 5, 1862-January 7, 

1864. 3 V. 

Diaries of a schoolgirl who is attending the Detroit female seminary, 42 Fort st., as a day 
pupil. Social, family and church notes give interest to this daily exposition of Detroit, 
doings. 

8244. Blesch, August F. Contract house with Otto H. Schneider & co> 
[Detroit] August 19, 1908-April 17, 1912. 

Exhibit re Mechanics' liens suits. 

George L. Canfield, attorney for defendant. 



MANUSCRIPTS 117 

8245. Brady & co. Bank books. Detroit River savings bank. Detroit, 
June 15. 189S-October 30, 1901. 2 v. 

Brady (Preston Brady) & co. dealers in building and mining supplies. 

8246. . Check stub-books. Detroit River savings bank. 

Detroit, November 25, lS99-September 16, 1902. 3 v. 

8247. . Index book. [Detroit, 1900?]. 

Ledger index. "Ex. 14." 

8248. . Journal. [Detroit, February, 1900-Novembcr. 1902]. 

8249. . Letter book. Detroit, June 26, 1901-June 3, 1902. 

8250. . Sales book. [Detroit] October 27, 1900-March 24, 

1903. 

8251. British museum. French-Indian war. Additional manuscript 
158 74, [p. 208-3 12b]. 88 p. 

Copy made for C. M. Burton, London, 1907. 

Contents. — Narrative of what passed on the River Ohio, 1753. — General state of the points 
now depending between Great Britain and France, 1754. — State of the actual possessions 
of Great Britain in N. A. at the Treaty of Utrecht, 1713. — [Letters, memoirs, and projects 
for preliminary- agreement between the ambassadors and ministers] 1755. 

8252. Browning, Francis P. Cash book. Detroit, May 27. 1830-August 

16. 1833. 

Opened for cash entries, but has many memoranda and other entries transferred to Day 
book or "bill". 

8253. , . Day books. Detroit, July 13, 1825- August 14, 

1834. 6 v 



> 
v. 




J 


:> V. 





8254. , . Journals. Detroit, October 4, 1824-February 

16. 1835. 

8255. , . Ledgers. [Detroit] 1825-1834. 2 v 

8256. Buck, Amos. Cash book. [Denmark, Mich., 1845-1846J. not 

paged.— Ledger. [Flat Rock, Mich., 1849-1852J. 53 p. 

Business at Denmark not identified from entries. Engaged with A. J. Peck, of Flat 
Rock, as clerk in store, January 1 1, 1849, and ledger entries refer to old store accounts and 
to present expenses. 

8257. Burnham, James K., etalvs. Interstate casualty company of New 
York, garnishee defendant; Eva Winans, principal defendant, [et al]. In the 
Circuit court of the county of Wayne. Before Judge Carpenter and jur\-, 
June 28, 1897. 160 p. ' ' 

Typewritten copy. 

8258. Burton, Clarence Monroe. [Chronological notes on United States 

history]. 

An index to historical events compiled chiefly from the Michigan pioneer and historical 
society's Collections and Canada archives' Reports (A & B). 



118 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN ' 

8259. , . [Court and other records copied from 

original files] 1819-1849. [Detroit. 1910-1911]. 88,206 p. 

Typewritten. Indexed. 

Binder'.s title: Court journal, city hall attic. 

8260. , . Detroit, 1814-1860. [Detroit, 1907- 

1908]. 119-360 p. 

Typewritten. Indexed. 

Binder's title. 

Sources for this compilation are the various Detroit newspapers, 1833-1860; County 
clerk's office files, books A-C. 1823-1847; Chancerv court files; Supreme court records, 
1814-1822. 

8261. , . [Detroit in 1825-27, as compiled from 

the] Michigan herald, v. 1, no. 1, May 10, 1825-May 2, 1827. [Detroit, n. d.]. 

not paged. 

One entry, April 10, 1828. 
Binder's title: Michigan herald, 1825-1828. 
Copy 2. Typewritten. Indexed. 48, 229 p. 
Binder's title: Michigan herald, 1825-27. 

8262. , . [Detroit in 1833-1835, as compiled from 

the] Detroit courier, April 3, 1833-January 14, 1835. [Detroit, n. d.]. 213, 

128 p. - " 

Typewritten. Indexed. 

Binder's title: Detroit courier, 1833-1834. 

8263. , . [Detroit in 1835-37. as compiled from 

the] Free press, September 28, 1835-January 3, 1837. [Detroit] September 25, 

1911. 254 p. 

Copy 2. Typewritten. 309 p. 
Binder's title: Free press, 1835-1837. 
Index to Free press, 1835-1837. 149 p. 
T5'pewritten. 

8264. , . Detroit in 1836. [n. d.]. 15 p. 

Typewritten. 

A paper dealing with this period in the city's history as it concerns streets, cemeteries, 
"water works, schools, finances and prosperity, and obituary notices. 

8265. , . [Detroit in 1842-43, as compiled from 

the] Daily advertiser, January 5. 1842-August 26. 1843. [Detroit, n. d.]. 266, 

130 p. 

Typewritten. Indexed. 

Binder's title: Daily advertiser, 1842-43. 

8266. , . [Detroit in 1843-45. as compiled from 

the] Democratic free press, January 4, 1843-May 27, 1845. [Detroit, n. d.]. 

[169] p. 

Binder's title: Free press, 1843-4-5. 
Copy 2. Typewritten. Indexed. 243 p. 

8267. , . [Detroit in 1844-45, as compiled from 

the Democratic] free press, June 21, 1844-May 27, 1845. [Detroit, n. d.]. 

128, 60 p. 

Typewritten. Indexed. 

Binder's title: Free press, 1844-45. 



MANUSCRIPTS 119 

8268. , . (Detroit in 1S49, as compiled from the] 

Daily advertiser, January 1-December 31, 1S49. [Detroit, n. d.]. not paged. 

Binder's title: Daily advertiser, 184*). 

Copy 2. Typewritten. Indexed. Ml, 115 p. 

8269. , . [Detroit in 1850-1854, as compiled from 

the] Free press, January 9, lS50-Xovember 22 1851, and the Daily adver- 
tiser, January 9, 1851-July 17, 1854. [Detroit, n. d.]. not pa^ijed. 

Binder's title: Detroit, 1850-1854. 

8270. , . [Detroit in 1900]. [Detroit, 1900] . lip. 

Typewritten. 

Written for the new edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, as published by the Londorr 
times in 1900. 

8271. , . Diary of Detroit [as extracted from the 

current numbers of Detroit newspapers, July 25, 1817-January 3, 1837]. 5 v. 

Typewritten. 

With this are: Randall, Robert. Trial of Robert Randall and Charles Whitney for 
breach of privileges of the House of representatives, v. 5, p. 138-205. — Papers relating to 
the early history of Michigan university, v. 5, 207-261. — Edwards papers, v. 3, p. 619-650; 
V. 5, p. 262-264. 

8272. , . A journal [record] of my trip in 1904 

[Lake Xipissing and French River]. [41] p., genealogical table, map, 40 
photos. 

Typewritten copy also. 

8273. , . The Protestant orphan asyltim of De- 
troit [1821-1910]. [Detroit, 1910?]. 23 p. 

Typewritten. 

This institution was organized in 1821 under the name "The female benevolent society 
of the city of Detroit." 

8274. , . Shandcan club [a sketch] and bio- 
graphical notes of members. [Detroit, n. d.]. 

Ms. and typewritten copies. 

W^ith this are: Minutes of meetings of the Shandean club, March 23 and July 11, 1844. 

8275. Buxton, Mrs. Jane E. Bank book. The Preston national bank of 
Detroit. [Detroit] August 16. 1900-January 31. 1901. 

8276. Cadillac, Antoine de La Mothe. [Contract between Cadillac, 
Jacques Arrive called Delisle, and Joseph Gaulticr, debtors, and Fran(,>ois 
Hazeur, creditor, for the payment of 3158 livres, 1 sol, 5 denicrs, for trade 
merchandise]. Ville Marie [Montreal] September 17. 1694. 

8277. , . [Order to Sieur D'Argenteuil to re- 
port to Comte de Frontenac at Montreal on affairs at Michilimackinac]. 
October 2, 1695. 

8278. Cadillac manuscripts. Archives judiciaries du district de Quebec. 

Papiers trouvt-s dans unc liasse marquee: Grandmesnil. [5 juillet, 1707- 

1730?]. 48 p. 

Sales of land, contracts of marriage, etc. Signed, Grandmesnil, secretary [of Sieur 
Cadillac]. 



120 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

Inventory of Cadillac's property in Detroit, August 25, 1711. Signed, Cherubin Deniau, 
priest, p. 36-47. 

Bound with these are: Cadillac papers. Records relating to Cadillac, 1697-1709, at 
Quebec and Montreal. Signed, Chambalon. 

8279. . [Records from the French archives relating 

to Canada, 1669-1730]. 12 v. 

Paged continuously. 

Manuscript copies made in Paris for C. M. Burton. 

English translation made in London for C. M. Burton l)y Brown & Stevens. 12 v. 

8280. . [Records relating to Cadillac at Quebec and 

Montreal, 1697-1709]. 28 p. (With their Archives judiciaries. [1/07-1730?]. 

End of vol.). 

Judgments, procurations, etc. Signed, Chambalcn, [notary] at Quebec, Adhemar, 
[notary] at Montreal. 

8281. Campbell, James Valentine. [Alantiscripts]. 254 p. 

Typewritten copies made for C. M. Burton from manuscripts and papers, the property 
of Judge Campbell. 

Contents. — (By Judge Campbell) Local sketches — Detroit, p. 4-23. — Church beginnings 
in Michigan, p. 25-45. — Early French settlements and settlers about Detroit, p. 46-79. — 
Moravians in Michigan, p. 86-99. — The small perils of history, p. 100-113. — Land titles in 
Michigan, p. 143-174. — [Bloody Run and vicinity], p. 175-182.— Plan to buy Alichigan, 
1795, p. 183-187. — Corruption of names, p. 204. — Notes on Detroit places and incidents, 
p. 217-226. 

The age of steam, by Henry Whiting, 1830, p. 127-139. 

My vineyard in sun and breeze, by D. Bethune Duffield, 1866, p. 140-142. 

(Copies of documents) : 

Plan of Detroit in 1749, 1754, p. 1-3. — Memorial to Pres. Madison from citizens of 
Detroit concerning the administration of Gov. Hull [1809], p. 80-85. — Observations on 
the petitions to Congress of the inhabitants of the counties of Mackinaw, Brown and Craw- 
ford, 1821, p. 114-126. — Letter of Gov. Hull to Judge Woodward for information as to 
taking oath of office, 1808. p. 188. — Letter of C. C. Trowbridge to Judge Campbell on the 
character of Jefferson Davis, as reported to him by Gov. Doty, 1876, p. 189. — Public meet- 
ing of citizens of Detroit in regard to the imprisonment of John P. Sheldon for contempt of 
Supreme court, 1829, p. 191-194. — English translation, by C. C. Trowbridge, of letter of 
John R. WilHams to Gabriel Richard [1823] and Memorandum by C. C. T. that the letter 
was posted as a "Handbill" in a few towns where votes were expected, p. 195-202. — Com- 
mission to James May as Adjutant general by Gov. Hull, 1805, p. 203. — Letter of R. F. 
Cadle to Gov. Porter containing charges against Lewis Grigncn, 1834. — Summions to Jacob 
Visger as judge of the court of common pleas to attend contested election of Geo. McDougall, 
Oct. 23, 1800. — Gabriel Richard to C. C. Trowbridge on the death of Vincent Dupont, 
Aug. 28, 1832.— Letter of Judge Griffin to Judge Woodward at Washington, Dec. 1, 1808, 
p. 212-213. — Letter of acceptance of Wm. Woodbridge to the dinner given bj'' members of 
the bar and officers of the supreme court, Feb. 2, 1832, p. 214. — Promissory note of Michi- 
gan grand lodge to the Bank of Michigan for $125, Apr. 3. 1827, and note by C. C. Trow- 
bridge concerning payment, p. 215. — Recommendation that the Bank of Michigan loan 
vS2500 to meet the expenses of the convention at Ann Arbor, Dec. 12, 1836. (4 signatures), 
p. 215. — Papers relating to the proceedings of the canvassers at the election of 1825, p. 
226-242.— Statistics of Ste. Anne's church, 1700-1800, p. 243.— Call for a public meeting 
by the citizens of Detroit to demand protection from British cfiPcer, Jan. 27, 1813, p. 244. — 
Extract of Wavne co. records relating to subjects of Great Britain in the U. S., 1797, p. 
245-247.— List of votes for S. .Sibley in 1798, p. 248-254. 

8282. Canada. Archives. [Records relating to the history of Detroit, 
1760-1797]. 332 p. fold, plans. 

Manuscript copies, made in Ottawa by Douglass Brymner, archivist, for C. M. Burton. 
Index for series (Haldimand papers) and page, in pocket at end of vol. 

8283. . Custom house, Collingwood, Ont. Report outwards of the 

cargo of the steamer Lady Elgin, Collingwood to Mackinac, October 20, 1855. 



MANUSCRIPTS IJl 

8284. Canfield, George Lewis. [Admiralty notes], [n. d.]. 

8285. , . Case books flaw). [Detroit] lcS87-1909. 

9 V. 

8286. , . Check stuh-book. American exchan^^e 

national bank. Detroit. August 11, l<S93-October 30, 1894. 

8287. , . Diaries [professional]. [Detroit] 1904- 

190S. 3 V. 

8288. Case, William. Journal. Upper Canada, April 6, 1808-August 26. 
1809. 44 p. 

Typewritten copy made for C. M. Burton from the original in the possession of the Case 
family. 

The journal of a Methodist itinerant minister while traveling the Ancaster and Detroit 
circuits. The latter was on the Canadian side of the river and a society was formed at or 
near Maiden with 14 members, "tlie first and only Methodist society in 200 miles." p. vS5. 

A few later entries, undated for year, are bv Airs. Case, p. 42. 

"Catalogue of letters sent . . . " 1808-1811, p. 43-44. 

8289. Cass, Lewis. To Hon. J. C. Calhoun. [Washington]. Facsim. 

Ip. 

Recommendation of Henry and -. Baker, sons of Major Baker, for the U. S. 

Militar>- academy; also Newberry, of New York, now living at Detroit. 

8290. , . [Manuscripts]. 1799-1863. 

Contents. — Seven letters, 1819-186.?. — Two proclamations for organization of Oakland 
and St. Clair counties, 1820. — Two speeches on the Oregon question, 1846. — Thirty-two 
letters to Cass, 1816-1831. — Five miscellaneous letters, 1799-1825. — Deed and plat of land 
at Frenchtown [Monroe] from Jonathan Kearsley to Lewis Cass, May 23, 1845. — U. S. 
Army orders, Detroit, Alay 24, 1824, by John R. Williams. — Inventory of Cass papers. — 
Ledyard collection. — Deed of lot in Elmwood cemetery to Henry Ledyard, January 6, 1849. 

8291. Celoron [Celeron], Pierre Joseph. [Journal of an expedition to the 
Ohio in 1749J. 58 p. 

Typewritten copy of an English translation by Edmond De Hennetot. (Printed in 
Catholic historical researches, v. 2, 1885). 

The Journal is a daily record of the route followed and the incidents connected with the 
object of the expedition — to take possession of the country' in the name of Louis XV. The 
original document is preservx'd at Paris, in the archives of the Department of Marine. 

8292. Chapin, James Henry. [Autographs] dedicated to Alpha' delta phi, 
James H. Chapin, [Uni\'crsity of Michigan, class of 1868]. 

Many names are of the Michigan University fraternity. 

8293. Cheeseborough, Mrs. Alice T. Index book. Detroit. 1880. 

Intlex to accoimts. 

Inventory of personal property at 1069 Woodward Ave, Detroit, p. 68-100. 

8294. , . . Journal, Detroit, 1881. 

Rent accounts. 

8295. , . . Ledger. Detroit, 1881. 

Rent accounts. 

8296. Cicotte, Edward V. Reminiscences, taken stenographically by 
Herschel Whittaker. Detroit, 1891. 46 p. 

Typewritten. 



122 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8297. City of Toledo (steamer). Ledger (crew), [n. p.] September 30. 

1865-November 30, 1870. 

Wm. A. Moore, part owner. 

Selah Dustin, master. 

Seasons of 1865, 1869-1870, with balance sheets only for April-May, 1866. 

8298. Clark, John. Account with Alpheus Earl, June 1, 1844-January 1^ 
1866. (In Browning, F. P. Ledger. 1831-1834, p. 109, 193). 

8299. Connor, Leartus. Camera notes on Muskegon and Milwaukee,, 
made . . . while attending medical conventions during the regular sessions 
of May and June, 1893. Detroit, 1893. 

Mounted photographs and notes. 

8300. Cooper, David. Note-book. Detroit, 1801. (In Henry, James. 
Beef journal. 1810. 20 p. first part of vol.). 

8301. Copper Creek mining company. Receipt stub-book [for call pay- 
ments on subscription]. Detroit, November 21, 1892-November 19, 1894. 

8302. Copway, George. Pa-mah-duk ke-ne-bood (Life and death) . New 
York, December 24, 1850. 

Original poem, in Indian, with English translation. 

8303. Crittenden, Rebecca L. Old age pensions. Detroit, 1915. 12 p. 

Typewritten. 

8304. Detroit. Christ Church. Pew record. [Detroit] March 31, 1898- 
October 8, 1902. 

Records for last payment are of irregular dates. 

8305. . Citizens. [Petition to the common council that the appli- 
cation of the Gas light company for an increase of its capital stock be granted]. 
Detroit, January 17, 1855. 4 p. 

8306. .  . [Report of] meeting, July 7, 1891, to express 

condemnation of the action of the common council in granting to the Detroit 
city railway company an extension of the time for which their franchise shall 
run. 51 p! 

Typewritten. 

8307. . Citizens educational committee. [Correspondence and 

printed material in reference to the proj^osed legislation for the government 

of the Detroit schools]. 1899. 

Contents. — Provisions of bill. (2 copies). — Abstract of bill. — Addresses and circular 
letter to the citizens of Detroit. — Memorial to the governor and legislature of Michigan by 
citizens of Detroit. (2 copies). — Resolutions of the Detroit manufacturers club and the 
Merchants S: manufacturers exchange. — Letter of D. E. Heineman concerning the intro- 
duction of the l)i]l in the house. — Letters of prominent educators of the U. S. in analysis 
of this or similar legislaticn. — Address of Emerson E. White before the N. E. A., February 
22, 1899, "Authority of the school superintendent." — Legislative material of other states 
on education. — Proposed bill for a board of education in Grand Rapids, Mich., 1871. 

8308. . Colonial records of Detroit, October 22, 1754-May 21,. 

1800. 4 V. 



MANUSCRIPTS 123 

8309. . Commandant. Commission to Joseph Pouget as a lieu- 
tenant of the Detroit niiliiia. Detroit, August 26, 1782. 

8310. . . Commission as justice of the peace for the 

district of Detroit to Thomas Williams. [Detroit] May 1, 1779. 

Photographic copy. 

8311. . Common council. Inde.x to proceedings of the common 

council, 1815-1892. Compiled l)y C. M. Burton. [Detroit, n. d.]. 430 p. 

Typewritten. 

8312. . . Special committee on ways and means. 

Report of the special committee on the ways and means of the city to pay its 
interest. December 28, 1841. 2 p. 

8313. , Congress street Methodist Episcopal church. Trustees. 

Deed of "Slip No. Seventeen" to William Phelps for twenty years from July 
24, 1846, for $100. [Detroit] January 20, 1848. (With Phelps, Samuel. 
Journal . . . 1859). 

8314. . Electric railway company. Record book. Detroit, May 

IS. 1886-March 29, 1889. 

8315. . Elmwood cemetery. Register of interments, February, 

1862-August, 1874. 

8316. . Fire and marine insurance company. Insurance book 

(marine). 1894. 

8317. . First Presbyterian church. Records. [Detroit] 1834- 

1868. 61, 16 p. 

Typewritten copy. Contains marriage records, records of conversions, funerals, etc. 

8318. . Mercantile society. [Papers relating to the erection of a 

chamber of commerce] . Detroit, 1827-1828. 

8319. . National bank. Signature book. [Detroit] 1883-1894. 

8320. . Plumbers' supply company. Certificate stub-book. [De- 
troit] December 27, 1890-March 6, 1891. 

8321. . . Check stub-books. [Detroit] 

July 18, 1890-September 6, 1892. 4 v. 

8322. . . Contract book. [Detroit] 

1890. 

8323. . . Day books. [Detroit] De- 
cember 8, 1890-July 31, 1891. 2 v. 

8324. . . Order book. [Detroit] Feb- 
ruary 7-June 3, 1890. 

8325. . . Record book. Detroit, July 

3, 1890-August 22, 1892. 



124 BIBLIOGRAPHY OP MICHIGAN 

8326. . . Work book. [Detroit] Feb- 
ruary 8-July 30, 1891. 

8327. . Ste. Anne's church. Accounts, kept by Etienne Dubois, 

1806-1807. (In Barthe, J. B., & co. Sales book, 1775-1779. End of vol.). 

8328. . . . Registre de Sainte Anne, Detroit, 

February 2, 1 704-December 30, 1848. [Detroit, 1894?]. 5 v. in 7. 

Contents. — Baptisms, marriages and burials. 

8329. . . " . Some substitutes for the lost records,. 

April 12, 1779-September 19, 1782. [Detroit] 1898. 13 p. 

Typewritten. 

These records were lost from the archives of Ste. Anne's church, and were collected, 
verified and authenticated by Rev. Christian Denissen from the " Dictionnaire genealogique 
des families canadiennes, par I'Abbe Tanguay. 

8330. . . . Exterior parishes. Registre des 

paroisses exterieures, 1810-1833. [Detroit, 1894?]. 249 p. 

Manuscript copy, with marginal paging of original volumes. 

These registers include the parishes of L'Anse Creuse; L'Arbre Croche; Aux pieds des 
rapids [Foot of the rapids]; Bale Verte [Green Bay]; Chapelle du Nord est; Galena; L'Isle 
Drummond; Mackinac; Prairie du Chien; Riviere aux Hurons [Clinton River]; Riviere St. 
Clair; Salt River; and Sault Ste. Marie. 

Ibid. Index. With this is Detroit. Ste. Anne's church. Trustees. Index registre. 

8331. . . . Trustees. Livre des assemblees de la 

paroisse Ste. Anne, August 5, 1796-August 26, 1887. [Detroit, 1894?]. 208 p. 

Manuscript copy, with marginal paging of the original volume. 

8332. . St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal church. Records of St. 

Paul's church. Detroit, 1824-1908. 918 p. 

Contents. — Baptisms, December 5, 1824- April 14, 1906. — Confirmations, August 12,. 
1827-April 12, 1908.— Marriages, August 18, 1824-June 29, 1904.— Burials, August 20, 
1824- July 29, 1904.— Communicants, 1824-1904. 

8333. . Savings bank. Bank statements. Detroit, IVIarch 31,. 

1884-February 21, 1888. 

8334. . , complainant, vs. Emily L. Truesdail, Wesley 

Truesdail, Sidney D. Miller, Buckminster Wight and Mandeville Poole, de- 
fendants. 135 p. 

Petition for rehearing, with affidavits and pa'pers. 
Copy. Indexed. 

8335. . , , vs. Wesley Truesdail, et al, 

defendants. 

Bill of complaint; John H. Bissell, solicitor for complainant. 

8336. . Tennis club. Bank books. Detroit, May 11, 1885-Janu- 

ary 1, 1887. 2 v. 

May 11-July 3, 1885. (American national bank). 

July 6, 1885-Jan. 1, 1887. (American exchange national bank). 

8337. . Woodmere cemetery. Jewish section. Record of con- 
gregation lots of Temple Beth EI, 1865-1913. 



MANUSCRIPTS 12 5 

8338. Detroit and Erin plank road company. Journals. [Detroit] January 
1, 1853-June 16, 1876. 1 v. 

One volume covers January 1, 1853-Juno 30, 1865. (Erin and Mount Clemens plank road 
company. 3 p. at end of vol. — [Decision of referees re toll gate within Detroit city limits). 
.Newspaper clipping appended front of vol.). 

The other volume covers August 10, 1865-June 10, 1876. (Letter from A. X. Munger 
on the condition of the road. 1870. Appended front of vol.). 

Also Annual reports and half-yearly dividend payments with signatures of stockholders. 

8339. Detroit and Howell plank road company. Journal. (Detroit] 
January 1. lS53-Dccembcr 15, 1S76. 2 v. 

Also Annual reports to directors and half-yearly dividend payments with signatures of 

stockholders. 

8340. . Toll book. [Detroit] July 

21, US-i9- January 13. 1883. 

A weekly statement of tolls from each gate. 

Lansing and Howell plank road company, p. 18-125, 205-215. 

Detroit and Erin plank road company, p. 127-197. 

Erin and Mt. Clemens plank road company, p. 200-204, 220-226. 

C. C. Trowbridge, treasurer. 

8341. . Transfer book. Detroit, 

April 30, lS49-January 22. 1883. 

8342. Detroit and Lake St. Clair plank road company. Cash book. De- 
troit. June 27, 1859-AuKnist 15, 1865. 

8343. Detroit and Milwaukee railroad company. Cash book. [n. p.] 
September 12-Xovcnibcr 12, 1866. 

Traffic receipts. 

8344. . Diary of C. C. Trow- 
bridge, receiver. [Detroit] April 10, 1875-February 18, 1887. 

Appended are: Northern Pacific railroad [newspaper clippings]. — The panic at Montrea I 
newspaper clipping re Sir Hugh Allan). 

8345. . Letter book [receiver's]. 

Detroit, February 10. 1877-October 14, 1878. 
C. C. Trowbridge, receiver. 

8346. Doran, William T. A brief sketch of the University of Detroit. 
[Detroit. 1917]. 16 p. 

Typewritten. 

8347. Doty, EUis. Memorandum book, 1816-1834. 

Contents (in order of entry). — School-house accounts (Canandaigua?), 1816. — Fees re- 
ceived for acknowledgements (Detroit), 1828-1832. — Ledger accounts (Canandaigua?), 
1816-1817.— Docket of E. Doty as justice of the peace, Chatauqua co., N. Y., 1818-1821.— 
Ledger account with the Detroit common council, 1828. — Tabulated list of demand notes, 
1820-1833. — Tabulated list of judgments on dockets of Abbott, Chifman, Rowland and 
Witherell, 1832-1834.— Deeds, 1832-1833.— Account with Mrs. Hanks, 1828.— Fcx^s on 
docket of Abbott, Rowland and Witherell (undated, entered by number and names of 
parties). 

Appended: Advertisements of sale at "Doty's auction room," Detroit, 1844-1845, 
p. 135. 



126 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8348. Draper mss. 

Seven photostat copies made for C. M. Burton from the Draper manuscripts of the 
Wisconsin state historical society. 

8349. Duffield, Bethune. Check stub-book. State savings bank. De- 
troit, December 5, 1889-May 26, 1890. 

8350. , . Check stub-books. Detroit, March 25-Decem- 

ber26, 1891. 2 v. 

8351. , . Ibid. Detroit, May 24, 1892-January 23, 

1893. 2 V. 

8352. , . Diaries [professional]. Detroit, 1886-1894. 

9 V. 

8353. — , . Letter book. Detroit, August 25, 1891- 

August 15, 1893. 

8354. Duffield, Divie Bethune. Bank books. American national bank & 
American exchange national bank. Detroit, January 2, 1883-March 11, 1891. 
4 V. 

8355. , . Claim book. Detroit, February 27, 1858- 

April 20, 1864. 

8356. , . Daily journals. Detroit, 1866, 1878. 

2 V. 

8357. , . Day books. Detroit, January 16, 1856- 

April 28, 1887. 5 V. " . ' 

8358. , . Diaries [professional]. Detroit, 1876- 

1891. 14 V. 

8359. , . Journals. Detroit, January, 1858-De- 

cember, 1868. 3 v. 

8360. , . Ledger. Detroit, 1866-1880. 

Opened as a cash book for Lothrop & Duffield, January-May, 1854, [7] p., and continued 
as a ledger. 

8361. ,  . Letter books. Detroit, March 8, 1876- 

November 14, 1885. 4 v. 

8362. , . Letters to, 1879 and 1881. 2 v. 

Alphabetical file. 

8363. , . Letters to. 

Three boxes of loose letters. 

8364. , . Memoranda note books. Detroit, 1842- 

1882. 4v. 

Volumes contain material respectively as follows: 1842-1844, Lecture notes. — Notes on 
RoUin's Ancient history, v. 1. — Newspaper clippings of Michigan statute laws, 1844. 
1879-1880, Mineral point tunnel co. — Detroit real estate. 
1880, Detroit real estate. — Legal note re stolen property. 
1882, Travel and biographical notes. 



MANUSCRIPTS 127 

8355. , . Notes of testimony in court cases, 1886. 

8366. Duffield, D. B. & Duffield, H. M. Claim books. Detroit, June 2,. 
1865-A])ril 2. 1S7S. 4 v. 

8367. ^ — , — . — . , — . — . Journals. Detroit, June, 1865- 

Novembcr 24, 1874. 3 v. 

8368. , — . — . , — . — . Ledgers. Detroit, 1865-1876. 

2 V. 

8369. , — . — . , — . — . Letter books. Detroit, January 

4. lS60-June 22, 1876. 7 v. 

8370. Duffield, George. Bank book. Peninsular bank. Detroit, No- 
vember 1, 1855-October 21, 1857. 

8371. Duffield & Duffield. Bank book. American exchange national 
bank. Detroit. October 19, 1889-December 31, 1892. 

8372. . Check stub-books. Detroit, December 13^ 

1886-August 3, 1892. 2 v. 

8373. . Journal. [Detroit] August 1, 1889-September 

30. 1892. 

8374. . Letter books. Detroit, May 29, 1885-July 30, 

1889. 2 V. 

8375. Duffield mss. Address book. 

8376. . Catalogue of law books. 

8377. . Ledger, [n. p.] 1864-1865. 

8378. . Ledger, [n. p.] 1864-1868. 

8379. Dumont, Brig.-gen. Ebenezer. Official report of the Battle of 

Lebanon, Tenessee, 'Sla.y 5, 1862. Nashville, 1862. 

Copied from the Louisville journal of May 31, 1862. 

Frequent mention is made of Colonel Duffield, and his "valuable aid" receives special 
commendation. 

8380. Dunham, L. The Superior court of Grand Rapids. Grand Rapids 
[1917]. 5 p. 

Typewritten. 

8381. Dwight, Alfred A. Township plats in Huron, Sanilac, Lapeer & 
St. Clair counties, Michigan, 1853. 65 p. fold. map. 

8382. Elliolt Richard Robert. Comments on the memoir "endorsed 

19 [14] November 1704," 1893. 

The memoir referred to is " 14 Nove 1704 Memoire de Mr. La Mothe Cadillac touchant 
I'etablissement du Detroit de Quebec" and was not included in Margry's Memoircs et 
documents, but is among his papers on file in the Bibliotheque nationale and copied by 
Theodore Beauchesne. 



128 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8383. , . Immigration register of passage to and 

from Europe. Detroit, 1851-1869. 

8384. —  , . Immigration register of foreign exchange- 
drafts and orders on Europe. Detroit, February 17, 1879-April 6, 1891. 

8385. , . Journal. Detroit, 1862-1866. 397 p. 

Elliott's cloth house, successors to Eagle & Elliott. 

8386. , . Letter books, 1848-1880. 12 v. 

Letters relate chiefly to immigration and to clothing business. 

8387. [Elsworth, Ralph H.]. Manuscript notes, newspaper files, and clip- 
pings relating to the publication, ownership and name of the newspapers of 
Ludington and Scottsville, Mason co., Mich., 1890-1914. 

This material represents an outline history of journalism in Mason co., during the period 
indicated. 

8388. , . Wayside notes, Mason county, 1898-1899, 

1902-1903. 

A scrapbook of writings by R. H. Elsworth, representative of the Record-appeal, Lud- 
ington, Mich. 

8389. Emmons, A. & H. H. Letter books. Detroit. February 18. 1839- 
October 31, 1843. 3 v. 

8390. Emmons, Halmor Hull. Journal. [Detroit] May 9, 1843-May 8, 
1857. 

8391. , . Letter books. Detroit, November 4, 

1843-January 27, 1869. 10 v. 

After 1855 correspondence relates mainly to railroad matters. 

8392. Emmons & Jones. Daily journal. Detroit, 1855. 

8393. The Evangelical observer. Ledger. Detroit, 1844-1846. 

8394. [Farmer, Silas]. [Biographical data for his history of Detroit and 

Michigan]. 

Seventeen biographies, having attached index slips for paging which agree with the index 
for corresponding names in v. 1 of the history. 

8395. Famsworth, Benjamin Stow. Memorandum book. [Detroit] 1861- 

1890. 

Contents. — vSales book and journal entries, boot and shoe business, 1861, 1865-1867, p. 
1-54.— Small accounts, 1873-1881, p. 55-66.— Inventory notes, 1877-1890, p. 73-79, 209- 
234. — Index of scrapbook, 14 vols., p. 86-115. 

8396. , . Scrapbooks. 1855-1889. 14 v. 

Clippings from Detroit, Boston, New York and Chicago papers. Historical information 
is in chronological order throughout the volumes. 
Indexed. 
Farnsworth family notes in ms, v. 8, 1876-1881, p. 90-95. 

8397. Fletcher, Joseph. Plat of a tract of land containing 9056.40 acres 
back of the private claims near Detroit. (Original plat dated Jmie 2d, 1816). 



MANUSCRIPTS 129 

8398. [Foster, James]. The capitulation; or, a history of the expedition 

■conducted by WilHani Hull, brigadier-general of the Northwestern army. 

By an Ohio volunteer. Chillicothc, ptd. by James Barnes, 1812. 78, [v] p. 

Photostat copy made for C. M. Burton. 
Title page shows signature, T. Worthington. 

8399. Fraser, A. D., estate. Executors' account book. Detroit, 1877- 

1883. 

Accounts, claims, memoranda of inventory, attorney's services. Kept by William 
Jennison, executor and attorney. 

8400. Fraser & Gates. Letter books. Detroit, December 15, 1885-April 
30, 1894. 3 V. 

8401. Frink, Mrs. Bellona Pratt. Reminiscences, 1839-1904. 59 p. 

Typewritten copy. 

Includes copies of newspaper articles relating to family or town history of Marshall, 
Mich., to 1906. 

8402. Frue, Mrs. Helen L. Investment books. [Detroit] October, 1884- 
February 1, 1893. 4 v. 

8403. Gerrish, Jacob. Journal, Jan. 1, 1837-September 12, 1850, New 
Buffalo, Mich., & Michigan City, Ind. 596 p. 

Typewritten carbon copy. 

8404. Gibbons, Robert. Addresses and letters as prepared for delivery 

or for the press, 1903-[1906] ? 

Contents. — Address as president of the Michigan improved live stock breeders' associa- 
tion. [1903]. — Address on the Panama canal. [1904]. — Address on "Agriculture." — 
Fragment of an article on the sheep industry of Michigan, p. 16-23. — Two letters on the 
revision of the tariff as affecting wool growers. [1906?]. — Letter to the editor of the Weekly 
live stock report, entitled "No discrimination against Germany. " [1906?]. 

8405. Goodale, Hiram J. Survey of Fort St. from the city of Detroit to 
its intersection with the Dearbomville road [May 18, 1837]. 

Copy. 

8406. Graham & McKenzie. Journal "B". Detroit, October 4, 1790- 
September 16, 1791. 

" Martin Derocher adventure [to the] Miamis. " p. 25-26. 

8407. . Ledger "B". [Detroit] October 4, 1790- 

iSeptember 18, 1791. 

Merchandise and furs. Index inclosed. 

8408. Haigh, Henry. Ledger. [Detroit] 1849-1852. 
Drug business. 

8409. Hamtramck, John Francis. Power of attorney to Solomon Sibley, 
or to any attorney of an\' court of record in the N. W. Territory, to confess 
judgment unto Robert and James Abbott on his bond of SI 600 dated August 
13, 1801. 

17 



130 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8410. Hamtramck. Street railway. Record book. [Detroit] August 29, 
1868-June 18, 1881. 

8411. Harrow family mss. St. Clair co., Mich., 1830-1855. 

Twelve pieces. These papers relate to a bond given by Alexander Harrow to Atkinson 
Pattinson about 1800, and its final settlement in favor of Arthur J. Robertson, of Inches, 
Scotland. They embrace statements, deeds, a letter of A. D. Fraser, and a tax roll of Clay, 
township for 1834. 

8412. Henry, James, Beef journal. Detroit, June, 1810. 

8413. , . Invoice books. Detroit, September 1, 1797- 

September 24, 1806. 2 v. 

General merchandise, liquors and saddlery. 

8414. , . Journal of Mackinac store. Michilimackinac, 

July 15, 1802-A/[arch 31, 1804. 

General merchandise. 

8415. , . Journals. Detroit, October 10, 1797-March 2, 

1814. 7v. 

8416. , . Ledger of Mackinac store. [Michilimackinac?] 

1802-1805. 

General merchandise. 

8417. , . Ledgers. [Detroit] 1797-1813. 4 v. 

8418. , . Letter book. Detroit, May 21, 1799-February 

25, 1812. 

Letters with accompanying order lists of gen. mdse. and saddlery addressed to Leith, 
Jameson & co., and to Forsyth, Richardson & co., of Montreal, 1799-1808, in the first half 
of volume, and family correspondence, 1808-1812, in the last half of vol. 

8419. , . Memoranda books. [Detroit] 1799-1810. 3 v. 

8420. , . Tannery bark book. Point Industry, May 31, 

1804-1810. 

Account [in cords] of bark received at the tannery, and from whom received. 

8421. , . Tannery hide books. Tan-yard, June 27, 1798- 

March 16, 1803. 2 v. 

8422. , . Tannery journals. Detroit and Point Industry, 

October 18, 1799-January 15, 1810.' 7 v. 

8423. , . Tannery ledgers. Point Industry and Detroit, 

1799-1806. 2 V. 

8424. , , & CO. Account of beef cattle. Detroit, March 26- 

Decembcr 6, 1810. 

This beef adventure in company with Sutherland & Brown was started in the spring of 
1809 and closed the following year. 



MANUSCRIPTS 131 

8425. [Henry, Stephen Chambers]. Tannery journal. Detroit, January 

4, 1813-September 14, LS14. 

After the death of James Henr>', December 26, 1812, his nephew, S. C. Henr\', had 
■charge of the tannery, and many entries in this volume refer to payments per S. C. Henry. 

8426. Hicks, Palmer & co. Lcdf^^cr. [Detroit] 1850-1853. 

8427. Howard, Joshua. [Manuscripts]. 1813-1861. 

Contents. — Filli-en army commissions, 1813-1861, and seven letters, June l-December 
25, 1847, written from Mexico to his family in Detroit. — A vessel passport in blank. 

8428. Hurlbut, Chauncey (steamer). Logbook, [v. p.] April 19 [1905?]- 
Deccmber 6. 1906. 

8429. Indiana (Ter.) Governor. Proclamation for the organization of the 
county of Wa\Tie. Vincennes, January 14. 1803. 

Printed in Michigan pioneer and hist, society. Collections, v. 8, p. 540-542. 

8430. Irish relief committee. Michigan. Record book of contributions 
for the relief of the poor in Ireland. Detroit, November 2-September 23, 1847. 

8431. Jefferson, Thomas. Reply to the speech of the Ottawa, Chippewa, 
Potawatomi. Wyandot, and Shawnee Indians concerning promises made by 
Gen. Wa>Tie at the Treaty of Greenville and provisions of the Treaty of Swan 
■Creek, January 31, 1809. 3^ p. 

Photographic copy. 

8432. Kean, Robert. Petition to the court of general quarter sessions of 
the peace for a recommendation to the governor for a license to keep a tavern 
in the town of Detroit. [Detroit?] December [5] 1797. 

8433. Kercheval, B. B., estate. Bank book. Detroit savings fund insti- 
tute. [Detroit] June 30, 1855-April 15, 1859. 

8434. Lansing and Howell plank road company. Account book. [De- 
troit] October 10, 1857-Januar\- 17, ISSl. 

8435, . Certificate stub-book. 

[Lansing] August 13, 1850-December 22, 1880. 

8436. . Ledger (stock), [n. p.] 

August 6, 1852-Xovember 26, 1880. 

8437. . Record book. Lansing, 

April 6. 1850-January 1. 1881. 

8438. . Transfer book. Lan- 
sing, July 17, 1850-December 22, 1880. 

8439. La Plant, Amable, estate. Bank book. Detroit savings bank. 
Detroit, 1867-1868. 

8440. , , . Sales book. [n. p.] 1867. 

Bill of sale of personal property. 



132 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8441. Lamed, Sylvester. Journal. Detroit, August 6, 1842-October 16^ 
1843; September 19, 1855-May 29, 1858. 42, 58 p. 
Professional services. 

•. 8442. , . Ledgers. [Detroit] 1842-1855. 2 v. 

8443. Larned & Ward. Letter books. Detroit, September 18, 1845- 
June 7, 1858. 2 v. 

8444. Loskiel, George Henry. Extempore on a wagon. A metrical nar- 
rative of a journey from Bethlehem, Pa., to the Indian town of Goshen, Ohio, 
in the autumn of 1803 . . . Translated with notes by J. Max Hark. Lan- 
caster, Pa., S. H. Zahn & co., 1887. 

Manuscript copy. Unimportant differences between this and printed edition. 

8445. Lossing, Benson John. [Papers representing material used in his 
histories and biographies]. 

Contents. — Revolution. — War of 1812. — Civil war.— Miscellaneous. 

8446. Lothrop & Duffield. Bill book. Detroit, January 16, 1846- June 1, 
1849. 

8447. . Claim books. Detroit, August 9, 1843-July 

25, 1862. 6v. 

8448. . Ledger. Detroit, 1856-1865. 

8449. . Letter books. Detroit, September 1, 1849- 

October 11, 1861. 3 v. 

8450. Ludden, Nathaniel T. Journal. Detroit, December 3, 1844-May 
29, 1845. 88 p. 

Dry goods and groceries. 

8451. Lunt, Mary Coffin. Extracts — poetry and prose — collected by 

Mary Coffin Lunt, 1826-1838. 2 v. 

8452. , . Poems, [n. p.] May 11, 1827-January 27, 1829. 

8453. McCoskry, William. Day books. [Detroit] May 21, 1812-March 
27, 1831. 3 V. 

8454. McLean, Charles B. Notes (undated) entered in a volume of the 

Index rerum of 1836 imprint, [n. p.]. 

In another handwriting and of date probably after 1900, are genealogical notes, also 
entered alphabetically. 

8455. Mack, Stephen. Account with Mack & Sibley. [Pontiac] April 6, 
1822-November 17, 1826. 34 p. 

Mutilated. Distillery accounts. 

8456. Mack & Sibley. Account with Stephen Mack. [Pontiac] May 13, 
1822-November 10, 1826. 20 p. • 

Mutilated. 



MANUSCRIPTS 13a 

8457. Manhatten banking company, New York. Account [book] with C. C. 
Trowbrid,<.^e. New York. .May 29, 1841-AIay 18, 1842. 

8458. Margry, Pierre. Copies of papers collected by Pierre Margry re- 
lating to Antoine de La Mothe Cadillac and now on file in the Bibliothcque 
nationale, Paris. Copied by Theodore Beauchesne, September, 1907. 2 v. 

8459. Marlette. Relief committee. Letters and telegram relating to 
the burned district. Marlette, 1881. 8 p. 

8460. Martin, Hugh R. Cash book. [Detroit] September 11, lS06-July 
2, 1807. 66 p. 

Hugh R. Martin was in partnership with Charles Curry, but each partner kept some 
books of original entr>' in his own name. 

8461. , . Journal. Niagara, Michilimackinac and Detroit, 

Februar\- 20. 1806-June 3, 1807. not paged. 

8462. , . Sales of goods after taking an inventory. De- 
troit, March 28-October 21, 1808. 

General merchandise. 

8463. Martin & Curry. Journals. Detroit, 1801-1808. 8 v. 
8464. . Ledgers. Detroit, 1801-1808. 6 v. 

8465. Mayne, Thomas. Deposition concerning the abduction of Thomas 
Ra>-nor by British officers at Grosse Pointe, Sep. 5, 1815. Detroit, Sep- 
tember 11, 1815. 2 p. 

Photographic copy (mounted, 2 cards). 

8466. Miamis company. In accoimt with John Askin for "Inputs," 
January 31, 1787-January 21, 1788. 2 v. 

8467. . Journals, [v. p.] May, 1786-September 30, 1788. 

2 V. 

8468. Michigan. Commission of inquiry into minimum wage for women. 
Conferences, 1914. [Report]. [Lansing] 1914. 73 p. 

Typewritten. Carbon copy. 

8469. Michigan. Dental association. Record book, 1856-1880. 306 p. 

p. 1-2 lacking. (Art. 1-5 of Constitution). 

8470. Michigan. University. Harris hall. Check stub-books. [Detroit] 
August 1, 1893-August 1, 1899. 3 v. 

8471. . . Law dept. Lecture course on international 

law, and on the history'' of treaties, by Pres. Angell, October 5, 1886-June 6, 
1887. 

Notes by George L. Canfield. 

8472. . . Monroe branch. Report of the principal, 

S. Center, March 9, 1838. (In Burton, C. M. Diary of Detroit, v. 5). 

Type\%Titten copv. The original was presented to the University by James V. Campbell^ 
March 15, 1887. 



134 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8473. Michigan (Ter.) Cavalry. Muster roll of a troop of cavalry under 
the command of Captain Richard Smyth in the service of the United States 
commanded by Major James Witherell, from the 21st of April, when last 
mustered, to the 20th of July, 1812. 

8474. . Citizens. Resolutions adopted at a meeting of 

citizens of the territory of Michigan for a change of government. [Detroit] 
James M. Miller, ptr. [1809]. 

Godfrey papers — broadside. 

8475. . Governor. Bank book. Bank of Michigan. [De- 
troit] March 30-September 2, 1825. 

Official bank book of Lewis Cass, as Governor and Superintendent of Indian affairs. 
Account transferred to Wm. Woodbridge on May 6, 1825, as Acting Governor and 
Superintendent. 

8476. . . [Inquiry to the Secretary of state re- 
garding permission to the people of Detroit to cut timber from their lands]. 
Washington, December 10, 1805. 1 p. 

8477. . . Proclamation [of the power of Congress 

alone to disapprove and nullify the laws of the original states adopted by the 
governor and judges of the territory of Michigan] . Detroit, Jacques M . Miller, 
imprimeur [1809]. 

8478. . Laws, statutes, etc. An act making certain appro- 
priations to be paid out of the contingent fund for the year 1827. Approved 
AprH 13, 1827. 

8479. . Supreme court. Presentment of the grand jury, 

September 26, 1809. [Detroit] J. M. Miller, ptr. [1809]. 

A definite protest against certain acts of the territorial legislature, with a request that 
the laws of the territory be translated into the French language. 
List of persons comprising the grand jury. 

8480. Michigan bond and mortgage company. Certificate stub-book, and 
transfer book. [n. p.] March 20, 1839-March 29, 1860. 

8481. Michigan college of medicine. Certificate stub-book. [Detroit] 
April 19, 1880. 

8482. Miller, Sidney David. Account book. [Detroit] 1857-1868. 

8483. , . Agency book. Detroit, 1872. 

Mortgages and investments. Copies of specifications, contracts, and newspaper clippings 
in relation to the building erected on the northeast corner of Griswold and Larned sts., 
afterwards known as the Detroit savings bank building, p. 130-160. 

8484. , . Cash book. [Detroit] January 2, 1868- 

December 31, 1870. 

8485. , . Journals. Detroit, December, 1853-1882. 

20 V. 

8486. —  , . Ledgers. [Detroit] 1852-1867. 2 v. 



MANUSCRIPTS 135 

8487. , . Letter books. Detroit, June 2, 1852- 

Septembcr 22, 1875. 12 v. 

8488. , . Letters to Sidney D. Miller, [v. p.] July 

10, 1865-December 29, 1874'. 13 v. 

8489. Miller, Sidney Trowbridge. Check stub-books. [Detroit] January 
2, 1892-October 12, 1896. 3 v. 

8490. , . Diary [professional]. [Detroit] 1906. 

Occasional entries only, and these for the most part refer to dates of law cases. 

8491. Mitchell & Newell. Journal, [n. p.] 1873. 

8492. Mizner, Henry Rutgers. [Manuscripts]. 1861-1888. (With 

Howard, Joshua. [Manuscripts]. 1813-1861). 

Contents. — Ten army commissions, 1861-1888. — Marksman's certificate, November 1, 
1884.— Letter from U. S. Grant, November 1, 1865. 

8493. Montreal. Notarial archives. [Records, 1689-1822]. 22 v. 

Paged continuously. 

Manuscript copies made for Clarence M. Burton at the Palais de justice, Montreal. 

French text. 

8494. Moore, William Austin. Bank book. First national bank, Detroit. 
[Detroit] November 14-December 24, 1872. 

8495. , . Check stub-book. American national 

bank of Detroit. Detroit, January 20- July 4, 1885. 

8496. , . Letter book. Detroit, January 10, 1862- 

March21, 1864. 

8497. Moore, William A. and Blackmar, Thomas S. Ledger. [Detroit] 
1857-1859. (In Moore & Griffin. Ledger, 1862, p. 49-78). 

8498. Moore, Canfield & Warner. Rent book [cHcntsJ. [Detroit] 1879- 
1883. 

8499. Moore & Griffin. Claim book. [Detroit] 1875. 

Many cases "In admiralty". 

Moore, Canfield & Warner. Claim book. p. 75 to end of vol. 

8500. . Letter books. Detroit, May 3, 1867-Februar>' 3, 

1873. 4 V. 

8501. . Receipts and disbursements, 1870. 

8502. New England society. Michigan. Record book. Detroit, Decem- 
ber 1, 1846-December 22, 1857. not paged. 

Constitution and signatures, with date of signing and name of state represented, Decem- 
ber 17, 1846-December, 1856.. 11 p. at end of vol. 

8503. New York & Michigan lumber company. Detroit agency. Journal. 
Detroit, July 17, 1865-December 31, 1869. 



136 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8504. Northwest territory. Laws, statutes, etc. Laws of the Northwest 
territory, 1787-1802. 3 v. 

Copies from the original records in the office of the Secretary of .state, Columbus, Ohio. 

8505. North western mining company of Detroit. Certificate book. De- 
troit, November 1, 1849-May 1, 1850. 

8506. O'Flynn, ComeHus. [Abstract of titles of land in the city of De- 
troit]. Compiled by Cornelius O'Fljam and Bela Hubbard [from the journals, 
files and papers of the governor and judges, and from records in the register's 
ofiEice]. [Detroit, 1844]. 53, 464 p. 

Copy. 

8507. P. F. U. rubber company. Certificate stub-book. [Detroit] June 
27, 1905-February 3, 1906. 

Bethune Duffield, secretary. 

8508. — . — . — . . Letter book. Detroit, July 6, 1905- 

March 31, 1908. 197 p. 

8509. Pilcher, Elijah H. [Record of] marriage certificates issued by 
EHjah H. Pilcher, November 1, 1838-July 26, 1881. 

Copy. Michigan records chieflj^, tabulated by county. A few for Ontario, Canada. 

8510. Pine Lake (steamer). Logbook. May 16-October 21, 1912. 

8511. Pingree, Mrs. Frances A. Gilbert. Scrapbooks. 1889-1891. 6 v. 

8512. Pingree, Hazen Stuart. Scrapbooks. [Detroit] 1890-1901. 253 v. 

8513. Plessis, Joseph Octave. Extract from the Journal of the pastoral 

visitation of Monseigneur Joseph Octave Plessis in 1816. 13 p. 

English translation, by "L. L.," of that part of the Journal which includes his visit to 
Detroit, June 19- July 8, 1816. 

8514. Ploughboy (steamer). Account book. [v. p.] 1856. 

8515. Pontiac mss. 

Three photograph copies of original French documents made by C. M. Burton to show the 
similarity between the writing of the Pontiac Journal and that of a deed by Robert Navarre, 
and the dissimilarity between the Journal and the records of Ste. Anne's church, Detroit, 
of the same date. 

8516. Pontiac mill company. Accounts and general statements. 1826- 
1828. 

8517. Porter, Frederick Bissell. [Manuscripts]. Detroit, etc., 1847-1891. 

Contents. — Essays, speeches and editorials, 1859-1863. — Eleven family letters, 1851- 
1891.— Medical note book, I860.— Poetry, 1857-1859.— Application of Miles J. O'Reilly 
for writ of habeas corpus for John Rose, presented to F. B. Porter and filed May 2, 1861. — 
Papers of_George A. Porter, 1851-1853. — ^The western traveler, by H. Goodwin. 

8518. Post, Hoyt. Scrapbook of Wayne co. circuit court reports, 1866- 
1869. 



MANUSCRIPTS 137 

8519. Potawatomi Indians. Deeds. Grossc lie. To Alex, and William 

Macomb. 1 p. 

Photograph made for C. M. Burton from the original deed loaned by Robert Leo btran- 
ton, of Grossc lie. 

8520. Procter, Henr>'. Regulation of the ci\'il cfovcmmcnt of the territory 
of Alichi.c^an. [Detroit] Aufj^-ist 46, 1812. 

8521. Protestant Episcopal church. Diocese of Michigan. Letter book. 
Detroit, Alay 8, 1878-Scptcmbcr 24, 1879. 

8522. Protestant orphan asylum. A register of the transactions of the 
Female benevolent society of the cit}' of Detroit. [Detroit, 1821-1831]. not 
paged. 

8523. Randall, Corydon C. Day book of photograph orders. Detroit, 
October 25, 1876-June 26, 1882. 

8524. Reid, James (tugboat). Logbook, April 23, 1912-January, 1913. 

8525. Reid wrecking company, limited, libellaiit vs. Schooners "C. G. 
Iviiig" and Donaldson, respondents. 152 p. 

Typewritten. 

8526. Richard, Gabriel. Circular letter soliciting assistance in rebuild- 
ing the parish church of Ste. Anne of Detroit. Albany, May 10, 1809. 1 p. 

8527. , . Draft of resolutions for the formation of an asso- 
ciation to be called the "Society of Catholic schools in the territory of Michi- 
gan." 1815. 2 p. " 

8528. Ross, Robert B. Old-time fun. How Detroit amused itself in 1864, 
and later. [Detroit] 1905. 

Scrapbook of illustrated articles from the Detroit evening news, January 7-February 12, 

8529. Ryan&Bourke. Sales book. Detroit, October 11, 1888-November 
30, 1889. 

Commission merchants. 

8530. St. Mary's hospital, Detroit. Register of county patients received 
October 24, 1855-December 24, 1873. not paged. 

Opposite pages give record of patients' discharge of death. 

8531. St. Mary's River improvement co. Surve}' of the Saint Mary's 
River improvement company's aqueduct at the village of St. Mary, Chippewa 
county, [Mich.] commenced June 16th, 1881. 

Transit notes and Level notes. 

8532. Sandwich, Ont. Assumption church. Livre de comptes de la 
fabrique de la paroisse de I'Assomption, October 5, 1775-October 5, 1859. 
{Detroit, 1894?]. 1 v. in 2. 

Manuscript copy. 



138 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8533. , . . Registre de la paroisse de 

rAssumption, August 31, 1872-December 31, 1824. [Detroit, 1894]. 5 v. in 3. 

Manuscript copy. 

8534. Sargent, Winthrop. Proclamation for the organization of the 
comity of Wayne. [Detroit] August 15, 1796. 

8535. Scott, William McDowell. Ledger. [Detroit] 1803-1812. 

Professional services (doctor), and official business as justice of the peace, U. S. Marshal, 
etc. 

Some accounts closed in 1815-1816. 

8536. Services at the funeral of Honorable Lawton T. Hemans, Mason, 
Michigan, November 19, 1916. not paged. 

Typewritten. Carbon copy. 

8537. Sibley, Henry S. Letter books. Detroit, March 7, 1899-August 9, 
1904. 5 V. 

8538. Sibley, Solomon. Cash book. Detroit, July 9, 1800-January 24, 
1809. not paged. 

8539. , . Notebook. [Detroit] January 1, 1827-April 27, 

1829. 

Entries for mill at Pontiac and cattle interests of Mack & Sibley. — Circuit court dates 
by county. 

8540. Smith, James Cosslett. Check stub-book. [Detroit] December 31, 
1901-August 15, 1902. 

8541. Smith, Joshua Toulmin. Journal in America. Detroit [September 
15, 1837-July 18] 1838. 70 p. 

The Journal, procured by Clarence M. Burton in London, Eng., was kept by this English 
writer and his wife during their journey from New York to Detroit and return as far as 
Utica, with a most unfavorable record of their stay in Detroit "to which ill fate led us 
owing ... to the misrepresentations of Harriet Martineau. " 

Wildcat money and the Canadian rebellion receive lengthy comment. 

The writer lectured on phrenology in Detroit and Ann Arbor. Schoolcraft says he 
"lectured acceptably" and expressed a wish for Indian skulls for transmission to London, 
cf. "Personal memoirs . . . "p. 594. 

8542. Society of the army of the Tennessee. Press head quarters register, 
twentieth reunion. Society of the army of the Tennessee, Detroit, Mich., 
September 14 and 15, 1887. 

8543. Trowbridge, Charles Christopher. Cash books. Detroit, July 1, 
1875-March 16, 1883. 2 v. 

8544. , . Check stub-books. [Detroit] 

October 11, 1875-March 15, 1883. 7 v. 

8545. , -. Check stub-books [plank roads]. 

[Detroit] June 8, 1878-June 22, 1883. 5 v. 

8546. , . Expense books, [v. p.] January 

2, 1846-December 31, 1880. 4 v. 



MANUSCRIPTS 139 

8547. , . Inventory books [personal prop- 
erty, real estate, stocks, etc.]. [Detroit] Januar^^ 1, 1844-March 1, 1876. 3 v. 

8548. , . Land book re Allegan adventure. 

Detroit, November 10, 1834-July 28, 1873. [237] p. 

A complete record of the Allegan and Boston companies within above dates. Ms. map 
showing C. C. Trowbridge's lands in Allegan co., p. 14. 

Appended: Map of Allegan co., and parts of Ottawa, Kent and Kalamazoo cos., with 
inset of Holland on verso of front cover. 

8549. , . Ledger. [Detroit] 1880-1883. 

8550. . . Letter books. "Allegan no. [1]- 

3." Detroit, September. 1835-June 15, 1841. 3 v. 

Carbon copies of correspondence of Mr. Trowbridge in connection with the Allegan land 
company. 

8551. , . Letter books. Detroit, Mav 4, 

1859-.May 27, 1876. 2 v. 

These letter books are of especial interest in railroad and church matters and in the promi- 
nence at that time of the people addressed. 

8552. Trowbridge, C. C, estate. Check stub-book. [Detroit] April 10- 
July 5, 1883. 

Sidney D. Miller and George Hendrie, trustees. 

8553. , — , — ,, . Inventory book. [Detroit] April 14- 

November 3, 1883. 

8554. , — . — ., . Investment ledger. [Detroit] May 14- 

June 7. 1888. 

8555. , — . — ., . Journal. [Detroit] Januarv 5, 1890- 

April 20, 1891. 

8556. Truesdail, Wesley. Journal (Alta Vista). [East China, St. Clair 
CO., Mich.] January 1. 1867-March 26, 1879. 

Mandeville Poole, agent. 

8557. , . Ledger (Alta Vista). [East China, St. Clair 

CO., Mich] 1867-1879. 

8558. Tuttle, Christopher. Journal. River Raisin, July 18, 1808-May 
4. 1810. 

Entries show interest in Pleasant Bank tannery and in a saddler's shop; also credits of 
service as a Justice of the peace for Erie district. 

8559. U. S. Army. Commissary dept. Ledger for supplies in account with 
James O'Hara, contractor, [n. p.] 1797-1798. 

Entries include Beef, pork, tallow, lard, fiour, salt, whiskey, soap, candles, stationery. 

8560. — . — . . . . Detroit. Bakehouse accounts 

under Thompson's contract, October-December, 1801. 

Amount of flour sent to bakehouse. 
James Henry, contractor's agent. 



140 BIBLIOGRAPHY OP MICHIGAN 

8561. — . — . . . . Ledger of contractor's 

agent [James Henry] 1797-1800. 

Includes accounts for Fort Miami, Fort Wajaie, Michilimackinac and Presqu' Isle. 
Officers' accounts cover the issues at Detroit. 

8562. — . — . — — . . . Letter book of James 

Henry, contractor's agent at Detroit. Detroit, October 20, 1799-December 
30, 1800. 

8563. — . — . . .  . Stock account books. 

Detroit, October 1, 1799-September 30, 1801. 2 v. 

1799-1800. James O'Hara, contractor. 1800-1801. Edward Thompson, contractor 
James Henry, contractor's agent at Detroit. 

8564. — . • — . . . Mackinac. Inventory of rations 

issued and in store. Michilimackinac, June, 1800-September 1, 1801. 

William Henry, contractor's agent. Col. James O'Hara, contractor. James Henry, con- 
tractor's agent at Detroit, to whom the Mackinac reports were made. 

8565. — . — . Attorney. Michigan district. Docket of causes. [Detroit] 
1837-1863. 3v. 

8566. — . — . . . Letter book, July 17, 1844- 

November 12, 1851. 

8567. — . — . . . Letter books. Detroit, April 

26, 1841-December 24, 1864. 3 v. 

8568. — . — . Bureau of the census. [Census rolls of Michigan territory 

for the counties of Brown, Crawford, Mackinac, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland 

and Wayne, and of the town of Detroit]. 

Eight sheets; typewritten copies of originals in the office of the clerk of the Supreme 
court at Lansing. 

Indorsement on each sheet: Filed . . . July 25, 1821. 

8569. — . — . Circuit court. Michigan. Eastern district. Term docket 
for Judge Wilkins, March, 1869. 

8570. — . — . Congress. Committee appointed to prepare a plan for the 
temporary government of the western territory. Report. [Washington] 
March 1, 1784. 3, 1 p. 

Photographic copy (mounted, 4 cds.). 

8571. — . — .Custom house. Detroit. Cash book. Detroit, May 21, 
[1824]-June 22, 1826. 

William Woodbridge, collector. 

8572. — . — . . . Daybooks. Detroit, February 11, 

1815-July 19, 1828. 9 v. 

8573. — . — . . . Impost book, 1815-1823. 

8574. — . — . . . Journal. Detroit, January 16, 

1816-March 31, 1819. 



MANUSCRIPTS 141 

8575. — . — . . . Ledger. Detroit, 1817-1818. 

8576. — . — . . Mackinac. Journals. Mackinac, April 21, 

1806-July 20, 1809. 2 v. 

George Hoffman, collector. 

8577. — . — . . . Ledgers. [Mackinac] 1806- 

1808. 2 V. 

8578. — . — . General hospitals. Detroit (Harper). Prescriptions for the 
sick and wounded at Harper, U. S. A. General hospital, December 3, 1864- 
April 15, 1865. 

Ruled for names of soldiers and daily prescriptions. 

8579. — . — . . (St. Mary's). Letter book. De- 
troit, December 8, 1864-April 17, 1865. 64 p. 

Letters, requisitions and accounts, signed by the acting ass't surgeons of the U. S. Army, 
in charge. 

8580. — . — . . . . Register of dis- 
charges [from] St. Mary's hospital, August 8, 1863-October.26, 1864. 126 p. 

Report of guard, January 23-March 1, 1865, p. 118-119, 124-125. 
Passes granted, January 24-February 25, 1864, p. 120-123. 

8581. — . — . . . . Register of fur- 
loughs issued at St. Mary's U. S. A. General hospital, January 9, 1864-May 29, 
1865. not paged. 

8582. — . — . Land office. Records of the United States Land office at 
Detroit. Detroit, 1804. 454 p. 

Earliest doctunents recorded are of date 1760, p. 395, 403. 

8583. — . — . Marshal. Michigan. Account book for U. S. causes in the 

circuit and district courts of Michigan, 1849-1857. 

Charles H. Knox, U. S. Marshal. 
George \V. Rice. 

8584. — . — . . . Eastern district. Account l^ook for 

causes in bankruptcy. [Detroit] April 2S, 1869-1874. 

Joseph R. Bennet, U. S. Marshal. 

8585. — . — . . . . Cash book. [De- 
troit] January 31, 1881-February 14, 1885. 

S. S. Mathews, Marshal. 

8586. — . — . . . . Docket of causes 

for service of writs. [Detroit] April 28, 1869-March 17, 1886. 5 v. 

8587. — . — . . . . . Docket of U. S. 

causes for service of commissioner's warrants. [Detroit] 1874-1883. 3 v. 

8588. — . — . . . : . Letter books. [De- 
troit] April 6, 1877-February 12, 1880. 2 v. 



142 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8589. — . — . . . Huron and Detroit district. Account 

with William McDowell Scott as rendered by him, May 7, 1809. 

For serving citations, attendance in court, jury summons, pauper maintenance and 
services in the magistrates' offices. 

8590. — . — . Superintendent of Indian affairs. Michigan. Record book 
of licenses issued to Indian traders. Detroit, September 28, 1805-February 
10, 1817. 

8591. — . — .President. Commission to Solomon Sibley as member of the 
legislative council of the territory of the United States northwest of the River 
Ohio. Washington, December 23, 1800. 

8592. — . — . Secretary of State. Passport issued to George Duffield. 
Washington, May 1, 1882. 

8593. Van Dyke & Emmons. Claim book. Detroit, 1848-1852. [239] p. 
In this is: Van Dyke & McNeil. Claim book, 1868, 3 p. at end of vol. 

8594. . Journal. Detroit, August 13, 1844r Decem- 
ber 4, 1847. 

8595. . Letter books. Detroit, October 24, 1843- 

March 26, 1853. 12 v. 

8596. Van Dyke, Philip J. D. and McNeil, Halmer E. Ledger. Detroit, 
1866-1867. 

8597. Van Husan, Caleb. Check stub-book. [Detroit] May 27, 1875- 
January 8, 1876. 

8598. , . Check stub-books. [Detroit] May 27, 1875- 

July 7, 1885. 2 v. 

8599. , . Letter book. [Detroit] September 17, 1861- 

February 11, 1865; September 19, 1879-Octobcr 29, 1884. 

. 8600. , , estate. Letter book. [Detroit] September 19, 

1884-November 19, 1887. 

8601. Wayne county. Bible society. Record books. Detroit, 1856-1913. 
2 V. 

In 1856 the society was known as the "Bible society of the city of Detroit." It was 
reorganized in 1865 under the old name "Wayne county Bible society." 
Treasurer's reports are included from 1888 until the final report in 1913. 

8602. — . Clerk. Marriage affidavits. 1831-1834. 

8603. . Justice of the peace. Docket of causes. Detroit, 

January 2, 1835-June 7, 1836. 

Robert Abbott, Justice of the peace. 

8604. . . Docket of cases. [French- 
town] June 25, 1807-February 2, 1810. 

Christopher Tuttle, Justice of the peace. 



MANUSCRIPTS 143 

8605. . Medical society. Record book. April 14, 1849- 

May 13, 1851. 

Constitution, by-laws and minutes of meetings from organization of the society to its 
dissolution. 

8606. , Northwest territory, . . . County tax for the year 

1802. [Sargent, Hamtramck, Detroit and St. Clair townships]. 1802. [18] p. 

8607. , . Justice of the peace. Docket 

of causes. Detroit, January 29, 1801-AIay 21, 1803. 
James Henry, Justice of the peace. 

8608. Williams, James Mott. Cargo book. Detroit, Alay 21, 1859- 
October 3. 1862. 

Entries show shipments of coal received by different vessels. 

8609. Williams, John R. Account book. [Detroit] February 12, 1827- 
March 28. 1828. 

House expenditures, kept by Theodore Williams. 

8610. , . Cash book. [Detroit] March 13, 1809-Decem- 

ber 2, 1815. 

Receipts are from daily sales; disbursements include domestic, personal and business 
entries. 

8611. , . Daybooks. Detroit, July 22, 1822-November 

25. 1853. 9 V. 

8612. , . Ledgers. [Detroit] 1805-1843. 5 v. 

8613. , . Letter book. [Detroit] July 20- June 7, 1810. 

(In his Ledger C, 1813-33. 12 p. at front of vol.). 

8614. , . Sales book. [Detroit] x\ugust 19, 181 7-August 

1, 1818. 

General merchandise. 

8615. , ., estate. Check stub-book. James L. Lyell, 

banker. Detroit, January 24-29, 1856. 

8616. Williams, Thomas. Day books. [Detroit] November 5, 1781- 
Scptember 18, 1786. 5 v. 

8617. ,. . Ledgers. [Detroit] 1782-1788. 2 v. 

These volumes are respectively: A, 1782-1786 (Many pages missing); and B, 1784-1788 
(Some accounts show settlement of T. Williams' estate). 

8618. Willmarth, Hiram. Memorandum books. [Rcdford, Mich., 1835- 
1854]. 2 V. 

Surveying and miscellaneous notes. 

8619. Winder, John. Bankbook. Bank of Michigan. [Detroit] April 24, 

1839-September 18, 1841. 

Bank account in first half of vol. U. S. Circuit court. Michigan district. List of notices 
served, [1844?] in last half of vol. 



144 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MICHIGAN 

8620. Wing, Nelson H. Check stub-book. [n. p.] 1866-1869. 

8621. , . Diary. Greenwich [N. Y.] 1869. 

Daily notes of life at Greenwich, N. Y. and of business and social visits to Boston, New 
York, Detroit, and Springfield, Vt. 

8622. , —  . Land Books, [n. p.] September 1, 1860-September 

16, 1872. 3 V. 

Michigan lands, purchased and located, listed for taxes. 

Vol. 1 September 1, 1860. 

Vol. 2 October, 1862 (Chicago and Dubuque properties added in 1864). 

Vol. 3 September 16, 1872. 

8623. , . Ledgers, [n. p.] [Greenwich, N. Y.?] May 11, 

1868-1877. 2 v. 

8624.  — — 5 . Memoranda of demands [notes, mortgages, etc.]. 

[n. p.] [Greenwich, N. Y.?] May 17, 1869-1877. 2 v. 

8625. , ., estate. Bankbook. Detroit national bank. De- 
troit, May 12, 1884-December 10, 1889. 

Wm. J. Gray, administrator. 

8626. , ., • . Bankbook. First national bank, De- 
troit. Detroit, September 17, 1877-November 12, 1878. 

R. P. Toms, executor. 

8627. , ., . Bank book. Second national bank, De- 
troit. Detroit, November 12, 1878-January 23, 1883. 

8628. ,  ., . Cash books. [Detroit] September 17, 

1877-March 11, 1890. 2 v. 

8629.  , ., . Check stub-books. Second national 

bank. Detroit, September 17, 1877-Mareh 21, 1885. 2 v. 

8630. , ., . Inventory book. [Detroit, 1877]. 

Genealogy of the family of Nelson H. Wing, and specific legacies, in front of book. 

863 1 . Wolf schlaeger , Lucas , e state . Disbursements by M . E . Woodworth , 
administrator. [Detroit] July 18, 1902-April 20, 1904. 

8632. Wolverine knitting company, Detroit. Record book. Detroit, 
July 15-Octobcr 3, 1889. 

8633. Woodbridge, William. Account book. [Detroit] January 2-Jvily 6, 
1857. 

In account with Brooks & Adams for building material. 

8634. , . Account book [postage?], [n. p.] April 6- 

December 27 [18—?]. 

8635. , . Account book. [Detroit, n. d.]. 

8636. , . Bank book. Detroit, July 1, 1820-July 

24, 1824. 

Mutilated. 



MANUSCRIPTS 145 

8637. , . Bank book. Bank of the United States. 

New York branch. New York, August 19, 1833-Aup:ust 17, 1834. 

8638. , . Cash books, [n. p.] June, 1813-Au<;ust 1, 

1831. 2 V. 

8639. , . Claim books, [n. p.] April, 1804-Sep- 

i ember, 1821. 10 v. 

8640. , . Diaries. [Detroit] December 25, 1850- 

Alarch 2, 1858. 5 v. 

8641. , . Ledger. Detroit, January-June, 1835. 

Entries of a commission merchant making shipments to London, Liverpool, Dublin, 
Cadiz, etc. 

Sales account for January 6-8 is signed " James Bennett per William Woodbridge. " 

8642. , . Ledger accoimts. [Detroit] April 17, 1819- 

May 18, 1822. 

8643. Wright, J. L., & bros. Balance book. [Detroit] July 10, 1850- 
February 15, 1851. 

Statement of the balance due to and from J. L. Wright & bros. 
19 



INDEX 



INDEX 



Abbot, t. c. 

Clutc: Dr. T. C.Abbot, 716 

Manual labor at M. A. C, 1 
Abbott, E. W. 

Facts about Midi., 2 
, F. H. 

Practice in civil actions in courts of rec- 
ord, 3 

-,J. 



Numbers refer to titles. 



Mss., 8037, 8040 
-, M., estate 



Norton: Mss., 8107 
-, R. and J. 



Hamtramck: Power of attorney to S. 
Sibley to confess judgment, 8409 
-, S, 



Abbott: Mss., 8040 
Abbott and Gamble 

Map of Muskegon Lake, 7909 
Abell, T. B. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on public lands: Report on 
resolution authorizing commissioner 
of land office to issue certificate of 
purchase to school lands, 4585 
Abolition, see Slavery 
Acadamies 

Micliigan. State teachers' association: 
Memorial asking portion of proceeds 
from swamp lands, 5111 
See also Schools; name of academy 
Accident Fund, see Michigan. Insurance 

dcpt. 

Accidants 

Worsficld: Special danger near switches 
on railroad tracks, 7041 
Accounting 

Micliigan. State board of accountancy: 
C. P. A. manual, 4860 
Account books, see Manuscripts 
Accounts, see Business manuscripts 
Ada 

Map, by R. Andrewes, 7604 
Adair, W. & co. 

Autumn catalogue, 4 
Descriptive catalogue, 5 
Adam, J. J. 

J^Iichigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on claims: Report relative to 
claim, 4448 

Adams, A. H. 

Mss., 8107, 8109 



ADAMS, C. C. 

Ecological survey in northern Mich., 6 
Ecological survey of Isle Royale, 7 

Historical sketch of U. of M., 8 
Michigan. University: Memorial ad- 
dresses at funeral of Prof. Watson. 
5197 
U. of M., 9 

, C. S., estate 



Land liook, 8206 
-^ — , M. B. 
U. S. Engineer dept. : 
6668 

, M. J. 

History of suffrage^ 10 
P. R. 



Manistee Harbor, 



Treatise on prohibitory liquor law of 
Mich., 11 
-, R. C. 



Agriculture in Mich., 12 

Addison, L. G. 

t3hio boundary, 13 

Address of Democratic members of legisla- 
ture, 14 

on advisability of purchasing Belle 

Isle, 16 

to Democracy of Ingham county, 15 

Addresses at inauguration of Rev. H. O 

Butterfield, 17 

Adjutant general, see Michigan. Adjutant 

general's ofiicc 

Admiralty cases 

Newljerry: Reports of cases argued and 
adjuged, 5539 

Adrian 

Board of education 

Report, 18 

See also Adrian. Public schools 
Charters and ordinances, 19-21 
College 

Calendar, 28 

Repertory', 29 

Alpha tau omega and Kappa kappa 
gamma fraternities 
The exponent, 30 
Description 

Charming Adrian, 649 
Directories 

Annual city directory, 27 

Brown: Directory, 454 

Chapin: City directory, 643 



150 



INDEX 



ADRIAN— Continued 

High school 

Senior sickle, 6200 
History 

[Bonner]: History, 396 
Millard: Early history of Lenawee 
CO. and of Adrian, 5442 
Ladies library association 

Catalogue, 22, 23 
Public school library 

Catalogue, 24, 25 
Public schools 

Lyster: Report on typhoid fever 

among school children, 2785 
Payne: Historical sketch, 5683 
See also Adrian. Board of education 
Story tellers' league 

Year book, 26 
Smart: Whisky war in, 6263 
Advantages of Ludington, 31 
Aeroplanes 

Williams aeroplane co.: Concerning our 
exhibition machines, 6960 
Aetna base ball association 
Record book, 8207 

Aetna insurance co. 

[Map of] Wisconsin & Michigan, 7239 

Agate Harbor 

Preliminary chart, bv U. S. War dept., 

7934 
Agate Harbor, by U. S. War dept., 7935 

Agricultural college, ,see Michigan. Agri- 
cultural college 

Agricultural education 

jcffcry: Elementary laboratory study in 

crops, 2392; in soils, 2393 
Michigan. Commission on industrial and 

agricultural education: Report, 3259 
. Dept. of public instruction: 

Agriculture in rural schools, 3355 



Co. schools of agriculture, 3373 

. State commission on industrial 

and agricultural education: Report, 



AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS, see Mich- 
igan. Census 

Agriculture 

Adair: Descriptive catalogue of vege- 
table, flower and agricultural seeds, 5 

Adams: Agriculture in Mich., 12 

Allegan co. farmer's institute: Annual 
report, 52 

Baird : Requisites for successful farming, 
187 

Beal: Comparing yield of old meadows 
with those recently seeded, 297 

Blowe: Geog., commercial, and agr. view 
of United States, 393 

Carton: Extract from address on rela- 
tionship between agriculture and manu- 
facturing, 586 

Cass: Address before Kalamazoo co. 
agricultural society, 605 

: Address before Mich, state agri- 
cultural society, 606 

Central Mich, agricultural society: List 
of premiums, 626 

[Crawford county. Board of supervisors] : 
Back to farm, 860 

Dixon: Study of farm management 
problems in Lenawee co., 1529 

Drake: Management of sandy-land 
farms, 1543 

Emmons: Mss., 8041 

Fulton: Tillage, 1776 

Gibbons: Addresses, 8404 

Leverett: Surface geology, 2727 

McDowell: Farming on cut-over lands, 
2828 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Study of school gardens and elemen- 
tary agriculture, 3440 

. Dept. of state: Mich, crop 

report, 3510 

Geological survey : Com 



4954 

Sec also Michigan. 



Agricultural college 



Agricultural pests 

Taft: Legislation relating to insects, 6461 

: Pests of orchard and garden, 6469 

: vSmall fruit notes; spraying, 6478 

: Spraying calendar, 6481 

Agricultural societies 

Berrien county agricultural society: Pre- 
mium list, 351 
Emmons: Mss., 8041, 8078 
May: Farmers' movement, 2927 
Missaukee county agricultural society: 

Premium list of annual fair, 5460 
Northern Michigan agricultural and me- 
chanical society: Officers, rules and 
regulations, and premium list, 5560 
See also Eaton county agricultural so- 
ciety; Michigan. State agricultural 
society; St. Clair county agricultural 
society 



munication [in compliance with reso- 
lution requesting information on bene- 
fits to agricultural interests from com- 
pletion of survey], 3562 

. Laws, statutes, etc.: _ Act 

providing for securing crop statistics, 
3937 

Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on agriculture: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred part of 
governor's message on subject, 3975 

. . Senate. 

Report in pur- 



suance to resolution for encourage- 
ment, 4431 



: Report [relative to 

aid to agricultural industry], 4432 

Political science association: 



Social problems of the farmers, 4797 
Osborn: Farming, 5611 
Osborne farm annual, 5612 
Russell: Agricultural notes in Ohio and 

Mich., 6055 



INDEX 



151 



AGRICULTURE— Continued 

Seclcy: Climate of Mich, and its relation 

to agriculture, 6197 
Smalley: Management of muck-land 

farms, 6259 
Shaw: Michigan agriculture, 6221 
[Stebbins]: Western farm and factories, 

6389 
Stocking: Michigan farmers; effect of 

Wilson-Gorman act, 6410 
Towar: Cow peas, soy beans and winter 

vetch, 6554 
Traverse City. Board of trade: Grand 

Traverse fruits and agriculture, 6572 
Upper Peninsula development bureau 

Diversified farming, 6723 



Homes and farms in Upper Peninsula 
6724 



Home sweet home, 6725 



Seven million fertile acres, 6727 
Western Michigan development bureau 
Western Michigan, land of oppor- 
tunity, 6875, 6876 



Western Michigan, land of fruit and 
fortune, 6873, 6874 
See also Beal, W. J.; Farms and farm- 
ing; Fruit and fruit culture; Land; 
Michigan. Agricultural college; Michi- 
gan. Legislature. Senate. Committee 
on agriculture; Michigan. Public do- 
main commission; Michigan. State 
board of agriculture; Michigan. State 
grange; Railroad lands; Soils; U. S. 
Dept. of agriculture; Vegetables; 
Weeds 
Ainge, T. S. 

Michigan. State board of health : Quar- 
ter-century of pubhc health literature, 
4015 
Alabaster, J. 
Answer on traffic and use of intoxicating 
beverages, 32 
Alanson 

Polk & CO. : Directory, 5763 
Alba 

Polk & CO. : Directory, 5763 
Albach, J. R. 

Perkins: Annals of West, 5704-5708 
Albert Benjamin Prescott; in memoriam, 
33 

Alberti, A. 

Map of Saginaw valley, 7398 

Albion 

Charters, 34 
College 

Fiske: Albion college, 1700 

Pleiad, 36 

Year book, 37 
Commercial college 

Circular, 38 
Directories 

Nedham: Director^', 5533 



ALBION— Continued 

Polk tV- CO. : Battle Creek city directory, 
5760 
( )rdinanccs, 35 
Albright, E. F. 

(Reminiscences of Detroit], 8208 
Album of Detroit, 39 
Alcona county 

Gregor\': Preliminary' geol. report, 1990 
Leverett: Alcona co., 2722 
Township map, by C. L. Smith, 7408 
Alden, H. 

Michigan. Auditor general's office: Re- 
port relative to claims of estate, 3141 
Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on claims: Report relative to 
claims of estate, 4449 

, L. P. 

State public school, 40 

Alexander, C. T. 

Letter book, 8209 

See also Alexander and Paddock 

,J. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report rela- 
tive to petition, 4112 
-, K.. B. 



Log of North shore club, 41 
Alexander and Paddock 

Journal, 8210 

Alfalfa 

Michigan. Agricultural college. Experi- 
ment station: Doubtful substitutes 
for clover, 3016 

[Shaw]: Alfalfa, 6211 

Shoesmith: Alfalfa growing, 6237 

Smith: Alfalfa in Mich., 6267 

Alger, R. A. 

Eulogy on Gen. P. H. Sheridan, 42 
Michigan. Governor: [Messages and 

pardons], 3728-3731 

. Legislature: R. A. Alger, 3965 

Smith: Eulogy upon life and character, 

6316 
L'. S. 59th Cong., 2d sess.: Russell 

Alexander Alger. Memorial addresses, 

6648 

Alger Republican club 

Matthews: Alger Republican club, 2922 

Algoma steel corporation 

International joint commission: Mich, 
northern power co. Proceedings, 2324 

Algonac 
Directories 

Meech: Port Huron and St. Clair co. 

directory, 2935 
Wolverine directory co. : St. Clair co. 
director;,', 7008 

Aliens, see Foreigners 

AUardt, M. H. 
Michigan, 43 

Allegan 

By-laws and charter, 44, 45 
Manual, 46 



152 



INDEX 



ALLEGAN— Continued 

Public library 
Annual report, 47 
Guide, 48 

Schedule of lots for sale by Mary Ann 
Hubbard, 6154 

Village directory, 49 
Allegan county 

Calkins: Petition for grant of swamp 
lands for railroad, 551 

Citizens: Memorial relative to appor- 
tionment of representatives, 50 

: Petition to confer public lands 

on Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad, 
51 

Cook : Six months among Indians, 803 

Farm journal directory, 1636 

Farmers' institutes: Annual report, 52 

History, 2146 

Map, by Geil & Harlev, 7409 

, by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7411 

, of cos. of Ottawa and Muskegon 

and part of Allegan, by Geil & Harley, 
7552 

-Ogle & CO.: Standard atlas, 7412 

Pioneer society: Report, 53 

Portrait and biographical record, 5838 

Thomas: Twentieth century history, 
6521 

Titus: Atlas, 7410 

Trowbridge: Land book, 8548 

: Letter books, 8550 

Allegan land co. 

Sales book, 8211 
Allan, A. B. 

Muskegon. Ordinances, etc.: Ordi- 
nances, 5515 
, James 

U. S. War dept. : Schoolcraft and Allen — 
expedition to Northwest Indians, 6698 
, John 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Select 
committee: Report of committee to 
which was referred bill to improve ad- 
ministration of justice, 4722 
-, J. A. 



Introductory address to third session of 
college of medicine and surgery, U. 
of M., 54 
-, R. C. 



Contributions to Pre-Cambrian geology of 
northern Michigan and Wisconsin, 55 
Iron River iron-bearing district, 56 
Mineral resources of Mich., 57-62 
-, W. F. 



Place of Northwest in general history, 63 
AUgemeiner arbeiter-bund 

Souvenir program, 64 

Allouez, C. J. 

Verwyst: Missionary labors in Lake 
Superior region, 6759 

Alma college 

Blaisdell : Renaissance of denominational 

college, 383 
Bruske: History, 479 
Catalogue, 65 



ALMA COLLEGE— Continued 

Cooper: Plea for smiallcr college, 828 
First greeting, 66 
Alma mining, milling and smelting co. 

Maybury: Mss., 8189 
Alma sanitarium, 67 
Almanacs, see Michigan almanac 
Almont 

Souvenir for home coming, 6346 
Almont, county of 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on towns and counties: Report 
to whom was referred petitions for 
organization of, 4242 
Almshouses and workhouses 
Brodie: Address, 444 
Storrs: Our county poorhouses, 6419 
Wayne county. Grand jurj^: Present- 
ment relative to house of refuge, 6829 
Almy, J. 

[Michigan. Board of internal improve- 
ment : Communication transmitting] 
report on surv^ey of Maple River, 3185 
Plat of subdivision known as Mission 
Reserve and constituting part of 5th 
ward of Grand Rapids, 7708 
Plat of Grand Rapids, 7706 
State of Michigan, 68 
Alpena 

Board of education 

Annual report, 69, 70 
Description 

Boulton: Souvenir, 407 
Directory 

City and count}' directory, 72 
Public library 
Catalogue, 71 
Alpena county as she is, 73 
Alpena county 

Boulton: Complete histon*', 405, 406 
Dewey: Alpena county, 1502 
Oliver: Centennial history, 5596 
Outline map, 7413 

Township map, by C. L. Smith, 7414 
Alpena evening echo 

Alpena, 74 
Alpena magnetic spring, 75 
Alpena national bank, 76 
Alpena weekly argus 
City of Alpena, 77 
Alphadelphia association 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on incorporations: Report of 
committee [to whom was referred peti- 
tions for- incorporation], 4088 
Altenbrandt, E. 

Men behind guns in making of greater 
Grand Rapids, 78 
Altitudes, see Michigan. Altitudes 
Altona 

[Map of] town of, 7605 

Alvord, C. W. 

Conquest of St. Joseph, 79 

Alward, D. E. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate: Prac- 
tice and procedure, 4424 



INDEX 



153 



AMBOY, LANSING AND TRAVERSE BAY 
RAILROAD 
Emmons: Mss., 8068 
Freight deliverj' book, 8212 
Journal, 8213 
Letter book, 8214 
Memorial of stockliolders for legislative 

committee to examine frauds, 80 
Petition for grant of lands, 81 
Trowbridge: Mss., 8109 
Williams: Memorial relative to exami- 
nation into affairs of, 6939 
Ameiva bifrontata cope 

Rutlivin: Un ameiva bifrontata cope, 
6058 
America 
Antiquities 

Schoolcraft: Incentives to study 
ancient period, 6164 
Bibliography 

Hubbard: Valuable private librarj', 
2250 
American atlas co. 

Plat book of Hillsdale co., 7462 
American 1 liographical history, 82 
American digest classification 
Michigan digest, 5394, 5395 
American electric fuse co. 

Tones: How SIO grew to $500,000, 2422 
American express company 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on finance: Report relative to 
claim, 4468 
American foul brood, see Foul brood 
American revolution 

Burton: Detroit in revolution, 519 
Butterfield: Washington-Irvine corre- 
spondence, 543 
Dodge: Narrative during captivity, 1532 
Lossing: (Papers representing material 

u.sed], 8445 
Martindale: Lougher\''s defeat, 2913 
Moore: Northwest under three flags, 
5479 
American revolution, Daughters of, see 
Daughters of the American revolution 
American revolution, Sons of, see Sons of 
the American revolution 

American schoolmaster, 83 

American social science association 

Baker: Report of meeting, 194 

American Sunday school union 

Reports, 84, 85 

American wit and humor 
Some funny things, 6331 
Ver>' funny, not too fuimy; just funny 
enough, 6760 

Americanization 

National Americanization committee: 
Americanizing a city, 5522 
See also Detroit. Public Ubrary 

Amusements 

Ballard: Popular amusements, 2 1 1 
Ross: Industrial school entertainments, 
6031 



ANATOMY, HUMAN. Outlines, syllabi, 
etc. 
Michigan. Universitv: Svnopsis of lec- 
tures by C. L. Ford, 5215 
Ancient order of united workmen. Detroit 
lodge 
By-laws, 86 

. Grand 

lodge 
Constitution, 87, 88 

Anderson, A. C. 

Second report of grade dairj' herd, 89 
Shaw: Cull beans as food for swine, 6213 

: First annual report of grade dairy 

herd, 6219 
Studies in milk production, 90 
Studies in butterfat, 91 
-,E. 



Cash book, 8215 
-, F. M. 



Michigan. Political science association: 
Papers and addresses on primary' re- 
form, 4794 
,1. 



Martindale: Loughery's defeat, 2913 
-.J. 



Mss., 8114 

-, Mrs. J. A. 



Miscellaneous mss., 8126 
-, M. B. 



La Salle: Relation of discoveries and 
voyages, 2686 
Andersonville monument commission, see 
Michigan. iVndersonville monument 
commission 

Andrewes, R. 

Map of Ada, 7604 

Andrews, A. W. 

Ruthven: Miscellaneous papers on zool- 
ogv, 6057 

— ^,L. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report relative 
to claim, 4682 

Andrus, L. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary': Report rela- 
tive to claim, 4117 
Angell, J. B. 

Centennial celebration of evacuation of 

Detroit, 625 
D'Ooge: President Angell's quarter cen- 
tennial, 1537 
Michigan Dcpt. of public instruction: 
J. B. Angell memorial day, 3393 

University : Address in honor 



of, 5159 



auguration, 5179 



Exercises at in- 
-: U. of M.; quar- 



ter-centennial celebration of presidency, 
5221 

Law dept.: Lec- 



ture course on international law, 8471 
Reminiscences, 92 



154 



INDEX 



ANGELL, J. B.— Continued 

U. S. Deep waterways commission: Re- 
port, 6661 
U. of M.; commemorative oration, 93 

Anglo-American relations 

Callahan: Neutrality of American lakes, 
553 

Anishinabe enamiad, 94 

Annals of St. Paul's church, Detroit, 95 

Ann Arbor 

Ann Arbor railroad company 

Annual report, 147 
Art association 

Ann Arbor art association; its aims 
and scope, 96 

Exliibition of Oriental and American 
art 97 

Handbook, 98 
Board of education 

Annual catalogue, 99 

Annual reports, 100 

Annual report of superintendent, 101 

Manual of course of study in primary 
and grammar depts., 102 
Board of health 

Rules and regulations, 103 
[Business men's association] 

City of Ann Arbor, 104 
Charters, 105-112 
Civic association 

Ann Arbor, 113 
Classified business and professional direc- 
tory, 114 

Yearbook, 115 
Clark's, Misses, young ladies' seminary 

Prospectus, 702 

Report and catalogue, 703 
Common council 

Proceedings, 116 
Congregational church. Ladies' aid so- 
ciety 

Cook book, 117 
Dau's blue book, 913 
Dept. of i)ublic health 

Monthly report, 118 

Description 

[Ann Arbor civic association]: Ann 

Arbor, 113 
Cheever: Pleasant walks and drives, 

658 

Directories 

Ann Arbor civic association: Classified 
business and professional directory, 
114 
Chapin: City directory, 644 
Cole & Keating's Ann Arbor directory, 

739 
Loomis & Talbott's Ann Arbor city di- 
rectory, 2768 
Mills: Ann Arbor- Ypsilanti directory, 

5450 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5759 
Pray: Washtenaw co. directory, 5866 
Wendell directory co. : Washtenaw co. 
directory, 6861 



ANN ARBOR— Continued 

District Sabbath school convention 

Proceedings, 119 
Fire underwriters 

Minimum tariff of rates, 120 
First Congregational church 

Confession of faith, 121 

Manual, 122 

Officers and members, 123 

Report of church and society, 126 

Roll of members, 124 

Souvenir, 125 
Folio by I. C. Russell & F. Leverett, 

7760, 7761 
P'igh school 

Breeze, 127 

Catalogue, 128 

Exercises, 129 

General catalog, 130 

Omega, 131 
Maps 

(Bird's eye view], by A. Ruger, 7612 

City of, by H. Hart, 7607 

City of, by D. A. Pettibone, 7608 

City of, by S. Pettibone, 7609 

Map, 7613 

Map, by H. P. Gould, 7610 

Map, by J. F. Stratton,^7606 

Map, by Wickes bros., 7611 
Medical club 

Banquet, 132 
Memorial proceedings in honor of Abra- 
ham Lincoln, 133 
Ordinances, 105-112 
Preparatory school 

Catalogue, 134 
Pulilic library 

Classified list of books, 135 
Public school library 

Catalogue, 136 

Finding list of English prose fiction, 137 
Quadrangle map, see Quadrangle maps 

Resources 

City of Ann Arbor, 679 

St. Andrew's church 
Annual report, 138 
Cross: History, 865 
Year book, 139 

School of music 

Announcement, 140 

Scientific association 

Constitution and by-laws, 141 

Special waterworks committee 
Final report, 142 

Steere: University of Michigan and 
saloons of Ann Arbor, 6395 

Sunderland: Ministry of 15 years in col- 
lege town, 6437 

Tales 

Harriman: Ann Arbor tales, 2049 

Union high school 
Exercises, 143 

Union school 
Catalogue, 144 



INDEX. 



155 



ANN ARBOR -Continued 

L'nitarian tliurdi 
Services and announcements, 145 
Unitarian church, etc., services, organi- 
zation, officers, etc., 146 
Water works 

Williams: Reports on valuation and 
extension, 6942 
See also Washtenaw county 
Anne 

Woojson: Anne, 7036, 7037 
Anne Meldrum Dermont 
(In MemoriamJ, 148 

Anneke, E. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on ways and means: Report of 
committee to whom was referred reso- 
lution to inquire whether auditor gen- 
eral has paid over all moneys received, 
4251 
Annotations and citations 

Cilaltir, ()77 

Anthon, C. E. 

Narrative of settlement of G. C. Anthon 
in America, 149 
, G. C. 

Anthon: Narrative of settlement in 

America, 149 
Ward and Palmer: Mss., 8134 

Anti-Masonic party 
Williams: Mss., 8038 

Antiquities 

[Kt/.enhouser]: Engravings of prehistoric 

specimens, 1614 
Gillman: Certain characteristics pertain- 
ing to ancient man, 1810 
IVIichigan. University. Gallcr\^ of art 

and archaeology: Catalogue, 5283- 

5285 
Pidgcon: Traditions of De-coo-dah; and 

antiquarian researches, 5736 
Russell : Prehistoric discoveries in Wayne 

CO., 6054 
Savage: Prehistoric finds of Mich.. 6145 
Schoolcraft: Archives of aboriginal 

knowledge, 6159 
: Incentives to study ancient 

period, 6164 
Smith: Archeological survey of Mich., 

6297 
: Notes on data of Michigan 

archaeology, 6299 

Prehistoric and modem copper 



mines of Lake Superior, 6312 

: Saginaw valley collection, 6300 

Summary of archeology of Sagi- 



naw valley, 6301 

Society of colonial wars. Michigan: Mes- 
sage of mound builders, 6326 

See also A.rchaeology ; Earthworks; 
Mounds and mound builders; Saginaw 
valley 

Anti-slavery 

Miscellaneous mss., 8184 

See also Fugitive slaves; Slavery 



ANTI-SLAVERY STATE CONVENTION, 

see Michigan. Anti-slavery st^ite con- 

\rnli< III 
Anti-tuberculosis association, see Michigan. 

Anti-tuberculosis association 
Antrim county 

( )gle & CO. : Standard atlas, 7416 

Pond: Official atlas, 7415 

Stearns salt and lumber co.: Kalkaska 
and Antrim cos. and their farm lands, 
6387 

Traverse region, historical and dcscrip- 
livf, 65S0 
Anville, [Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d'l 

Amerique scptentrionale, 7088 

Canada, Louisiane et terrcs Angloises, 
7091 

North America from French of, 7104 
Appeal showing necessity of early comple- 
tion of Great western railway, 150 
Applegate, T. S. 

History of press of Michigan, 151 

Apples 

lEustacc]: Thinning apples, 1618 

Hart man: Can general farmer afford to 

grow apples, 2068 
Long Point development association: 

Golden opportunities, 2761 
Pettit: Insects injurious to, 5719 
Taft: A7)ple orchard, 6452, 6453 
: Fruit list and apple scab remedies, 

6457 
Sec also Fruit and fruit culture 

Apportionment bill 

Michigan. Governor: Message relative 
to, 3659 

Appraisal laws 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report of 
committee to whom was referred so 
much of governor's message as relates 
to, 4132, 4133 

Arbitration, industrial 

Michigan. Slate court of mediation and 
arbitration: Report, 4955, 4956 

Arbor day 

Beal: Hints, 300 

: Two programs, 317 

King: Prose and verse for use on, 2530 
Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 

Arbor day, 3357-3360 
Pattrngill: .Special day exercises, 5672 

Archaeology 

Kelsey: Some archeological forgeries 

from Mich., 2499 
Pearse: Cra\vfishes. Insect galls. Birds. 

Aboriginal remains, 5686 
Pidgeon: Traditions of De-coo-dah; and 

antiquarian researches, 5736 
Russell : Prehistoric discoveries in Wayne 

CO., 6054 
Ruthven: Herpetology of Mich., 6056 
Savage: Prehistoric finds of Mich., 6145 
Smith: Archeological survey of Mich., 

6297 



156 



INDEX 



ARCHAEOLOGY— Continued 

: Notes on data of Michigan 

archaeology, 6299 

: Summary of archeology of Sagi- 
naw valley, 6301 

See also Antiquities ; Earthworks ; Mounds 
and mound builders 
Architects' and builders' directory 

Detroit. Architects' and builders' direc- 
tory, 957 
Architecture 

Detroit. Public library: Architecture; 
selected list of books, 1282 

International mill and timber company: 
Famous 50 Sterling system built homes, 
2327 

: Sterling 

system of home building, 2328 

National building plan association: 
Artistic homes, 5525, 5526 
Archives 

Canada. Archives: Documents, 575 

Conger: Report on public archives of 
Mich., 764 

Person: Report on public archives of 
Mich., 5711, 5712 
Arenac county 

Gregory: Geological report, 1989, 1990 

Ogle & CO.: Standard atlas, 7417 

Argonaut, 152 
Arithmetic 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction 
Arithmetic teaching, 3361 



3rd grade arithmetic, 3457 



4th grade arithmetic, 3386 



5th grade arithmetic, 3387 



6th grade arithmetic, 3434 
Armada public library 
Catalog, 153, 154 

Armenians in Michigan 

Kassabian: Armenians in Grand Rapids 
and western Mich., 2465 

Armroyd, G. 

[Map of] Ohio, Indiana and Michigan, 
7150 

Armstrong, C. S. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate: Eu- 
logies on death of E. S. Northrup, 4421 
, G. W. 

Michigan. State board of fish commis- 
sioners: Minute upon death, 4882 

Army worm, see Insects 

Amett, B. W. 

Northwest Territory, 155 
Arnold, Rev. J. M. 

Boughton: Selections from autobiog- 
raphy, 403 

Arnold transit co. 

Aeroplane view of Michigan, 7372 
Les Cheneaux Islands, 7876 



ARRIVE, J. 

Cadillac: [Contract between Cadillac, J, 
Arrive and J. Gaultier, and F. Hazeur]^ 
8276 

Art 

Catalogues and exhibitions 
Ann Arbor art association: Exhibition 

of Oriental and American art, 97 
»' Detroit. Art club: Catalogue, 959 
. Art collection: [Catalogues], 

960 

. Art loan: Catalogue, 961 

Grand Rapids. Public library: Cata- 
logue, 1919 
Lewis art gallery: Catalogue, 2733 
Michigan. University. Gallery of art 

and archaeology: Catalogue, 5283- 

5285 
Spies public library: Catalogue of 

Indian and nature studies, 6364 
See also Hackley art gallery; Michigan. 

University 
Galleries and museums 

Pattison: Opening of Hackley art 

galleries, 5673 
Wyer: Art museum, 7055 
Municipal 

Brunner: Preliminary report for city 

plan for Grand Rapids, 478 
Comey: Detroit suburban planning, 

756 
[Duquesne]: Preliminary report on 

program for Scott fountain, 1560 
Olmsted: Conditions in Detroit, 1915. 

5602 
: Improvement of Detroit, 

5603 
See also Detroit. City plan and im- 
provement commission 
Schools 

Battle Creek school of applied art: 

Instruction paper, 261, 262 
Societies 

Ann Arbor art association, 96 

—  : Exhibition, 



97 



98 



Handbook, 



Study and teaching 

Liggett: Art education, 2741 
Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Art education, 3362 

Artesian wells 

Levcrctt: Flowing wells, 2723, 2724 
Arthur, C. B. 

Progress of Michigan women, 156 
, H., & CO. 

Map of Detroit, 7660 

Arthur Hill, 157 

Artists 

Michigan. State library: Biographical 
sketches, 5009-5012 

. : Mich, artists, 

5043 

dits, see Manual arts 



INDEX 



ir,7 



ARUNDEL, L. 

M<itor boat boys on Great Lakes, 158 
Ashes 

Ki.lzir: Manurial value, 2481 
Ashman, J. W. 

In menioriam of Hcnr>' Doty, 159 
Ashmore, E. 

Detroit training school alumni: Lest we 
fdri^'et, 1487 
Ashpole, G. A. 

Port Huron. Charters: Charter, 5814 
Ashton 

Pclk & CO.: Directory', 5763 
Askin, C. 

Diarv and memoranda, 8216, 8222 

Mss.; 8037. 8130 
, C. and J. 

Dav book, 82 1 7 

Ledgers, 8218 

, James, see Askin, C. and J. 

-, John 



Account book, 8219 

Bill book, 8220 

Inventory book, 8221 

Invoice book, 8222 

Journals, 8223 

Ledgers, 8224 

Letter book, 8225 

Mss., 8037, 8129, 8130 

Memorandum book, 8226 

Miamis co.: In account with, 8466 

. : Journals, for diary of, 8467 

Askin genealogy 

Rielianlson: War of 1812, 5974 

Assessment 

Michigan. Board of state tax commis- 
sioners: Cash value assessments, 3229 

Astronomy, see Michigan. University. De- 
troit <)l)ser\'ator\' 

Asyiimis, see Michigan. Asylimis; Michi- 
gan. Ionia state hospital; Michigan. 
Kalamazoo state hospital; Michigan. 
Pontiac state hospital; Michigan. Tra- 
verse City state hospital 

Atchison and Nebraska railroad 
J<.y: M<s., 8136, S13S 

Atchison, Topeka and Sante Fe railroad 
j(.y: Mss., 8136 

Athens 

Nedham: Directory, 5533 

Athletic association, see Michigan. Ath- 
letic association 

Athletics, see Wrestling 

Atlases, see Maps and atlases; Michigan. 
Atlases; names of counties; Upper 
Peninsula 

Attorney general, see Michigan. Attorney 
general's office 

Atwater, C. 

Indians of Northwest, 160 

Atwood, J. M, 

Map of western states, 7224, 7231 

, T. W. 

Official railroad map of Mich., by Rail- 
road commissioner, 7343, 7347 
-, Messrs. & co. 



AUDITOR GENERAL, sec Michigan. Au- 

I'.iti ■!" ".general's otliee 
Audubon society, see Michigan. Audubon 

society 
Augusta 

Nedham: Directory, 5533 
Augustus Caesar Baldwin, 161 
Au Sable & northwestern railway co. 

tiatiway to a home, 162 
Au Sable River 

Map, by E. F. H>'de, 7959 
Au Sable River valley 

Wood: Notes on birds of, 7021 
Austin, F. G., as trustee in bankruptcy of C. 

Currie & co., 8227 
Authors' days 

Patten^'ill : Special day exercises, 5672 

Authors' league of Mich. 
[Purpose and work], 163 

Authorship 

Michigan. Historical commission: Sug- 
gestions for local hist, societies, 3797 

Autobiographies, see Biographies 

Automobiles 
Bibliography 

Detroit. Public library: Automo- 
biles, 1283, 1284 
Club 

Wolverine automobile club: By-laws, 
articles of association, 7005 
Detroit. Board of commerce: Detroit 

and its automobiles, 980 
Ford motor co. : Ford factory facts, 1729 

. : Ford motor cars, 1730 

. : Helpful hints to em- 
ployes, 1731 
Industry 

Kelley: Speech relative to automobile 
industry and proposed tax on it, 2491 
L;me: H. Ford's own storj', 2612 
Laws and regulations 

Martindale: Digest, 2914 
Michigan. Dcpt. of state: Digest of 
laws of various states, 3497 

. . : Digest of 

motor vehicle laws, 3499 

Laws, statutes, etc. : Motor 



Mss., 8202 



vehicle law, 3913 

. State library. Legislative 

reference dept. : Digest, 5055 
Licenses 

Michigan. Dcpt. of state: Motor 
vehicle licenses, 3516, 3517 
Michigan. Dept. of state: Instnictions 
to applicants for motor vehicle rcgis- 
stration, 3503 
Miller: W. C. Durant, 5449 
Packard motor car company: The 

Packard, 5623 
Road guides 

Automobile road map of southeastern 

Mich., by S. Farmer & co., 7996 
Automobile road atlas of southern 

Mich., by S. Farmer & co., 7997 
Bowen's automobile and sportsmen's 
guide, 418 



158 



INDEX 



AUTOMOBILES— Continued 

Lang: Pocket road map, Monrce co., 

2614 
Motor guide and league: Blazing the 

way, 5493 
Motorists handbook, 5494 
Overland road map, by Overland motor 

CO., 8011 
Rand McNally indexed pocket map 
and shippers' guide of Michigan, 
7370 
Scarborough motor guide co.: Official 

tour book, 6148 
West Michigan pike assoc. : Road guide 
and tourist directory of WestMich. 
pike, 6866 

.: Maps, 

routes and tourist's directory of West 
Mich, pike, 6867 
White printing co. : Auto guide for 
Grand Rapids and western Mich., 
6903 
See also Roads. Maps 
Starting, lighting and ignition devices 
Michigan state auto school: Automo- 
bile electrician's key, 5419 
Averill, P. 

Inspection of illuminating oil, 164 
Avery, C. A. 

Detroit art loan: Catalogue, 961 

, E. M. 

[Robinson]: Biographical sketch, 5998 
[Sweet]: Elrov McKendree Averv, 6441 
-, J- 



Overflowed lands on Maple River, 1 65 
Axfbrd, L. L. 

Michigan law of conveyancing, 166 
Axtell, Rev. H. 

Joy: Mss., 8144 



Babbitt, Judge J. W. 

Harriman: Memorial, 2050 
Baby, W. L. 

Souvenirs of past, 167 
Backus, A. E. 

Backus and Jackson: Mss., 8053 
, J. F. W. 

Backus and Jackson: Mss., 8053 
-,M. 



Claim book, 8228 
-,S. 



Petition asking changes in tax laws, 168 
-, W. W. 



Mss., 8053 
Bacon, A. P. 

Cooper: Life, 825 
-,D. 

Cooper: Life, 825 
-, M. R. 



Contested election, 293 
Bacteriology 

Marshall: Bacteriology, 2897 
Michigan. Agricultural college. Dept. 

of bacteriology, hygiene and pathology: 

Laboratory manual, 3011 



BAD AXE, thumb's best town, 169 
Bagg, J. S. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on printing: Report in relation 
to bill making appropriations to state 
printer, 4197 

. . . Com- 
mittee on ways and means: Account, 
4250 
Bagley, J. J. 

[Campbell] : J. J. Bagley, 568 

Hopkins: Memorial address on life and 
character, 2205 

Michigan. Charities and corrections, 
3245 

. Governor: [Messages of and 

pardons granted by], 3702-3711 

Old times, 170 

Pauperism and crime in Michigan, 5677, 
5678 

Speech, 171 

Bahlke, W. A. 

Chattel mortgage, 172 
Bailey, J. R. 

Cook: Mackinaw in history; a critique, 

805 
Mackinac, 173-178 

, L. H. 

Experiment, 179 
Hints on rural adornment, 180 
Notes on fruits, 181 
Notes on tomatoes, 182 
Report, 183 

Varieties of apples for market, 184 
-, W. O. 



Report on Michigan forest fires of 1881, 
185 

Bailey's gazeteer, 186 

Baird, R. G. 

Requisites for successful farming, 187 

Baist, G. W. 

Real estate atlas of surveys of Detroit, 

7679 
Real estate atlas of surveys of Detroit and 
Highland Park, 7687 
Baker, E. W. 

County school manual and history of 
school dists., Cheboygan co., 188 

, F. A. 

Duration of municipal street grants, 189 
Michigan. Constitution: Annotated 

constitution, 3310 
Stephen Baldwin vs. Fred A. Baker, 190 

, G. A. 

St. Joseph-Kankakee portage, 191 

; H. W. vs. Barges "Tycoon" and 

"Mikado," 8229 

, H. B. 

Causation of pneumonia, 192 

Climate and health, 193 

Report on Amer. social sci. assoc. meeting, 

194 
Report on death-rate, 195 
Report on methods of collecting vital 
statistics, 196 



INDEX 



159 



BAKER, H. B. Continued 

Sicknoss in Michigan caused by poisonous 

chccsi', 1^7 
Trichiniasis, 198 

, J. F. 

Michigan woodlot, 1')^ 
-, J. H. 



Sources of Mississippi, 200 
-,L. 



Winchell: Oil region of Michigan; de- 
scription of Baker tract, 6985 
-, R. H. 



Citv of Grand Rapids, 201 
-, S, A. 



Lecture [on education], 202 
Baker's business directorv of Detroit, 203 
Baldwin, A. C, 161 
, F. A. 

Baldwin: Memorial of, 204 
-, F. D. 



Brief military record, 439 
-, F. L. ' 



Memorial of F. A. Baldwin, 204 
-, H. P. 



Detroit. St. John's church vestr>-: In 

memorj', 1340 
Michigan. Governor: [Messages and 

other papers], 3691-3701 

Legislature: Memorial, 3955 



-,J. 



Conquest of Old Northwest, 205 
Discovery of Old Northwest, 206 

, S.' vs. F. A. Baker, 190 

-,W. 



Law of personal injuries, 207, 208 
-, & Silsby 



Journal, 8230 
Ledger, 8231 

Ball, B. D. 

Michigan. Attorney general's office: 
Railroad lands ta.xable, 3073 

,D. 

Hollister: Daniel Ball, 2193 

[Ball]: John Ball, 209 
Ball: Overland journey to Oregon, 210 
— ,L. 

John Ball, 209 

Overland journey to Oregon, 210 

— .w. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Special 
committee: Reports of committee to 
whom was referred petition of S. L. 
Bignall to be admitted to seat occupied 
by. 4364 

Ballard, A. 

Popular amusements, 211 
, Rev. J. 

Memorial, 2946 
Baltimore and Ohio railroad company 

Pangbom: B. & O. red book for Mich., 

5636 
Baltimore Bay, 212 
Baltimore mining co. 

Articles of assoc, 213 



BANCROFT, W. L. 

Port Huron and Lake Michigan railroad 

CO. : New railway outlet from Chicago 

to seaboard, 5821 
Republican party. Michigan. State 

central committee: Correspondence 

with, 5954 

Bangor 

I )cLislc: Directory for 1868-9, 943 

Bank of Michigan 
Letter book, 8232 
Trowbridge: Mss., 8109 

Bankrupt law 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on federal relations: Report, 
4059 

Banks, R. 

Oration, 215 

Banks and banking 

Alpena national bank, 76 

Cooley: State bank issues, 816 

Dix: Petitions for general banking law, 

1528 
Duffield: Bank books, 8354, 8370, 8371 
Erie and Kalamazoo railroad co.: Acts 

of incorporation, 1605, 1606 
Fanners' and mechanics' bank: Memorial 

asking extension of charter, 1668 
: Memorial 

of stockholders, 1669 
Felch: Mss., 8154 

Hinchman: Banks and banking, 2125 
Jenks: First bank in Mich., 2396 
Kercheval estate: Bank book, 8433 
La Plant estate: Bank book, 8439 
McComber: Petition for general law to 

authorize banking, 2801 
Macomb county. Bank: Report, 2863 
Michigan. Attorney general's office: 

Communication in reply to resolution 

in relation to, 3054 



Report in relation to Manhattan bank^ 
3076 



Report relative to banks under in- 
junction, 3081 



Report relative to Farmers' and mer- 
chants' bank of St. Joseph, 3083, 3084 



Report in regard to general banking 
law, 3087 

Auditor general's office: 



Communication [relative to banks neg- 
lecting or refusing to pay specific taxj, 
3093 



Communication relative to agreement 

with Bank of Mich., 3098 

. Bank directory, 5363 

. Banks: Reports, 3166 

Board of fund commfssioners: 



Report [in pursuance of act to estab- 
lish state bank of Mich.]. 3172 



160 



INDEX 



BANKS AND BANKING— Continued 

. Board of trustees of state as- 
sets: Annual report, 3232 

Commissioners to settle with 



the Michigan state bank: Report, 
3288, 3289 

Governor: Message trans- 



mitting memorial from bank conven- 
tion, 3600 

Message trans- 



mitting papers relative to Bank of 
Macomb co., 3606 

Special message 



relative to further suspension, 3628 

Laws, statutes, etc. : Laws, 



5833 



— . , , . : Act re- 
lating to negotiable instruments, 3916 
Legislature. House: State 



bank charters, 3973 



Com- 
mittee on banks : Report of committee 
to investigate Bank of Macomb co. 
and Oakland co. bank, 3982 

Com- 



mittee to investigate Bank of Ypsilanti : 
Report, 3984 

Com- 



mittea on banks and incorporations: 
Report of committee to whom was re- 
ferred so much of governor's message 
as relates to state bank, 3986 



Report of committee to whom was re- 
ferred petition for Peninsular bank, 
3999 

. . . Com- 



mittees on federal relations and on 
banks and incorporations: Report 
relative to circulation of bills of .un- 
sound banks of foreign country, 4076 

Com- 



mittee on incorporations: Report of 
committee to whom was referred peti- 
tions praying legislature to incorporate 
bank in Jackson, 4087 

Com- 



mittee on the judiciary: Minority re- 
port on resolution relative to repealing 
act exempting stock of Bank of St. 
Clair from taxation, 4113 



resolution relative to 
mechanics' bank, 4127 



Report upon 
Farmers' and 

. Select 



committee: Report of committee ap- 
pointed to investigate Bank of Mich., 
4293 



: Report of committee [to 

whom was referred inquiries relative to 
condition of banking institutions in 
hands of receivers], 4294 



BANKS AND BANKING— Continued 

 — . . Special 

committee: Report of committee to 
investigate Bank of Mich., 4363 

Joint committee: 



Report of committee [to investigate 
affairs of Bank of Mich, and Farmers' 
and mechanics' bank], 4387 

Senate. Com- 



mittee on banks and incorporations: 
Report of committee to whom was re- 
ferred petition for charter of bank at 
Otsego, Allegan co.,4446 

Com- 



mittee on finance: Report relative to 
purchase by banks of portion of state 
stock, 4471 



: Report of com- 
mittee to whom w^as referred petition 
of president of Bank of St. Clair, 4499 

Com- 



mittees on finance and judiciary: Re- 
port on bill [to tax banking associa- 
tions], 4508 

Com- 



mittee on incorporations: Report in 
reference to amending constitution to 
secure state bank, 4511 



: Report on 

portion of governor's message relating 
to state bank, 4524 



: Report of 

committee to whom was referred reso- 
lution to inquire into violations of 
charter by Oakland co. bank, 4523 

Com- 



mittee on internal improvement: Re- 
port relative to loan to Bank of Gib- 
ralter, 4528 

Com- 



mittee on the judiciary: Report of 
committee to whom was referred peti- 
tions for amendment to enable legis- 
lature to establish banking system 
similar to that of Ohio, 4550 

Com- 



mittee on state affairs : Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred bill to 
amend charter of banks of state, 4659 

Select 



committee: Report of committee to 
whom were referred resolutions relative 
to city banks, 4700 



bank and branches, 4701 



Report relative to state 



: Report in regard to re- 
sumption of specie payments by banks, 
4702 



. . . Special 

committee: Report relative to Gov- 
ernment stock bank, 4754 



INDEX 



101 



BANKS AND BANKING— Continued 

. Tivasury tiept.: Communi- 
cation relative to, 5128 



Communi- 
cation relative to amount of tax paid 
by banks, 5129 

(Ter.) Governor: Bank book. 



8475 

Moore: Bank hook, 8494 

— : Check stub-book, 8495 

Norton: Mss., 8107 

Ravcll: Sixtv vears of banking in Mich., 
5929 

Rogers: List of banks and banking cor- 
jiorations in territory and state prior 
to national banks, 6004 

Sherwood: Bank note circulation, 6231 

Statement of affairs of Bank of Wash- 
tenaw, 6381 

Trowbritlge: Mss., 8108 

: Petition for law authorizing 

business of banking, 6586 

Waldo: Sketch of origin, establishment 
and workings of national banking sys- 
tem, 6784 

Wayne co. savings bank: [Report of 
bank; savings banks in Mich.], 6837 

Weeks & Polk: Bay City directory to 
which is appended directory of, 6848 

Wendell: History of banking and banks 
and bankers of Mich., 6860 

: Mss., 8205 

Williams: Mss., 8038 

Winder: Bank book, 8619 

Wing estate: Bank book, 8625-8627 

Woodbridge: Bank book, 8636, 8637 

See also Bank of Michigan; Detroit. 
American exchange national bank; 
Detroit. National bank; Detroit. 
Preston national bank; Detroit. Sav- 
ings bank; Detroit River savings bank; 
Farmers' and mechanics' bank; Michi- 
gan. Bankers' association; Michigan. 
Bank commissioners; Michigan. Bank- 
ing dept.; Michigan. State bank 

Baptists 

Benton Harbor 

First Baptist church. History 
Miscellaneous mss., 8172 
Detroit 

Baptist young people's union: Manual, 

971 
Eighteenth St. baptist mission, 1582 
First Baptist church 

Haskell: Half-century memorial, 
2077 

: Quarter-century ebenezer, 

2080 
Historv and dircctorv of churches of 

Detroit, 2141 
Our churches, Detroit, 5619 
See also name of church under Detroit 

Flint River Baptist association: Minutes, 
1722 

21 



BAPTISTS Continued 
Grand Rapids 
Churches 

Moofdyk: History, 5465 
Fountain Street Baptist church. Jack- 
son circle 
Choice collection of tested recipes, 
1899 
Micliigan 

Baptist convention: Annual meeting, 
3167 
Muskegon 
First Baptist church. Ladies' society 
Muskegon cook book, 5514 
Niles 

Baptist church 

Trowbridge: Pioneer days, 6594 
First Baptist church: 75lh anniver- 
sar\% 5550 
Sturgis 

Baptist church 

Trowbridge: Pioneer days, 6594 
Trowbridge: History of Baptists in 
Michigan, 6593 

: Pioneer days, 6594 

See also Biographical sketches; Biog- 
raphies; Hillsdale college; Kalamazoo 
college; Missions and missionaries; 
name of institution, local church or 
organization 
Bar association, see Michigan. State bar 

association 
Baraga, F. 

Sifferath: Short compendium of cate- 
chism for Indians, 6243 
\'er\v\st : Life and labors, 6758 
Baraga county 

Biographical record, 369 
Farm and business directory, 1635 
Barber, E. W. 

Direct legislation, 216 

Michigan. Forestr>^ commission: Mich. 

forestry, 3547 
Vennontville colony, 217 

, G. M. 

Memorial, 218 
Barber law 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Mich, 
barber law, 3834 
Barbour, L. L. 

Indeterminate sentence, 219 
Jails, 220-222 
Peter White, 223 
Barcroft, F. T. 

Detroit united railway: Statement of 

Barcroft appraisal, 1496 
Report and appraisal of Detroit united 

railway, 224 
[Rifenl)crick]: Statement concerning ap- 
I)raisal of D. U. R. lines, 5981 
Barden, F. M. 

Commercial peach growing, 225 

Bards and co's. business directory of Grand 

Raj^ids, 226 

Bark River 

Polk & CO.: Director}'-, 5767 



162 



INDEX 



BARLEY 

Spragg: Barley improvement, 6366 

Bamaby, H. T. 

The decade, 227 

Barnard, F. A. 

American biographical history, 82 

,H. 

Miscellaneous mss., 8176 
-, W. A. 



Map of Lansing, 7741 

Barnes, C. 

Plat of Grand Rapids, 7707 

, L. S. L. 

Memorandum book, 8233 
-, O. M. 



Prison system, 228 
Prisons self supporting, 229 
Speech, 230 
-, R. F. 



[Tower]: Builders of greater Grand 
Rapids, 6560 

Barrett, A. M. 

Michigan. Commission on extent of 
mental defectiveness: Report, 3261 

, F. A. 

Musical directory of Detroit, 5510 

, L. P. 

Allen: Contributions to Pre-Cambrian 
geology, 55 • - 

-, O. S. 



Reminiscences of 4th Mich, infantry, 231 

Barrows, H. K. 

Surface water supply, 232 

, W. B. 

Michigan birds, 233, 234 

Barry, J. S. 

Michigan. Governor: [Messages and 
communications], 3633-3642, 3655- 
3659 

-, Mrs. W. 



Memorial of Col. Samuel Stone, 235 

Barry county 

Farm journal directory, 1637 

History, 2146 

Lake: Atlas, 7418 

Map, by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7420 

Map ofcos. of Eaton and Barrv, by Geil 

& Jones, 7450 
Mudge: Directorv, 5498 
Ogle & CO.: Standard atlas, 7419, 7421 
Porter: Business directory, 5807 
Portrait and biographical album, 5825 
Potter: History, 5855 
Weissert: Indians and trading posts, 

6850 

Barstow, S. 

Memorial, 2947 

Barstow & Lockwood 

Cash book, 8234 
Letter books, 8235 

Barthe, J. P., & co. 

Ledger, 8236 
Sales book, 8237 



BARTHOLOMEW, H. D. 

Drainage and sewerage, 236 
Map of St. Clair fiats, 8035 

 'J- 

Mich., Wis., Iowa and Minn., 7232 

Western states, 7264 
Bartlett, C. H. 

La Salle in valley of St. Joseph, 237 
Bartlit, S. M. 

Monroe and Ypsilanti railroad co. : Re- 
port, 5471 
Bass 

Reighard: Breeding habits, 5944 
Batchewanung land and mining co. 

Certificate stub-book, 8238 

Record book, 8239 
Bates, A. B. 

[Memorial], 238 

See also Bates, Walker and Douglass 
, G. W. 

Negotiable instruments law, 239 
-, H. M. 



Plan and purpose of Michigan union, 240 
-,J. 



AutoTsicgraphy, 241 

White : Earl v. life and later experience and 

labors, 6895 

-, Mrs. M. E. C. 



Along Traverse shores, 242 
, W. R. 



History, commercial advantages, and 
future prospects of Saginaws, 243 
-, Walker and Douglass 



Mss., 8108 

Norton: Mss., 8107 

See also Douglass and Walker 

Batrachia 

Evans: Collection of amphibians and 
reptiles from Gogebic co., 1620 

Smith: Catalogue of reptilia and 
amphibia, 6317 

Battle Creek 

Charter and ordinances, 244-249 
College 

Calendar, 256 
Directories 

Bards and co.'s. business directory, 226 

Nedham: Battle Creek and Marshall 
citv directory, 5533 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5760 
Grange aid association: [Prospectus], 

1972 
Illustrated, 257 
Oak Hill cemetery 

Rules, 250 
[Postum cereal co. Advertising dept.: 

Journey through factories], 5853 
Public school library 

Catalogue, 251-254 
Sanitarium 

Description, 258, 952 

Kellogg: Battle Creek sanitarium diet 
list, 2493 

: Battle Creek sanitarium sys- 
tem, 2494 

: New method in diabetes, 2495 



INDEX 



It^ 



BATTLE CREEK -Continued 

Way uut ut" iiualiiiisni, 25^ 
Word about pliysiologic method em- 
ploye<l, 2495 
School of applied art 

Instruction paper, 261, 262 
Schools 

Course of study, 255 
Michigan. Historical commission: 
Prize essays, 3804 
SeworaKC 

Clark: Sewerage and drainage, 601 
Baxter, A. 

Histur\' of Grand Rapids, 263 
Bay City 

Annual statement of finances, 264 

Bay City and Portsmouth street railway 

CO. 

Act of incorporation, 287 
Bav Citv times: Northeastern Michi- 
gan, 288 
Banks 

[Craves] : Yesterday and today, 858 
Board of education 

Annual report, 265 

Manual, 266 

Public schools, 267 
Chamber of commerce 

Annual review, 268 
Charters and ordinances, 269-274 
Citizens 

Report on business, 275 
Controller 

Annual report, 276 
Description 

(Craves] : Yesterday and today, 858 
Directories 

Bard and co's. business director\-, 226 

DcLisle: Directory for 1868-9, 943 

Polk & CO.: Directorv, 5761 

Weeks & Polk: Bav Citv directory, 
6848 
Electric light dept. ^ 

Annual report, 277 
Fire dept. 

Annual report, 278 
History 

History, commercial advantages and 
future pro.spects, 2144 

Indian and pioneer history of Saginaw 
valley, 2291 
Industries 

Bay Citv times: Northeastern Michi- 
gan, 288 

Land: History and descriptive review, 
2596 

Marquis: Industries, 2895 
International mill and timber co., see 

International mill and timber co. 
Library association 

Catalogue, 279 
Map 

Mouth of Saginaw River including, bv 
U. S. War dept., 7981 
Alayor 

Message, 264, 280 



BAY CITY -Continued 

Police tlejil. 

Annual report, 2S1 
Public librarv 

Catalogue,' 282, 283 
Schools 

Michigan. Historical commission: 
Prize essays, 3804 

Sec also Bay City. Board of education 
Water dept. 

Annual report, 285 
Young men's Christian association 

Inter-church banquet, 286' 
Bay county 

Cooper: Geological report, 831 

Gansser: Historv, 1783 

Harris: Facts, 2057 

Histor>^ 2149 

History of Tuscola and Bav cos., 2172 

Map, by U. S. Postoffice dc'pt., 7422 

[Map of] county of Bay, by Monroe & 

Learman, 7423 
Portrait and biographical record, 5847 
St." Andrew's society: Constitution, 289 
Surface geologv, by W. F. Cooper, 7762, 

7763 
Topographic map, by W. F. Cooper, 7764 
Bay de Noquet and Marquette railroad co. 
Alichigan. xXudilor general's office: Com- 
munication transmitting report, 3110 
. Legislature. Hou.se. Com- 
mittee on banks and incorporations: 

Report, 3987 
Bayfield's North America, sheet IV: Lake 
Superior, 7915 

Bayley, W. S. 

Menominee iron-bearing district, 290 
\'an Hise: Description of Menominee 

quadrangle, 7790 
: Marquette iron-bearing dis- 
trict, 6745 

: Menominee special folio, 6746 

: Preliminar\' report on Mar- 
quette iron-bearing dist., 6744 

Bayley vs. McDonald 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Select 
committee: Reports relative to elec- 
tion case, 4307 

Bay View 

[Boughton]: Bay View, 404 

[Detroit and Cleveland steam navigation 

CO.]: Where to spend summer, 1403 
Souvenir, 6358 

Bay View assembly 

Bulletin, 291 

Programs, 292 
Beakes, S. W. 

Contested-election case, 293 

Past and present of Washtenaw co., 294 
Beal, W. J. 

Branches of sugar maple and beech, 295 

Brief and popular account of trees and 
shrubs on M. A. C. grounds, 296 

Comparing yield of old meadows and re- 
cently seeded, 297 



164 



INDEX 



BEAL, W. J.— Continued 

Experiments and observations on jack- 
pine plains, 298 

Forest products of museum, 299 

Hints for Arbor day, 300 

Historj^ of M. A. C, 301 

Lessons on growing forest trees, 302 

Making a lawn, 303 

Michigan. Academy of science: Report, 
2972 

' flora, 304, 305 

. University. Class of 1859: 

Class of -"fifty-nine;" 5250 
weeds, 306 



Observations on leaves of clover, 307 

Potatoes, ruta-bagas and onions, 308 

Replies to questions about grasses, 309 

Ribgrass, 310 

Seeds of Mich, weeds, 311 

Six worst weeds, 312 

Study of beans and peas, 313 

of plant leaves, 314 

of seeds of timothv and red clover, 

315 

of wheat and buckwheat, 316 

Two programs for arbor day, 317 

Vitality of seeds buried in soil, 318 

Wheeler: Sketch of original distribution 
of white pine in Lower Peninsula, 6888 

Whv not plant a grove?, 319 
Beals," T. S. 

Commercial, industrial and transportation 
interests of Detroit, 320 
Beaman, T. C. 

Michigan contested election, 321 
Bean Creek valley 

Hogaboam: Bean Creek valley, 2182 
Bean-maggot 

Wliclan: Bean-maggot in 1915, 6891 
Beans 

Bissell: Mss., 8060 

Cox: Bean growing, 848, 849 

Muncie: Two Mich, bean diseases, 5504 

Raven: Bean production, 5931 

Sec also Vegetables 
Beard, W. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on ways and means: Report 
relative to claims for work, 4252 
Beard's hist, and directory of Marquette 

county, 322 
Beaubien, J. B. 

Ledgers, 8240 
Beaubien family 

Mss., 8041 
Beautiful Bloomfield hills, 323 
Beautiful Detroit, 324 

Beaver islands 

Legler: Moses of Mormons, 2715 

[Map of] Beaver Island group, by U. S. 
War dept., 7871 

north end of lake Michigan in- 
cluding Beaver Island group, bv U. S. 
War dept., 7898 

Sketch of James Jesse Strang and Mor- 
mon kingdom, 6253 



BEAVER ISLANDS— Continued 

Strang: Beaver Island and its Mormon 

kingdom, 6425 
: Some remarks on natural his- 
tory of, 6430 
Wright: Lays of lakes, 7047 

: Ottawan, 7050 

Bechler, G. R. 

Map of Lenawee co., 7510 

Washtenaw co., 7577, 7578 

COS. of Washtenaw and Lenawee,. 

7584 
Bechler and Wenig 

Map of Calhoun co., by Geil, Harley & 
Siverd, 7433 
Beck and Pauli 

[Birds eye view of] Marquette, 7743. 
Becker, H. 

Memorial, 325 

Beckwith, H. W. 

[Documents], 326 

Historic notes on Northwest, 327 

Illinois and Indiana Indians, 328 
Bedford 

Ncdham: Directory, 5533 
Beecher, F. A. 

Cummins: Mich, judicature act, 880 

Law of contracts, 329 

wills, 330 

Michigan. Constitution: Annotated' 
constitution, 3310 

Michigan law and procedure in probate- 
courts, 331 

Michigan rule book, 332, 333 
Beef 

Henry: Beef journal, 8412 

Henrv & co.: Account of beef cattle,. 
8424 

Norton: Baby beef production, 5569 

See also Cattle 

Bee-keeping 

Cook: Wintering bees, 799 
Millen: Foul brood. 5443 

: Transferring bees, 5444 

Taylor: A year with bees, 6509 

Beers, F. W., & co. 

Atlas of Calhoun co., 7434 

Genesee co., 7452 

Ionia CO., 7471 

Kalamazoo co., 7485 

Lapeer co., 7506 

Livingston co., 7515 

Oakland co., 7541 

County atlas of Ingham, 7467 

jMichigan, 7279 

Monroe, 7529 

Muskegon, 7535 

vShiawassee, 7568 

Map of Montcalm co., 7532 
Topographical map of Oceana co., 7543 
Sanilac co., 7565 



, J. B., & CO. 

Crawford: Atlas of Ionia co. 
, J. H., and co. 



7472 



Hist, of Great Lakes, 334 



INDEX 



105 



BEETLES 

Ilul.lani: Colcoptcra, 224») 
Beet sugar 

Kcdzie: Beet sujjar, 246S 
See also Sugar l)eels; Wliilc Pigeon beet 
sugar company 
Beets, H. 

Souvenir of quarter-centennial celebra- 
tion of Lagravc St. Chr. Ref. church, 
335 
Before the blazing back-log 

[Tatcuml: "Before the blazing back- 
log". 6505 
Beghein, J. L. 

I'nie copy of militan.'' reserv^ation at Ft. 
Ciratiot, 7S52 
Beginning and development of Catholicity 

in Dearborn, 336 
Begole, J. W. 
[Mss.I, 8241 

Marlettc. Relief committee: [Letters 
and telegram relating to burned dist.], 
8459 
Michigan. Governor: [Messages of and 
pardons by], 3725-3727 
Belden, H., & co. 

Illustrated hist, atlas of co. of Kent, 7493 

. . of Wayne, 7589 

Belding 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5772 
Belknap, C. E. 

Hist, of Michigan organizations at 
Chickamauga, Chattanooga and Mis- 
sionan.- Ridge, 337, 338 
Legend of trailing arbutus, 339 
Bell, P. 

Map of British dominions in North 
America, 7102 
Belle Isle 

Advisability of purchasing, 16 
Dietsche sight seeing autos, 1509 
See also Detroit 
Bellevue 

.\edham: Directory', 5533 
Bellin, [J. N.J 

Partie occidentale de Nouvelle France 
r.u du Canada, 7092 
Bellinger, D. 

[Kaler] : At siege of Detroit, 2462 

Belmont 

polk & CO. : Directory, 5763 

Bemis, E. W. 

Local government in Mich., 340 

Bench and bar 

Reed: Bench and bar of Mich., 5941 
Benedict, E. D. 

Hist., by-laws and roster of De Molai 
commander^-, K. T., Grand Rapids, 
341 

Benevolent and protective order of Elks 
Souvenir, .i42 

Benevolent fraternity 

National benevolent fraternity: By- 
laws, 5524 



BENNETT, C. W. 

Histurieal sketches of Ninth Michigan 
infantry, 343 

, E. H. 

Detroit. City plan and improvement 
commission: Preliminary plan of De- 
troit, 1096 



and letters, 1098 

-, R. J. 



-: Report on center of arts 



Law of negotiable paper, 344, 345 

Benton, E. J. 

^^'al)ash trade route, 346 

, T. H. 

Buchanan: Speeches on bill to admit 
Mich., 480 

Benton Harbor 

College 

Annual, 349 
Directory 

Polk & CO. : Directory, 5762 
First Baptist church. History 

Miscellaneous mss., 8172 
First Sunday school. History 

Miscellaneous mss., 8172 
High school 

[Annuals], 347 
History 

Pender: History, 5693 
Map 

St. Joseph & Benton Harbor, by U. S. 
War dept., 7957 
Ordinances, 348 
Schools 

Michigan. Historical Commission: 
Prize essays, 3804 

Benzie county 

Buckley eV Douglas lumber co. : Few 

facts about farm and fruit lands, 482 
Ogle & CO. : Standard atlas, 7424 
Traverse region, 6580 

Benzonia college 

Catalogue, 350 

Walker: Experiences of pioneer life in 

early settlements and cities of West, 

6790 
Berger, E. F. 

Patten: Commercial feeding stuffs, 5662 

Berrien, J. M. 

Survey of mouth of Galien River, 7971 

Berrien county 

Agricultural society: Premium list, 351 

Coolidge: History, 818 

Cowles: Directory and history, 845 

Farm journal directory, 1638 

History, 2150 

Lake: ' Atlas, 7425 

^lap, by Geil, Harley & Sivcrd. 7440 

, by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7426 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on incorporations: Report rela- 
tive to Berrien co. mutual insurance 
CO., 4512 



166 



INDEX 



BERRIEN COUNTY— Continued 

. . . Com- 
mittee on towns and counties: Report 
on county seat, 4694 
Noel: Souvenir of 40th annual picnic, 
Berrien co. old settlers association, 
5554 
[Papers relating to transfer of land in 
Berrien, Ionia and Ottawa cos.], 8242 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5762 
Portrait and biographical record, 5826 
Sibley: Mss. [relating to lands], 8175 

Berrien Springs, 352 

Berries 

Dean: Notes on small fruits, 936 

Berry, C. S. 

[Alichigan. State teacher's association. 
Committee on educational investiga- 
tions]: Study of retardation, accelera- 
tion, elimination and repetition, 5114 

, J. I. 

Delta CO., 7448 

, J. G. 



Michigan. Board of state canvassers: 

Papers in removal, 3227 
Reunion, 16th Mich, infantry, 353 

-, J. K. M. 



Obstacles to higher education in U. of M., 
354 
-,W. 



North America, 7078 
Bertram, J. 

Hill: Pine industry, 2116 

Bessemer 

Gordon: Geol. sec. from Bessemer down 
Black River, 1831 
Bessey, E. A. 

vSeed analyses, 355 

Some ginseng troubles, 356 

Yellow rocket, 357 

Bibliographies 

Bradley: Material on institutional his- 
tory of Northwest, 427 

Campbell: Hist, of chemical laboratory, 
U. of M., 564 

[Gossj: Published material relating to 
history of Grand Rapids, 1833 

Hegner: Periodical literature and publi- 
cations of learned societies of interest 
to zoologists in U. of M. library, 2096 

Lee: Bibliography of Carver's travels, 
2708 

Michigan. Schoolmasters' club: List of 
books recommended for high school 
classical library, 4837, 4838 

. State board of health: Quar- 
ter-century of public health literature, 
4915 

State library : [Bibliography], 



5008 
[Schoolcraft]: Bibliographical catalogue 

of books and other publications in 

Indian tongues, 6160 
Vaughan: Writings of A. B. Prescott, 33 



BIBLIOGRAPHIES— Continued 

Winchell: List of books and papers pub- 
lished by Prof. Alexander Winchell, 
6976 
See also Libraries; Michigan. State 
board of library commissioners 
Bi-centenary of founding of Detroit, 358 
Bicycle routes 

White: Bicycle routes in Mich., 6897 
See also League of American wheelmen. 
Michigan division 
Biddle, J. 

[Communication transmitting abstract 
of votes on ratification of constitut'ion 
of 1835], 359 
Discourse, 360 

Michigan. Historical society: History 
and scientific sketches of Mich., 3807 
Big Dane settlement 

Rasmussen: Pioneer life, 5927 
Bignall, S. L. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Special 
committee: Reports of committee to 
whom was referred petition to be ad- 
mitted to seat, 4364 
Big Rapids 
Charter, 361 
Description 

[Seely & Lowrej']: Big Rapids, 6199 
Directories 

Bailey: Gazeteer including sketch and 

business directory, 186 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5763 
Polk, Murphy and co. : Directory, 5790 
Ordinances, 362 
Phelps free library 
Finding list, 363 
Bill and Bonnell families 

Detroit tribune: [Scrap-book for 
genealogy], 1491 
Billings, R. 

Official map of Michigan, 7325 
Bills of exchange 

Bunker: Negotiable instruments law, 
492 
[Bingham, H. D.] 

Hist, of substitution of imprisonment for 
death penalty, 364 



K. 



Michigan. Governor: [Messages and 
communications], 3662-3669 

[ , S. D.l 

Mich, biographies, 365 

Biographical history of Genesee co., 366 

northern Mich., 367 

memoirs of St. Clair co., 368 

Biographical publishing co. 

Biographical record, Houghton, Baraga 
and Marquette cos., 369 

, Oakland co., 370 

Portrait and biographical record of Ber- 
rien and Cass cos., 5826 

Muske- 



gon and Ottawa cos., 5842 



naw and Bay cos., 5847 



Sagi- 



INDEX 



167 



BIOGRAPHICAL PUBLISHING COM- 
PANY— Continued 

album of Wash- 

tiiiaw CO., 5S50 
Biographical record, Houghton, Baraga and 

Marquette cos., 369 

, Oakland co., 370 

Biographical sketch of Rev. George Duffield, 

jr., .^7 1 

Biographical sketches of Col. J. H. Mc- 
Laughlin, 372 

Biographical sketches 
.•\l.l.oi. Dr. T. C. 716 
Alger, R. A., 3965, 6316, 6648 
Anthon, G. C, 8134 
Aver\-, E. M., 5Q98. 6441- 
Baglcv, J. J., 568. 2205 
Baldwin, F. A., 204 
Bliss, A. T., 3960 
Boltwood, L. M., 6228 
Bulklev, J. M., 8176 
Cadillac, A. de la M., 531, 8129 
Cass, L., 6248 
Chandler, Z., 6638, 6639 
Chipman, J. L., 6644, 6645 
Cocker, B. F., 6977 
Dotv, H., 159 
Drake. E. H.. 2952 
Duffield, G., jr.. 371 
Dufur, H. M., 372 
Dunster, E. S., 5715 
Durant, W. C, 5449 
Eaton, J. D., 6089 
Fairbank. H. C, 6249 
Fairbanks, Mrs. M. A. R., 6250 
Famsworth, E., 567 
Ferris, Mrs. N. G., 1686 
Ford, M. H., 6643 
Foster, W. D., 6307 
Fowler. S. W., 1740 
Haven, E. O., 6978 
Hemans, L. T., 3805 
Heyerman. O. F., 5438 
Hill, A., 157 
Homer, J. S., 2956 
Houghton, D., 6971 
Hull. W.. 705 
Jones, D., 2421 
Jov, J. F.. 6049 
Loud, H. M.. 2108 
Luce, C. G., 3947 
McLaughlin. J. H.. 372 
McMillan, J., 3948, 6647 

, W. C, 6251 

MofTatt, S. C, 6640, 6641 
Murphy, S. J., 6244 
Nicolet, J., 542 
Palmer. T. W.. 533 
Peirce, P. R. L., 5713 
Peter, J. W., 2380 
Prescott, A. B., 33 
Richard, G., 1592 
Romevn, T.. 6009 
Scott. J.. 8126 
Shoemaker, M., 6252 
Slocum, Mrs. S. T., 6772 



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES— Continued 

Siockljrulgc, F. B., 0040 
Strang. J. J., 6253 
Trowliridge, C. C, 566 
Walker, J.. 2040 
Watson. E., 2738 
Wedemcver, W. W., 6649 
White, Mr. and Mrs. J., 440 
Williams, A. S., 1992, 6637 

, G. P., 570 

, S. P., 6137 

Winchell, A., 1800 
Woodbridge, Mrs. J. T., 2939 
Woodward, A. B., 5474 
Wyman, H. C, 6291 

See also Michigan. Biographies; co. his- 
tories under names of counties 
Biography of Gen. L. Cass, 373 

Biographies 

Bates, Autobiography, 241 
Biography of L. Cass, 373 
Boughton: Selections from autobiog- 
raphy of Rev. J. M. Arnold, 403 

Brown: Autobiographical notes by E. L. 
Brown, 464 

: Memoir of H. B. Brown, 468 

Bunn : Life and adventures, 493 

[Burroughs adding machine co.]: W. S. 
Burroughs, 506 

Burton: First homoeopathic physician 
[Dr. John Mosher], 511 

Campbell: Revolutionary services and 
civil life of Gen. W. Hull, 572 

Cooper: Life of D. Bacon and A. P. 
Bacon, 825 

Copway: Life, history and travels, 836 
De Schweinitz: Life and times of David 

Zeisberger, 951 
Detroit post and tribune: Z. Chandler, 

1469 
Dionne: G. Richard, 1518, 1519 
Dudley: Autobiography, 1552 
Forestie: Lamothe-Cadillac. 1732 
Hamilton: Incidents and events in life 

of G. S. Hubbard, 2026 
Harris: Public life of Z. Chandler, 206.2 
Haven: Autobiographv. 2087 
Hoyt: J. D. Pierce, 22'37 
Hubbard: Autobiography, 2248 
Jackson: Life of W. H. Harrison, 2353 
Lane: H. Ford's own story, 2612 
Lanman: Life of W. Woodbridge, 2616 
Leeth: Short biography, 2713 
Life of Gen. L. Cass, 2739, 2740 
McLaughlin: L. Cass, 2847-2851 
Meginness: Biography of F. Slocum, 

2938 
Orcutt: Burrows of Mich., 5607 
Palmer: Life of A. F. Palmer, 5631 
Parish: G. W. Jones, 5637 
Perry: L. H. Stone, 5709 
Phelps: F. Slocum, 5730 
Pilcher: Life and labors of E. H. Pilcher, 

5741 



168 



INDEX 



BIOGRAPHIES— Continued 

Pokagon: O-gi-maw-kwe Mit-i-gwa-ki; 

biography of Chief by publisher, 5756, 

5757 
Porter: H. H. Porter, 5808 
 PubHc life of L. Cass, with biographical 

sketch of Gen. W. O. Butler, 5892 
Rice: David Zeisberger, 5968 
Richardson : War of 1 8 1 2 ; with notes and 

life of author [John Richardson], 5974 
Richter: Secrets of taxidermy revealed; 

life of Wm. Richter, 5977 
Rogers: Ponteach; with biography of 

author, 6008 
[Schoolcraft]: Outlines of life and char- 
acter of L. Cass., 6177 
Smith: St. Clair papers; life and public 

services of A. St. Clair, 6318 

: Life and times of L. Cass, 6319 

Stephenson: Recollections of a long life, 

6396 
Verwyst: Life and labors of Rt. Rev. F. 

Baraga, 6758 
Walker: Campaigns of Gen. Custer in 

Northwest and surrender of vSitting 

Bull, 6792 
Ward: Autobiography of D. Ward, 6796 
Wenley: Life and work of G. S. Morris, 

6862 
White: Early life and later experience 

and labors of Elder J. Bates, 6896 
: Sketches of Christian life and 

public labors of W. Miller, 6895 
Whittaker: Popular life of Gen. G. A. 

Custer, 6914 
Williams: P. White, 6955, 6956 
Young : Sketch of life and public services 

of Gen. L. Cass, 7057, 7058 
See also Biographical sketches; Michigan. 

Biographies 
Biology 

Adams: Ecological survey in northern 

Mich., 6 
Michigan. Geological and biological sur- 
vey: Biennial report, 3577 
Parke, Davis & co. : Fifty years of manu- 
facturing, 5640 
Ward: Biological examination of Lake 

Michigan, 6799 
See also Michigan. Geological and 

biological survey 
Bird, J. S. 

City of Coldwater, 7614 
Map [of] Jackson, 7730 

Bird day 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Arbor and bird day, 3357 

Birds 

Adams : Ecological survey of Isle Royale, 

7 
Barrows: Mich, birds, 233, 234 
Boies: Catalogue of birds in southern 

Mich., 394 
Butler: Hist., work and aims of Mich. 

Audubon society, 540 
Cook: Birds of Mich., 780, 781 



BIRDS— Continued 

: English or house sparrow, 800 

Detroit. Audubon club: Constitution, 
968 

Michigan. Ornithological club: Bulle- 
tin, 4783 

Pearse: Crawfishes. Insect galls. Birds, 
5686 

Watkins: Mich, birds that nest in open 
meadows, 6818 

Wood : Notes on birds of Au Sable valley, . 
7021 

 : Notes on spring migration (1907) 

at Ann Arbor, 7023 

Some new and rare bird records 



for Mich., 7024 

Some records of fall migration of 



1906, 7025 

Twenty-five years of bird migra- 



tion at Ann Arbor, 7026 
See also Michigan. Audubon society 
Birmingham, 374 

Dau's blue book, 913 
Births 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 
relating to registration, 3835 

. , — — , . : Laws 

concerning record, return and compila- 
tion, 3906 
See also Marriage and divorce; Michigan. 
Census; Michigan. Statistics, vital 
Bishop, L. 

McCracken: License movement, 2809 
Michigan. State teachers' association: 

Memorial, 5110 
Miscellaneous mss., 8122 
Political situation, 375 
Bissell, C. L., and co. 

Mss., 8060, 8099, 8100, 8102, 8110, 8111 

, L. B. 

Presbyterian pulpit, 5870 
-, M. E. 



Diaries, 8243 

Bixby, Mrs. A. F, 

Historical sketches of Ladies' library 
associations, 376 
Black, C. A. 

Michigan. Commission on vagrancy, dis- 
orderly conduct, habitual drunkenness, 
etc. : Minor offenses, 3268 
, C. P. 

Does Mich, properly punish crime?, 377 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Com- 
piled laws, 3844 

Blackberries 

Taft: Raspberries, blackberries, grapes, 
6475 

Blackbird, A. J. 

History of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, 

378 
Indian problems, 379 

Blackbird 

[Troop]: Blackbird, a story of Mackinac 
Island, 6585 
Black fly, 380 



INDEX 



169 



BLACK HAWK WAR 

TluvailL-.s: How Li. R. Clark won North- 
west and other essays, 6535 

Williams: Mss., 8125 
Black Lake 

[Map ot] Holland Harbor and Black Lake, 
by U. S. Wardcpt., 7943 

Pere Marquette railroad co. : Ottawa 
beach, 5702 

Blades, F. A. 

Detroit. Controller's office: Compara- 
tive statistics, 1116 

. : Compara- 
tive table, 1117 

Driving first stake for capitol, 381 

Blain, A. W. 

Map of Elmwood cemetery, Detroit, 
7647 

Blaine, J. G. 

Michigan. Legislature: Memorial, 3952 

Blair, A. 

Michigan. Governor: [Messages and 
communications], 3673-3685 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report on 
extension of suffrage to colored persons, 
4118 

Patton: Address at unveiling of statue, 
5674 
-, E. H. 



BLISS, A. T. 

Michigan and her public institutions, 387 
Michigan. Governor: [Messages], 3761- 

3763 

. Legislature: Memorial, 3960 

[Scrai)-l)Ook of campaign], 6193 

-, A. N. 



Indian tribes of Upper Mississippi valley, 

3S2 

Blaisdell, T. C. 

Renaissance of denominational college, 

383 
Semi-centennial celebration of M. A. C, 

384 

Blanchard, J. C. 

Smith: Full and complete description of 
centennial celebration in Manistee, 6265 
,R. 

Colton's guide map of Michigan, 7269 

Discovery and conquests of Northwest, 
385, 386 
, W. Id, 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report of 
committee to whom was referred peti- 
tion to alter collection law that debtor 
shall not possess advantage over credi- 
tor, 4551 
Bland, J. E. 

Michigan. Legislature: R. A. Alger, 
3965 

Blatch, H. S. 

Rembaugh: Political status of women in 
U. S., 5946 

Blesch, A. F. 

Contract with O. H. Schneider & co., 8244 

Blind, see Defective and delinquent classes; 
Michigan. Asylum for the deaf, dumb 
and blind; Michigan. Asylums; Michi- 
gan. Employment institution for the 
blind; Michigan. School for the blind 



Federal land grants for internal improve- 
ments, 388 
— . E. F. 

Zeisberger: Diary, 7072 
-,G. 



Michigan southern and northern Indiana 
railroad co. : Letter to stockholders, 
5414 

,S. 

White: Sketches of Christian life and 
public labors of W. Miller, 6896 
Blois, J. T. 

Gazetteer, 389-391 
Bloomer, H. B. 

.Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Michi- 
gan corporation law, 3846 
Bloomfield 

Beautiful Bloomfield hills, 323 
Bless, J. B. 

Sjiccial taxation of liquor traffic, 392 
Blowe, D. 

Geographical, commercial and agricul- 
tural view of U. S., 393 
Blue sky law, see Corporation law; Invest- 
ment companies 
Bogs 

Transcau: Bogs and bog flora of Huron 
River valley, 6563 
Bogue, E. E. 

Forestry problem, 1733 
Boies, A. H. 

Catalogue of birds in southern Mich., 394 
Bolks, S. 

\'an Raalte: De toestand der Ho!- 
land.sche kolonisatie in Michigan, 6748 

Bolt, R. A. 

Ju\cnile offenders in Detroit, 395 

Boltwood, L. M. 

Sheldon: L. M. Boltwood, 6228 

Bonds 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Select 
committee: Report of committee to 
investigate alleged misapplication of 
part paid bonds said to have been paid 
by Alich. southern railroad co., 4703 

See also State bonds 

Bonner, R. L 

History of Adrian, 396 

Knapp: Illustrated hist, and biographical 

record of Lenawee co., 2556 
Memoirs of Lenawee co., 397 
Whitney: History and biographical 

record of Lenawee co., 6913 

Bonney, C. C. 

Rules of law for carriage and delivery of 
persons and property by railway, 398 

Boot and shoe business 

Farnsworth: Memorandum book, 8395 



170 



INDEX 



BOOTH, E. W. 

Sun^ey of charities and philanthropies of 
Grand Rapids, 399 

-, G. G. 

Cranbrook press, 400 
-, J. C. 



Geological and topographical map of 
mineral district of Lake Superior, 78-10, 
7S41 
Bordner, J. S. 

Influence of traction on formation of 
mechanical tissue in stems of plants, 401 
Botany 

Adams: Ecological survey of Isle Royale, 
7 

Beal: Michigan flora, 304, 305 

: Observations on leaves of clover, 

307 

: Study of plant leaves, 314 

Bradford : Brief hist, and outline of work 
done by botanical club at M. A. C., 421 

Burns: Bog studies, 501 

: Preparation for field work, 502 

: River studies, 503 

Cowles: Ecological relations of vegeta- 
tion on sand dunes of Lake Mich., 846 

Davis: Field work, 927 

: Wood-lot studies, 929 

Farwell: Mich, novelties, 1673 

: Notes on Mich, species of poly- 

gonatum, 1674 

[Hubbard]: Geological survey [Michi- 
gan], 2244 

Lane: Geological report on Huron co., 
2599 

Michigan. Academy of science : Report, 
2972 

. Geological survey: Annual 

report, 3559 



: First bi- 
ennial report, 3565 
Sargent: Crataegus in southern Mich., 

6139 
Transeau: Bogs and bog flora of Huron 

River valley, 6563 
Wheeler: Catalogue of phaenogamous 
and vascular cryptogamous plants, 6884 
Whitford: Genetic development of for- 
ests of northern Mich., 6906 
Bottle charts 

Harrington: Currents of Great Lakes, 
2053, 2054 
Boudeman, D. 

Michigan. Political science association: 
City government, 4792 
Boughton, C. 
Petition, 402 

, Martha A. 

Selections from autobiography of Rev. 
J. M. Arnold, 403 
-, Mattie A.) 



Bay View, 404 

Boulton, W. 

Complete hist, of Alpena county, 405, 406 
Souvenir of Alpena, 407 
Boundaries, see Michigan. Boundaries 



BOUNTIES, see Civil war 
Bouquet's expedition, 1764 

Cort: Col. H. Bouquet, 839 

[Smith] : Historical account of expedition 
against Ohio Indians, 6314, 6315 

Whittlesey: Papers relating to expedi- 
tion, 6918 
Bourland, B. P. 

Walter library, 408 
Bours, A. L. 

History of Michigan, 409 

Inaugural proceedings, 410 

Michigan. Board of state building com- 
missioners: Proceedings at laying of 
corner stone, 3226 
Bouyoucos, G. J. 

Effect of temperature on soils, 411 

Freezing point method as means of deter- 
mining acidity and lime requirements 
of soils, 412 

Freezing point method as means of meas- 
uring soil solution, 413 

Further studies on freezing point lowering 
of soils, 414 

Investigation of soil temperature, 415 

Soil temperature, 416 
Bovee, F. N. 

Lansing, 417 
Bowen, A. W., & co. 

City of Grand Rapids, 680 
, B. F., & CO. 

Automobile and sportsmen's guide, 418 

Biographical history of Genesee co., 366 

northern Michigan, 

367 



memoirs of St. Clair co., 368 
Deland: Hist, of Jackson co., 942 
Michigan state atlas, 7367 
Wheeler: History of Wexford co., 6889 
-,E. 



Accurate map of North America, 7103 
-,H. 



Mss., 8197 
-, W. P. 



Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Physical training, 3413 
Bowers, L. 

Powers: Numerous railway cos. vs. 
Perry F. Powers, 5864 
Bowman, J. 

Clark: Col. G. R. Clark's sketch, 696 
Boylston club; fourth season, 419 
Boyne City, Gaylord and Alpena railroad 
Abbott: Facts about Michigan particu- 
larly that part tributary to the line of 
B. C. G. & A. R. R., 2 
Boyne Falls 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5763 

Boynton, N. S. 

Maccabees, 420 

Boys' and Girls' clubs 

Michigan. Agricultural college. Dept. of 
agricultural education: Junior agri- 
cultural association, 3007 

. Dept. of public instruction: 

Juvenile com growing associations, 3394 



INDEX 



171 



BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUBS— Continued 

Sec ulsu Clubs; .Mi>.hi,ijun. Ay;riculUiral 
college. Extension division 
Boys' reform school, see Michigan. In- 

(lustria! scliool for bovs 
Bradford, G. M. 

Bnet hist, and outline of work done hv 
botanical club at M. A. C, 421 

-, J. B. 

Petition for revision of Detroit charter, 
422 

-, T. G. 



Michigan and Great Lakes, 7167 
Michigan, in Bradford's Atlas, 7186 
-, W. J. A. 



N'c >tcs on Northwest, 423 
Bradish, A. 

Memoir of Douglass Houghton, 424 
Remarks on fine arts dept., U. of M., 425 
Mss., 8197, 8199 
Bradley, A., jr. 

May) of U. S. exhibiting post-roads, situa- 
tions, connexions and distances of post- 
offices, 7128 

, C. P. 

Journal, 426 
-, I. 8. 



Available material for study of institu- 
tional history of Northwest, 427 
Turner: West as field for history studv, 
6603 
Bradrick, C. W. 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 
relating to women, 3940 
Bradstreet, Col. 

Hi High: Diary of siege of Detroit, 2211 
Bradstreet's t)ook of commercial ratings, 428 
Bradstreet's expedition, 1764 

Whittlesev: Pa[>ers relating to expedi- 
tion, 69 IS 
Bradway, President 

Detroit. Real estate board: Inaugural 
address, 1335 

Brady, H. 

Duffield: Veteran hero, 1556 
Brady & co. 

Bank Ixxjks, 8245 

Check stub-books, 8246 

Index book, 8247 

Journal, 8248 

Letter book, 8249 

Sales book, 8250 
Brady family 

Ms^.. S115, 8180 
Brady guards 

Detroit. Brady guards: Constitution, 
1036 

Bramhall, F. J. 

Facts and figures, 429-431 

Michigan central railroad co.: Detroit, 
5374 

Summer days, 432 

Summer note-book, 433 
Brampton 

Polk & CO.: Directory-, 5767 



BRANCH COUNTY 

Collin: History, 742 

(Johnson): Hist, of Branch co., 2406 

Lake: Atlas, 7428 

Map, bv Gcil & Jones, 7427 

, by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7429 

, showing territory within which 

marl deposits of Mich. Portland cement 
CO. are located, 7431 
Michigan. Commissioners to review the 
county scat of Branch co.: Report, 
3280 ' 

. Geological survey: Report in 

relation to iron ore on school section, 
3567 
. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on towns and counties: Report 
of committee to whom was referred bill 
to establish seat of justice, 4695 
Ogle & CO. : Standard atlas, 7430 
Portrait and biographical album, 5827 
Brant, L. A, 

Michigan. Legislature: Memorial pro- 
ceedings for Gen. Sherman, 3961 
Breakey, W. F. 

Ann Arl)or medical club: Banquet, 132 
Unsanitary methods, 434 
Break o'day 

Houv: Break o'day, 2225, 2226 
Breakwaters 

Patrick: Some damage bv lake storm, 
1913, 5658 
Brearley, W. H. 

Detroit evening news: Grand pleasure 
excursions, 1440 
Breitmeyer, P. 

Mss., 8168, 8169, 8190 
Brenkert, J. W., & co. 

Street ear map ui D. U. R., 7999 
Brett, W. H. 

School ami library, 435 
Brewer, J. H. 

Michigan. Constitutional convention: 
Proceedings, 3326 

, M. S. 

Speeches, 436 

Brewster, C. B. 

[Trowbridge]: Tributes to his memory, 
6590 

Bridges 

Michigan bridge and construction co., 

5365 
Michigan. Highway dept.: General 

specifications for steel and concrete 

bridges, 3793 
. Laws, statutes, etc. : Laws 

relating to highways and bridges, 3875 
Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on roads and bridges: Report 
on memorial of L. Ives for authority to 
maintain bridge at Springwells, 4224 
Tollman: Petition asking laws be 
amended to allow overseers of highways 
be appointed and appropriations for 
roads and bridges be made at noon on 
election davs, 6553 



172 



INDEX 



BRIDGMAN, E. C. 

County and railroad township map of 
Mich., 7280 
Brief examination of projected system of 

internal improvements, 437 
Brief history of Mich., 438 
Brief military record of F. D. Baldwin, 

439 
Brief sketch of Mr. and Mrs. J. White, 440 
Brinton, Mrs. B. 

"Our boys", 441 
Brion de la Tour, [L.] 

Carte des Etats-Unis de I'Amerique 
septcntrionale, 7109 
Bristol, T. W. 

Houghton: Reports, 2214 

Map of mineral region of south shore of 
Lake Superior, 7836 
British free trade 

[Stebbins]: British free trade a delusion, 
6388 
British museum 

French-Indian war, 8251 
[British North American mining co.] 

Report, 442 
Britton and Gray 

Ontonagon and state line, 443 
Brockway 

Meech: Port Huron and St. Clair co. 
directory, 2935 
Brockway Centre 

Meech: Port Huron and St. Clair co. 
directory, 2935 
Brodie, W. 

Address before State medical society, 444 
Bromme, T. 

Michigan, 445  
Brondige, J. E. 

Pontiac. Ordinances, etc.: Revised 
ordinances, 5800 

Bronson, W. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on internal improvement: Re- 
port upon petition, 4092 

Brooks, Rev. C. 

Mss., 8163 

— — ,J.w. 

Reply concerning comparative rates, 446 
Report on merits of Mich, central as in- 
vestment, 447 
-, N. W. 



Miscellaneous mss., 8201 

Woodbridge: Memorial for relief against 

taxes and other burthens in 9th ward, 

Detroit, 7032 
-,S. 



Kalamazoo college: Historical catalogue, 
2453 
-, T. B. 



Analysis of cost and description of 
methods of mining in Marquette re- 
gion, 448 

Atlas accompanying report on iron-bear- 
ing rocks, 7814 

Iron-bearing rocks, 449, 450 

L'Anse, 451 



BROOKS, T. B.— Continued 

Michigan. Geological survey: Upper 

Peninsula, 3576 
Use of magnetic needle, 452 

Broomfield, A. 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Com- 
piled laws, 3844 

Brosseau, Mrs. A. J. 

Daughters of the American revolution. 
Michigan: Report of gifts, 917 

Brown, C. B. 

Volney: View of soil and climate of U. S.,. 
6771 

 , C. E. 

Annual directory of Saginaw valley, 455 
Directory of Adrian, 454 

— Port Huron, 455 

St. Louis, 456 



Q g^ 

Govt, of Mich., 457, 458 
Michigan circuit court reporter, 459 
Michigan nisi prius reports, 460 
Old Northwest Territory, 461 
-, C. W. 



Keeping qualities of butter, 462, 463 
-, D. W. 



Michigan. Constitutional convention: 
Debates, 3319 
-, E. L. 



Autobiographical notes, 464 
-, E. O. 



Two missionary priests at Mackinac, 465 
-, F. J. 



Michigan's brigade, 466 
-, G. 



Detroit. Board of education: Manual^ 
1004 
-, G. A. 



Pork production, 467 
-, G. P. 



Marquette. Charters: Charter, 2885 
-, H. B. 



Memoir, 468 
Memorial address, 469 
-,L. 



[Michigan. Governor: Communication 
submitting papers relating to arrest], 
3585 
-, M. L. 



[Map of] Wayne co. and part of Oakland 
and Macomb, 7601 
-, M. R. 



Michigan, 7315 
-, S. B. 



Free masons. Michigan. Grand lodge: 

Memorial service, 1761 
History of Ransom township, 470 

, S. R. 



Views on Lake Erie, 471 
Western gazeteer, 472 

-, T. W. 



Michigan. Courts: Rules of practice, 
3340 
-, W. E 



Indian legendary poems, 474 



INDEX 



173 



BROWN, SMYTH AND NICHOLS 

iJiiveluiy oi' Easl Sii^^inaw and Soutli 
Sai:;ina\v, 473 
Browne, B. V. L. 

llastcT in children's ward, 475 

Sicirv of cliildren's ward, 476 
Brownell, C. H. 

Michigan. State board of fish commis- 
sioners: Minute upon death, 4882 
Browning, F. P. 

Cash book, 8252 

Day books, 8253 

Journals, 8254 

Ledgers, 8255 
, F., estate 

Clark: Mss., 8187 
Brule, E. 

ButtcrficUl: Hist, of Brule's discoveries, 
541 
Brule River 

Kinj;: Trouting on Brule River, 2531, 
2532 
Brummelkamp, A. 

lioliand in Ainerika, 477 
Brunner, A. W. 

Preliminary report for city plan for Grand 
Rapids, 478 
Brush, E. A. 

In nienioriam, 2304 
, E. E. 

In memoriam, 2305 
-,E. 



Trowbridge: Mss., 8158 

Wilkinson and Post: Mss., 8159 
Bruske, A. F. 

Hist, of Alma college, 479 
Brydges, C. J. 

Detroit and Milwaukee railroad com- 
pany: Mortgage, 1411 
Buchanan, J. 

Speeches on bill to admit Michigan, 480 
Buchon, J. A. C. 

Carte, gcographique, statistique ct his- 
torique de Territoirc Michigan, 7144 
Buck, A. 

Cash book, 8256 

• — -'W. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on claims: Report of committee 
to wliom was referred petition of, 4450 
Buckingham, J. S. 

Eastern and western states, 481 
Buckley, Rev. J. M. 

Haven: Autobiography, 2087 
Buckley and Douglas lumber co. 

l-\\v facts alxjut farm and fruit lands in 
western Mich., 482 
Buckwheat 

Bcal: Study of wheat and buckwheat, 
316 
Budget, see Michigan. Budget 
Buel, A. W., see Buel and Trowbridge 

Buel and Trowbridge 

Mss., 8188 

Buell, J. 

One woman's work, 483 



BUGLE blast, 484 

Builders of belter Detroit, 485 

Building and loan associations 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Report, 3523 

. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 

relating to, 3836 Nl 

Provident building, loan and savings 

society, 5888 
See also Michigan. Builc'ing and loan 
association league; Micliigun. Build- 
in;^' and loan associations 
Building association 

Chipman: Petition for act incorporating, 
672 
Building laws 

Bulkley: Building laws and ordinances 

of Detroit, 486 
Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Hous- 
ing code, 3876 
Building supplies, see Brady & co. 
Buildings 

Micliigan. State board of health : Exami- 
nation of plans for public buildings, 
4895 
Bulkley, H. C. 

Building laws of Detroit, 486 

— , J. M. 

Biographical sketch of in Miscellaneous 

mss., 8176 
Early French settlements on Great 

Lakes, 487 
History of Monroe co., 488 
River Raisin monuments, 489 
Bull, H. A. 

Miclii^'an. Political science association: 
Papers and addresses on primary re- 
form, 4794 
Bullen, E. L. 

Grand Rapid.s. Ordinances, etc.: Ordi- 
nances, 1911 
Bull Run 

Lystcr: Recollections of Bull Run cam- 
pai>j;ii, 2790 
[Bumphrey, M. H.] 

Soc. of Mich., New York veterans, 490 
Buncher, C. 

Catalogue, 491 
Bunker, R. E. 

.W'gotiable instalments law, 492 
Bunn, M. 

Life, 493 
Burbank, J. 

Go, Ifrov family: Mss., 8049 
Burch, E. P. 

Telei)hone rates in Detroit, 494 

, N. H. 

Gazetteer, 1^5 
-, Polk & CO, 



Grand Ra])ids directory, 496 
Burgess, C. H. 

Small poultry house, 497 

Burkart, J. L. 

I^lichigan. State board of health: Re- 
port of tuberculosis survey, 4923 

Burlington 

Medham: Directory, 5533 



174 



INDEX 



BURNET, J. 

Notes on Northwest Tcr., 498, 499 
Burnett, T. P. 

Michigan (Ter.) Legislative council: Re- 
port, 5356 
Buniham,,E. 

Rural school efficiency in Kalamazoo co., 
500 

, J- K. 

Bumham vs. Interstate casualtv co. of 
N. Y., 8257 

Bums, G. P. 

Bog studies, 501 
Otis: Michigan trees, 5617 
Preparation for field work, 502 
River studies, 503 

— -,R. 

St. Andrew's society: Anniversary of 
birth, 6102 

Burr, A. R. 

Michigan. Legislature. vSenate. Com- 
mittee on finance: Report relative to 
memorial, 4473 
, D. H. 

Michigan, 7156 

Map of northern parts of Ohio, Indiana 
and Illinois with Mich., and part of 
Ouisconsin Ter., 7174 

• Mich, and part of Wisconsin Ter., 

7188 

Mich, and Wisconsin, 7189 

exhibiting country between lakes 

Mich, and Erie . . . contested boun- 
dary lines, 7382, 7383 

Burrows, J. C. 

Centennial celebration of evacuation of 

Detroit, 625 
Detroit tribune: [New Year's greetings], 

1489 
Orcutt: Burrows of Mich., 5607 
[Smith]: J. C. Burrows, 6303 
[ ]: Why J. C. Burrows should be 

expelled from U. S. Senate, 6304 

Burroughs adding machine co. 

Collins: Through the Burroughs plant, 

743 
Instructions for operating, 504, 505 
W. S. Burroughs, 506 

[Burt, H. A.] 

Marquette and Mackinac railroad, 507 

Niagara Falls ship canal, 508 
-, W. A. 



Geological map of district of township 

lines in Northern Peninsula, 7813 
Houghton: Reports, 2214 

Burton, C. H. 

Beginnings of homoeopathy in Detroit, 510 
First homeopathic physician, 511 

, C. M. 

Building of Detroit, 512, 513 
"Cadillac's village," 514 
Chapter in history of Cleveland, 515 
[Chronological notes on U. S. history], 
8258 



BURTON, C. M.— Continued 

Compendium of hist, and biog. of Detroit 

and Wayne co., 759 
[Court and other records], 8259 
Detroit bound to be big city, 516 

in earlier days, 517 

Detroit. Historiographer: 

port, 1191 



Detroit, 1192 
Detroit, '1814-60, 8260 

in 1825-27], 8261 

— 1833-35], 8262 

— 1835-37], 8263 

— 1836, 8264 

— 1842-43], 8265 

— 1843-45], 8266 

— 1884-45], 8267 

— 1849, 518, 8268 

— 1850-54], 8269 

— 1900], 8270 



Annual re- 
Historv of 



Detroit in revolution, 519 

prior to fire of 1805, 7622 

rulers, 520 

Diary of Detroit, 8271 

Dodge: Narrative during captivity at 
Detroit, 1532 

Early Detroit, 521 

Ephraim Douglass, 522 

Excursion into early records of Detroit, 
523 

Frustrated land grab, 524 

[History of Griswold street], 525 

Historical memoranda of Territory of 
Mich., 2136 

In footsteps of Cadillac, 526 

John Connolly, 527 

Journal of Pontiac's conspiracy, 2425 

Journal of trip in 1904, 8272 

[La Salle and the Griffon], 528 

Laws governing execution and recording 
conveyances, 529 

List of streets in Detroit, 530 

Mss., 8129, 8170, 8191 

. from Burton historical collection, 

2877 

Michigan (Ter.) Commission on land 
titles: Governor and judges journal, 
5331 

Protestant orphan asylum of Detroit, 8273 

Ross: Landmarks of Wayne co. and De- 
troit. 6032 

Shandean club, 8274 

Sketch of life of Antoine de la Mothe 
Cadillac, 531 

Society of colonial wars. Michigan : His- 
torical papers, 6325 

: : Paul 

Revere of West, 6327 

Utley: Michigan as province, territory 
and state, 6733 
Burton's abstracts, reports and statistics, 

532 



INDEX 



ITo 



BURTON, M. A. 

Journal of Pontiac's conspiracy, 2425 

Keep: Guide to Detroit, 2489 

Mss. from Burton historical collection, 

2877 
Michigan (Tcr.) Commission on land 

titles: Governor and judges journal, 

5331 
T. W. Palmer, 533 

Burton genealogy 

Mss,. Sl)5() 

Bush, C. P. 

Michigan, Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on elections: Report in relation 
to qualifications to seat, 4040 
Bushnell, L. D. 

Practical use of starters, 534 
Bushy Run, Battle of, 1763 

[SmithJ: Historical account of expedition 
against Ohio Indians, 6314, 6315 
Business album of Grand Rapids, 535 

bibliography 

Detroit. Public library: Books for 
business men, 1285 

buildings of Detroit, 536 

colleges 

Albion comnicrcial college: Circular, 38 
Cochran's commercial institute: Circu- 
lar, 720 
See also Ferris institute 

corporations, see Corporation law 

law 



Bates: Negotiable instruments law, 239 
Bennett: Law of negotiable paper, 344, 

345 
Meeker: Digest of laws of Mich., 2937 
mss. 



Abbott: Mss., 8040 

Askin family: Mss., 8037, 8130 

Bissell & CO.: Mss., 8060, 8099, 8100 

Campau family: Mss., 8145 

Clark: Mss., '8 187 

Emmons: Mss., 8078, 8082, 8090 

Goflfroy familv: Mss., 8049 

Holbrook: M'ss., 8196 

Johnson: Mss., 8119 

Maybury: Mss., 8189 

Palmer: Mss., 8200 

Park and Meldrum: Mss., 8131 

Piquette and Reid: Mss., 8048 

Sanders: Mss., 8150 

Siblev: Mss., 8173 

Terns: Mss., 8042, 8069, 8079, 8083, 

8085, 8087. 8091, 8093, 8095 
Van Dvke and Emmons: Mss., 8094 
Williams: M.ss., 8038, 8125, 8127, 8128, 

8147,8148,8151,8156 
Wing: M.ss., 8120 
See also manuscripts 
Butler, Gen. A. 

Miscellaneous mss., 8182 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report of 
committee to whom was referred reso- 
lution for relict, 4693 



BUTLER, E. 

Potter: History of Barry co., 5855 

, J. D. 

French footprints beyond lakes, 537, 538 
French fortifications, 539 
.J. 



Hist., work ami aims of Mich. Audubon 
socictv, 540 
-, W". O. 



Life of Gen. L. Cass, to which is appended 
sketch of public and private hist, of 
Major-Gen. Butler, 2740 
Pul)lic-life of L. Cass, with biographical 
sketch of Gen. Butler, 5892 
Butter 

Anderson: Studies in butterfat, 91 
Brown: Keeping qualities, 462, 463 
See also Dairying; ^lilk 
Butterfield, C. W. 

llist. cf Brule's discoveries, 541 

Hist, of discovery of Northwest by 

Nicolet, 542 
Washington-Irvine correspondence, 543 

, Rev. H. Q. 

Addresses at inauguration, 17 
-, Rev. I. 



In memoriam, 2314 
-, R. W. 



7 

Michigan. Political science association: 
Papers and addresses on primary re- 
form, 4794 
Butterworth hospital 
Annual rejiort, 544 
Button, F. 
Mss., 8152 

,W. 

Mss., 8152 
Buttrick, G. L. 

[Guf^n): Report of hearing on school 
book legislation, 1999 
Buxton, Mrs. J. E. 
Bank book, 8275 

L/adillac, A. de la M. 

Burton: "Cadillac's village", 514 

: In foot steps of Cadillac, 526 

: Mss., 8129 

: Sketch, 531 

[Contract between Cadillac, J. Arriv^ & 

J. Gaultier, &- F. Hazeur], 8276 
Crowley: Daughter of New France, 869 
Detroit. Public library: Antoine de la 

Mothe Cadillac, 1281 
Detroit today : Cadillac bi-centenary ed., 

1486 
Elliott: Comments on memoir, 8382 
Farmer: Mss., 8186 
Foresti<5: Lamothe-CadiUac, 1732 
Margry: Copies of papers relating to, 

8458 
Miscellaneous mss., 8122 
[Order to Sieur D'Argenteuil to report to 

Comte de Frontenacj, 8277 
Viger: Quelques notes, 6764 
Wayne co. Historical and pioneer society : 

Souvenir of Cadillac day, 6831 
See also Cadillac mss. 



170 



INDEX 



CADILLAC MSS. 

Archives judiciaries du Dist. de Quebec, 
, 8278 

[Records from French archives], 8279 
[Records relating to Cadillac], 8280 
Cadillac, Madame M. T. 

Detroit. Woman's bi-centenary com- 
mittee: Historical art souvenir, 1362 



: Souvenir of unveiling tablet 

in memory of, 1363 
Cadillac 

Charter and ordinances, 545 
Directory 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5763 
Evening news: Atlas of Wexford co., 7603 
Michigan. Historical commission: Prize 

essays, 3803 
Schools 

Course of study, 546 
Tract 

[Map of] Cadillac tract, by Rand, Mc- 
Nally & CO., 7846 
Cadwell, G. B., & co. 

Atlas of Lenawee co., 7512 , 
Cady, B. D. 

Port Huron. Charters: Charter, 5814 
Cahill, E. 

President's address, 547 
Calcite 

Palache: Crystallization of calcite from 
copper mines of Lake Superior, 5627 
Calculating machines 

Burroughs adding machine co. : Instruc- 
tions for operating, 504, 505 
Calendar of superior court, Grand Rapids, 
548 

Calhoun, J. C. 

S])eeches on bill for admission of Michi- 
gan, 549 

Calhoun county 

Beers & co. : Atlas, 7434 

Business directory, 550 

Farm journal directory, 1639 

History, 2151 

Map, by State geologist, 7432 

Map, by Geil, Harley & Siverd, 7433 

, — U. S. Postofhce dept., 7435 

Ogle & CO. : Standard atlas, 7436 

Polk &-CO. : Battle Creek city directory, 

5760 
Portrait and biographical album, 5828 

Calkins, A. R. 

Petition for grant of lands in Allegan co. 
for railroad, 551 
, R. D. 

Suggestive outline in geography, 552 
Callahan, J. M. 

Neutrahty of American lakes, 553 
Callaghan & co. 

Michigan digest, 554-556 
Calumet & Hecla mining co. 

Summary of operations, 558 

U. S. Dept. of labor: Mich, copper dis- 
trict strike, 6664, 6665 



CALUMET 

Board of education 

Public schools, 557 
Directory 

Polkt'tco.: Directory, 5764 
Calumet mineral region 

Hulbert : ' ' Calumet-conglomerate ", 2260, 
2261 
Calumet special map, by U. S. Geological 

survey, 7765 
Calvert lithographing co. 

Birds eye view of rail and water routes to 

mineral spring at St. Clair, 8016 
Guide map of Detroit, 7662 
Map of Detroit, 7653, 7654, 7666, 7669, 
7670, 7680, 7684 

Detroit railway hnes, 7998 

[ Michigan], 7268 

Calvin college chimes, 559 

Cambridge 

Dewey: Saint Michael's and all angels' 
church, 1501 

Campaign literature 

Bagley: Speech, 171 

Cass: Address to Democracy of Detroit, 
607 

Detroit tribune: Increase of state taxes, 
1488 

Edwin Denby club: For Congress E. 
Denby, 1581 

Facts and arguments against election of 
Gen. Cass, 1629 

Freeman's pamphlet, 1754 

Granger: Progress of radicalism, 1973 

Independent labor party. Detroit: Cir- 
cular, 2282 

May: Equal suffrage, 2926 

Republican party. Michigan. Ingham 
CO.: Address of central committee, 
5952 

. . State cen- 
tral committee: Campaign address, 
5953 



5955 



Evils of free trade. 



gan", 5956 



" Michigan, my Michi- 



: State and national 

finances, 5957 

[Scrap-book of Gov. Bliss campaign], 6193 

Ward: Protection vs. free trade, 6797 

Wayne co. Republican club; an organi- 
zation with work to perform, 6832 

Williams: Prohibition and woman suf- 
frage, 6936 

: Prohibition reform party, 6937, 

6938 

Wisner: Address to people of 3d cong. 
dist., 6997 

See also Democratic party; Good govern- 
ment league. Grand Rapids; Michigan. 
Politics and government; Politics; Re- 
publican party; Whig party 



INDEX 



177 



CAMPAU, D. J. 

Mss., 8069, 8073 

Sec also Campau familv 
, E. L. 

Wilkinson and Post: Mss., 8159 
-, J. 



Mss., 8069, 8135, 8145 
-, J., estate 



Campau familv: Mss., 8074 
-,T.J. 



See Campau family 

, T. and son 

Map of Grcsse Pointc Farms, 7725 
family 



Mss., 8074, 807 7. 8145 

Campau vs. Moran 
Gray: Mss., 8059 

Campbell, A. 

Aii'lress on climate, soil, resources, [etc.] 
of Upper Peninsula, 561 

,C. 

Review of pamphlet on Church of Christ, 
562 

-, C. P. 



Grand Rapids. Charters: Revised char- 
ter, 1888 

. Ordinances, etc.: Ordi- 
nances, 1912 

Index digest of Mich, supreme court de- 
cisions, 563 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc. i Howell's 
annotated statutes, 3877 
-, E. D. 



Historv of chemical laboratorv, U. of M., 
564' 

-, H. C. 



Radisson's journal, 565 
-, H. J. 



Shannon: State of Dakota; how it may 
be formed, 6207 

-, J. B. 



Stockton: Report communicating report 
of superintendent of mineral lands on 
Lake Superior, 6415 

-,J.v. 



Biographical sketch of C. C. Trowbridge, 
566 

Brown: Memorial address, 469 

Elon Farnsworth, 567 

Hamlin: Legends of Le Detroit, 2029 

J. J. Bagley, 568 

judicial system [in Middle West], 569 

Mss., 8199, 8281 

Memorial discourse on Rev. G. P. Wil- 
liams, 570 

Michigan. State teachers' association: 
Memorial, 5110 

. Supreme court: Exercises in 

memory- of, 5123 

Outlines of political history' of Mich., 571 
-, M. D. 



Memorial day in Quincy, 573 
-, Mrs. M. H. 



Revolutionarv scr\-ices and civil life of 
Gen. W. Hull, 572 

23 



CAMP DEVLIN 

Michigan national guard: Map, 8030 
Camping 

Norlhrup: Camps and tramps in Adiron- 
dacks and Grayling fishing in northern 
Mich., 5562 
Camp Kenmore jalay school, 560 
Campus news notes, 574 
Canada 
Archives 

Cadillac mss.: Archives judiciaries du 
dist. Quebec, 8278 

. : [Records relating to 

Cadillac), 8280 
Documents relating to invasion of 
Canada and surrender of Detroit, 575 
Montreal. Notarial archives: [Rec- 
ords], 8493 
[Records relating to Detroit], 8282 
Baby: Souvenirs of past, 167 
Commerce with U. S. 

Detroit. Board of commerce: Inter- 
national commerce; 987 
Crown lands dept. 

Plan of north shore of Lake Superior, 
from Bayfield's chart, 7917 
Custom house 

Report outward of cargo of steamer 
Lady Elgin, 8283 
Description and travel 
Darby: Tour, 910 

Ferguson: Practical notes made dur- 
ing tour, 1678, 1679 
Flint: Letters, 1711 
Fountain: Great Northwest, 1739 
Howison: Sketches of Upper Canada, 

2236 
Rochefoucault Liancourt : Travels 
. through U. S., 5999 
Weld: Reise durch Nord Ameri- 
kanischen freistaaten, 6853 

: Travels through states of North 

America, 6852 

-: ,Voyage au Canada, 6854 



History 

Cadillac mss.: [Records from French 

archives], 8279 
Crowley: Daughter of New France, 

869 
Walker: Northwest during revolution, 

6787, 6788 
Winsor: Pageant of Saint Lusson, 

6995 
Maps 
Amdrique septentrionalc, par le Sr. 

d'Anville, 7088 
Le Canada faict par le Sr. de Cham- 
plain; suiuant les memoires de P. du 

Val, 7076 
Le Canada ou Nouvelle France, par 

N. Sanson, 7074 
Canada, Louisiane et terres Angloi.ses, 

par le Sr. d'Anville. 7091 
Carte du Canada, 7075, 7081 
Carte du Canada ou de la Nouvelle 

France, par G. Delisle, 7100 



1^ 



INDEX 



CANADA— Continued 

Carte de Nouvelle France [by Nicolas 

de Fer?], 7081 
Carte des pays sous nom Canada, par 

Sr. Robert de Vaugondy, 7090 
Map of New France, by H. Moll, 7083 
New map of north parts of America, 

by H. Moll, 7087 
North America. From French of Mr. 

D'Anville, by Thos. Jefiferys, 7094 
Partie occidentale de Nouvelle France 
ou du Canada par Mr. Bellin, 7092 
Parliament 

Report on Sault Ste. Marie canal, 576 
Southern railway co., 

Prospectus, 577 
See also Northwest 
Canadian revolt 

Ross: Patriot war, 6033 
Canal lands 

Howell: Protest against appropriating 
tolls of St. Mary's canal to payment 
due counties for taxes on canal lands, 
2231 
Canals 

Detroit. Board of trade: Niagara ship 

canal, 1028 
Keith: Historical sketch of internal im- 
provements, 2490 
Michigan. Board of internal improve- 
ment: Report on survey of canal 
from Mt. Clemens to Lake Michigan, 
3203 
New map of Mich., by C. Desilver, 7233 
New map of Mich., with canals, roads and 

distances, 7220 
Sabin: Filling and emptying 3rd lock at 

St. Mary's Falls canal, '6060 
See also Clinton and Kalamazoo canal; 
Erie canal ; Grand Rapids canal ; Illinois 
and Michigan canal ; Oswego canal ; 
Saginaw canal; Sault Ste. Marie canal 
Cane 

Kcdzic: Early amber cane, 2473 
Canfield, G. L. 

[Admiralty notes], 8284 
Case books, 8285 
Check stub-books, 8286 
Diaries, 8287 
Canning 

Cowles: Home canning, 844 
Cannon, M. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on claimis: Report [relative to 
to claim], 4005 

Capac 

Wolverine directory co. : St. Clair co. 
directory, 7008 

Capital punishment 

[Bingham]: Hist, of substitution of im- 
prisonment for death penalty, 364 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Select 
committee: Report on abolishment, 
4296, 4297 

Seymour: Remarks on bill for establish-- 
ment of prison of infamy, 6204 



CAPITOL, sec Alichigan. Capital and cap- 

itol 
Carey, M. 

Map of Ohio, Indiana and Northwest 
territories, 7129 

part of Northwest Territory, by 

S. Lewis, 7124 
Northwest Territory, 7125, 7127 
Upper territories of U. S., 7136, 7137 
Cargill, O. F. 
Mss., 8067 

See also Howard and Cargill; Toms, Car- 
gill and Chase 
Cargill and Chase 

Toms: Mss., 8095 
Carlisle, F. 
Detroit, 578 

Wayne co. Historical and pioneer society: 
Chronology of notable events, 6830 



Souvenir of Cadillac dav, 6831 
Carlton, R. 

New purchase, 579 
Camahan, A. L. 

Developm.ent of Lake Superior copper 
mines, 580 
Camiff, J. 

Toms: Mss., 8069 
Caro 

Government of, 1835 
Carpenter, H. B. 

Michigan. University: What's what at 
Mich., 5225 

Map of farm garden and lawn of M. A. C, 
7858 

Carpet beetle 

Cook: Carpet beetle, 783 

Carrere, J. M. 

Brunncr: Preliminary report for city 
plan for Grand Rapids, 478 

Carrier, W. M. 

Michigan. University. Class of 1873: 
Record, 5254 

Carriers 

Bonney: Rules of law for carriage and 
delivery of persons and property by 
railway, 398 

Carter, C. S. 

Michigan. L'^niversity. Class of 1870: 
History of class, 5252, 5253 

» T. 

French mission life, 581 
W.] 



Fort Defiance centennial, 582 

Carton, A. C. 

Extracts from addresses, 583-587 

Michigan. Public domain commission: 
Report on feasibility of using pulp and 
chicory dryers to dry surplus potato 
crop, 4815 

What press can do in development of 
Mich., 588 

See also Michigan. Public domain com- 
mission 



INDEX 



179 



CARVER, J. 

Advciuures de, 5S9 

Lcc: Bibliograpliy of Carver's travels, 
2708 

: Capt. T. Carver, 2709 

Travels, 590-602 
Gary, H. 

Map of Saginaw, 7748 

.J- 

New map of part of U. S. exhibiting 

western territory, 7139 

— U. S. exhibiting western 

tcrriton,', 7130, 7131 
Part of U. S. cxliibiting Northwest, 
Michigan, Indiana and Illinois terri- 
ti^rv, 7145 
Case, E. C. 

Allen: Contributions to Prc-Cambrian 
geology, 55 

On a nearly complete skull of Symbos 
cavifrons leidv, 603 

, J. M. 

Longyear: Forests, streams, lakes and 
resources, 2764 
-, O. N. 



Michigan. Legislature: Memorial. 3953 
-,W. 



Journal, 8288 

Cash books, sec Manuscripts 

Cass, L. 

Address before New England society, 604 
Kalamazoo co. agricul- 
tural society, 605 

Mich, agricultural society, 



606 



to Democracy of Detroit, 607 



Biography of, 373 

Discourse before Historical society of 
Mich., 608 

Drake: Lake Superior railroad r letter to, 
1544 

Facts and arguments against election of, 
1629 

In memoriam, 2307 

Life of, 2739, 2740 

McClelland: Defence of, 2793 

McLaughlin: Influence of on develop- 
ment of Northwest, 2846 

: L. Cass, 2847-2851 

Mss., 8182, 8203, 8290 

Michigan. Historical commission: Lewis 
Cass day on Mackinac Island, 3802 

. Historical society: Historical 

and scientific .sketches of Mich., 3807 

Michigan (Ter.) Governor: Message to 
legislative council, 5334 

Public life of, 5892 

Remarks on jjresentation of resolutions 
of instruction, 609 

Schoolcraft : Map of northwestern ter- 
ritories showing track pursued by 
expedition under Gov. Cass in 1820, 
7140 

'[ ]: Outlines of life and char- 
acter, 6177 

Sketch of life and public services, 6248 



CASS. L.— Continued 

Smith: Fifty j'cars of public life. Life 
and times of, 6319 

Speech on construction of Sault Ste. Marie 
canal, 610 

rivers and harbors, 611 

To J. C. Calhoun, 8289 

U. S. 50th cong., 2d sess. : Proceedings 
upon acceptance of statue of, 6642 

V. S. War dept. : Letter transmitting in- 
formation in relation to superin- 
tendency of Indian affairs in Michigan 
Territory, 6693 

Young : Sketch of life and public services, 
7057, 7058 

See also Michigan (Ter.) Governor 

Cass code, see Michigan (Ter.) Laws, 
statutes, etc. 

Cass county 

Glover: History. 1819 

Lake: Atlas, 7437 

Map, by Geil, Harlcv & Sivcrd, 7440 

, by U. S. Posto'ffice dept., 7439 

[Mathews]: Historv, 2919 
Ogle &' CO. : Standard atlas, 7438 
Pioneer picnic: 31st annual picnic, 613 
Portrait and biographical record, 5826 
Rogers: History, 6005 

Cass platform, 612 

Casselman, A. C. 

Richardson: War of 1812, 5974 

Castalian, 614 

Castle Nowhere 

W..wls(.ii: Castle Nowhere, 7038 

Casualties 

Parker: Legal and other measures for 
prevention, 5643 

Catalogues, see name of Library 

Catherwood, Mrs. M. H. 

Chase of Saiut-Castin, 615 
Heroes of Middle West, 616 
Mackinac and lake stories, 617 
Story of Tonty, 618-620 
White islander, 621 

Catholicism 

Beginning and development of Catholicity 

in Dearborn, 336 
Brown: Two missionary priests at 

Mackinac; the jiarish register, 465 
Carter: French mission life, 581 
Catholic study club, Detroit, 622 
Catholic young men's literary society 

Constitution, 623 
Elliott: Oldest Catholic citv in West, 

1591 
Graml Rapids. Public librar\-: List of 

books by Catholic authors, 1923 
Maes: History 6f Catholic church in 

Monroe city and co., 2864 
Michigan Catholic bicentenary supple- 
ment, 5366 
Potier: Jesuit ms., 5854 
Rezek: History of Diocese of Sault Ste. 

Marie and Marquette, 5966 



180 



INDEX 



CATHOLICISM— Continued 

Souvenir album of Catholic churches, 
schools and institutions in and around 
Detroit, 6348 
See also Biographical sketches; Biog- 
raphies; Detroit. Catholics; Jesuits; 
Missions and missionaries; Nazareth 
academy; Sandwich, Ont. Assumption 
church; name of institution, local 
church or organization 
Catlin, G. B. 

Ross: Landmarks of Wayne co. and 
Detroit, 6032 
Cattle 

Anderson: Second report of grade dairy 

herd, 89 
Davenport: Feeding steers, 923 
Giltner: Infectious abortion, 1S12, 1813 
Grange: Experimental work, 1967 

: Tuberculosis, 1971 

Hallman : Tuberculin tests, 202 1 
Johnson: Feeding steers, 2409-2411 
Norton: Rearing calves on skim-milk, 

5571 
vShaw: Dried beet pulp for fattening 

steers, 6216 
[ ]: Methods of breeding for im- 
provement of Michigan cattle, 6220 
Plan for improvement, 6222 



West Michigan holstein breeders' asso- 
ciation: Catalog of annual consign- 
ment sale, 6865 
See also Beef; Dairying; Stock food 
Cedar Springs 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5763 
Polk, Murphy and co. : Directory, 5790 
Celoron [Celeron], P. J. 

[Journal of expedition to Ohio in 1749], 

8291 
Marshall: De C^loron's expedition to 
the Ohio, 2907 
Celery 

Coons: Septoria leaf spot disease or 

celery blight, 821 
Hallagan: Celery culture, 2018 
Little: Celery culture at Kalamazoo, 
2750 
Cement 

Alpena evening echo: Alpena, 74 
See also Peninsular Portland cement co. ; 
Portland cement 
Census, see Michigan. Census; Michigan. 

Statistics; U. S. Bureau of the census 
Centennial anniversary celebration at 

Grand Rapids, 624 
Centennial celebration of evacuation of 

Detroit, 625 
Centennial exhibition, sec Michigan. State 

board of centennial managers 
Central Michigan agricultural society 

Crapo: Address at sheep-shearing exhi- 
bition, 857 
List of premiums, 626 
Central Michigan sanatorium, see Michi- 
gan. State sanatorium for the treat- 
ment of tuberculosis 



CENTRAL MINE 

Gcol. sect., bv A-Iich. Geological survey,. 
7823 
Central railroad 

[Hurd: Proposition to lease Central rail- 
road], 2270 

Michigan. Board of internal improve- 
ment: Communication relative to 
labor, 3176 



: Communication [showing num- 
ber of tons and size of railroad iron 
purchased for], 3177 



Report relative to, 3190 



— — : Report specifying number of 
passengers carried free of charge, 3197 



-: Report in relation to, 3198 



Report in compliance with reso- 



lution of senate, 3201 



Report relative to damages for 



right of way, 3204 



: Report relative to amount ex- 
pended in building and construction 
to Jackson], 3210 



Report relative to number of 



passengers], 3211 



: Statement of indebtedness of 

internal improvement fund for and on 
account of], 3212 

Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on banks and incorporations: 
Minority report of committee to whom 
was referred bill to amend act to 
authorize sale of, 3995 
. . . Com- 



mittee on internal improvement: Re- 
port on propriety of leasing, 4093 
. . . Select 



committee: Report on sale of works- 
of internal improvement, 4344 
. . Senate. Com- 



mittee on internal improvement: Re- 
port in regard to leasing, 4526 



: Re- 
port of committee to whom was re- 
ferred proposition to lease, 4546 
Titus: Proposition to lease, 6548 
Van Buren co. Citizens: Proceedings of 
meeting at Paw Paw on extension or 
completion, 6735 
See also Michigan central railroad 

Cephalopoda 

Winchcll : Notice of rocks lying between 
carboniferous limestones of Lower 
Peninsula, 6982 
Ceremonies at dedication of Gilbert 
memorial, 627 



INDEX 



ISI 



CERESCO 

Xeilhani: Directory, 5533 
Chadsey, C. F. 

Aiiiliulo of education toward mouth 
hygiene in schools, 628 
Chamberlain, D. H. 

State judiciary, 62') 
[Chamberlain, L. H.] 

Mcninirs, ()3U 
Champion 

Holland: Gazetteer of Marquette co., 
comprising directory of Champion, 
21S4 
Champion mine 

Ma]), by Mich. Geological survey, 7824 
Champlin, C. 
Mss., 8171 

, J. W. 

Industrial prosperity, 631 
Michigan. Political science association: 
City government, 4792 
Chancery, sec Masters in chancery- ; Michi- 
gan. Chancerv court; Michigan. Courts 
Chandler, W. 

Historv of St. Mary's Falls ship canal, 
632-634 

,Z. 

Detroit post and tribune: Z. Chandler, 

1469 
Harris: Public life, 2062 
Mss., 8197 

Pierson: Doric pillar of Mich., 5738 
Smith: On occasion of acceptance of 

statue of, 6313 
U. S. 46th Cong., 2d sess. : Eulogies on, 
6638 

— . — . ., . : Memorial 

addresses on life and character, 6639 

— . — . 63d ., 1st . : Statue of Z. 

Chandler, 6650 
Chaney, H. A. 
Alien suffrage, 635 
Digest of decisions of Supreme court, 

636-639 
Digest of Michigan reports, 640 
Jacobs: Digest of decisions of Supreme 

court, 2375 
^lichigan. University. Class of 1869: 

U. of M. Class of sixty-nine, 5251 
Supreme court of Mich., 641 
Channing, £. 
Hart: Documents illustrating state land 
claims and cessions, 2063 

: Documents relating to territorial 

administration, 2064 
Story of Great Lakes, 642 

Chapel and Price 

Michigan. Dcpt. of state: Communi- 
cation in replv to resolution relative to 
settlement, 34'88 

Chapin, H. H. 

Adrian city directory, 643 

City directory of Ann Arbor, 644 

Mich, state gazetteer, 645 
, J. H. 

[Autographs], 8292 



CHAPMAN, C. C, & Co. 

History of Kent co., 2156 

Saginaw co., 2167 

Washtenaw co., 2174 

, Jcl* Jtl- 

Woolsev: Norway pine in lake states, 
7035' 
-,N. 



Heineman: Jewi.sh trader during Pon- 
tiac's siege, 2100 

-, S. 



Menominee iron range, 7831 
Sectional map of region around Lake 
Superior, 7400 

-, W. H. 



Peck: Memorial relative to state agri- 
cultural college, 5689 

brothers 



Portrait and biographical album of Barry 

and Eaton cos., 5825 
Branch 

CO., 5827 
Calhoun 

— Clinton 
and Shiawassee cos., 5829 

record of Genesee, 



CO., 5828 



Lapeer and Tuscola cos., 5830 
album of Gratiot 



CO., 5832 



CO., 5833 



and Livingston cos., 5834 



and Montcalm cos., 5835 



CO., 5836 



CO., 5831 
Hillsdale 

— Huron 

— Ingham 

— Ionia 

— Isabella 

— Jackson 
CO., 5837 

Kala- 
mazoo, Allegan and Van Buren cos., 
5838 

Lenawee 

— Mecosta 

— Midland 

— Newayco 

— Oakland 

— Osceola 

— St. Joseph 
— Sanilac 



CO., 5839 



CO., 5840 



CO., 5841 



[Newaygo] co., 5844 



CO., 5845 



CO., 5846 



CO., 5848 



CO., 5849 

Charitable institutions 

Kundig: Exposition of facts relating to, 
2580 



182 



INDEX 



CHARITIES, see Michigan. Board of state 
commissioners for the general supervision 
of charitable, penal, pauper and reforma- 
tory institutions; Michigan. Charities 
and corrections; Michigan. Commission 
on extent of mental defectiveness; Michi- 
gan. State board of corrections and 
charities ; names ' of cities for charitable 
organization 
Charity Islands 

Ruthven: Miscellaneous papers on 
zoology, 6057 
Charity organization society 

Report, 646 
Charlevoix, P. F. X. de 
Farmer: Mss., 8186 
Charlevoix county 

Map, by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7441 
Traverse region, 6580 
Charlevoix Harbor 

[Map of] Pine Lake including Charlevoix 

Harbor, by U. S. War dept., 7910 
Poe : Annual report upon improvement of 
certain rivers and harbors, 5752 
Charlevoix summer resort 

Plan, bv H. vS. Stebbins, 8031 
Charlotte 

Charter and ordinances, 647 
Community association 
By-laws, 648 
Charming Adrian, 649 
Charters 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report rela- 
tive to power of legislatures to amend, 
4116 

'■ . State library. Legislative 

reference dept.: Local, special and 
private legislation, 5065 
Chase, M. A., see Toms and Chase; Toms, 
Cargill and Chase 

-', O. M. 

Michigan. State board of fish commis- 
sioners: Minute upon death, 4882 
-, T. R. 



Michigan. Universit}': Mich, univer- 
sity book, 5202 
-, W. H. 



Sons of the American revolution. Dis- 
trict of Columbia society: Battle 
fields of Maumee valley, 6334 
Dr. Chase's steam printing house, 650 
Chattanooga, Battle of 

[Belknap]: Hist, of Michigan organiza- 
tions at, 337, 338 
Chattel mortgages 

Bahlke: Chattel mortgage, 172 
Chatterton, M. D. 
Probate law, 651 

Chautauqua, see National chautauqua asso- 
ciation 

Cheboygan 

Democrat: Cheboygan, 652 
Description 

Cheboygan Democrat : Cheboygan, 
652 



CHEBOYGAN— Continued 

Directory 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5763, 5765 
Cheboygan county 

Baker: County school manual and his- 
tory of school dists., 188 
Cheboygan realty co.: Land of oppor- 
tunity, 653 
Map, by H. C. Thompson, 7442 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5765 
Robinson: History, 5992 
Traverse region, 6580 
Ware: Centennial history, 6800 
Cheboygan Harbor 

Poe: Annual report upon improvement 
of certain rivers and harbors, 5752 
Cheboygan realty co. 

Land of opportunity, 653 
Checks 

Bates: Negotiable instruments law, 239 
Cheese 

Baker: Sickness in Mich., caused by 

poisonous cheese, 197 
Marshall: Grassy curd, 2898 
Michels: Cheese problems, 2969 
Cheeseborough, Mrs. A. T. 
Index book, 8293 
Journal, 8294 
Ledger, 8295 
Cheever, N. W. 

Corporation form book, 654 

Law and practice of probate courts, 655- 

657 
Pleasant walks and drives about Ann 

Arbor, 658 
Stories and amusing incidents in earlv 
hist, of U. of M., 659 
Chelsea 

Pray: Washtenaw co. directory, 5866 
Wendell directory co.: Washtenaw co. 
directory, 6861 
Chemistry 

Detroit. Public library: Chemistry, 
selected list of books, 1299 
Cheney, S. 

Art theatre, 660 
Chesaning, see Quadrangle maps 
Chesbrough, E. S. 

Sketch of plans and progress of Detroit 
River tunnel, 661 
Chester, G. M. 

Martha Washington tea party, 662 

Chew, J. 

Miscellaneous mss., 8172 

,S. 

Mason: Mss., 8127 

Chicago 

Chicago and Aurora railroad 

Joy: Mss., 8136 
Chicago and Michigan grand trunk rail- 
road CO. 
Bancroft: Railway outlet to seaboard, 

214 
Emmons: Mss., 8041 
Chicago and Michigan lake shore railroad 
Joy: Mss., 8136, 8138 



INDEX 



183 



CHICAGO— Continued 

Chicago and northwestern railway co. 
Indian, The, the Northwest, 663 
Joy: Mss., 8136 
Lakes and resorts, 664 
Only seven hours ride from Chicago to 

Menominee co., 665 
Summer holiday, 666 
Chicago and west Michigan railway co. 

Tours, 667, 668 
Chicago, Burlington and Quincv railroad 

Joy: Mss., 8136, 8138 
Chicago, CHnton, Dubuque and Minne- 
sota railroad 
Jov: Mss., 8136, 8138 
Pire,'l871 

Michigan. Lumbermen: Facts and 
figures against passage of Chicago 
relief bill, 4768 
History, see Xortliwest 
Illinois national half-ccnturj'^ exposition, 
1915 
Michigan. Freedmen's progress com- 
mission: Mich, manual, 3550 
World's Columbian exposition 

Michigan. State board of health: 
Relative to board of health exhibit, 
4920 

Chickamauga, Battle of 

[Belknapj: Hist, of Michigan organiza- 
tions at, 337, 338 

Chickamauga U. S. Military park 

Ranney: Address delivered at dedication 
of regimental monument, 5918 

Children 

Ann Arbor public librar>': Classified list 
of books for younger readers, 135 

Courtis: Manual for giving and scoring 
tests in three R's, 842 

Detroit. Children's free hospital asso- 
ciation: Annual report, 1085 

. Public library: Children's books, 

1300 



CHILDREN -Continued 



: Children's cata- 
log, 1301 

Society for the prevention of 



cruelty to children: Annual report, 
1346 

Lapeer training school for teachers: Sum- 
mer school for teachers of backward and 
mentally defective, 2680 

Michigan. Dept. of labor: Sections of 
act relating to employment of females 
and minors, 3352 

. Dept. of public instruction 

Law on labor permits, 3399 



Michigan manual, 3410 



Preferred list of books, 3416-3418 



Selected list of children's books, 3432 



Supplementary' ca talog of preferred list 
of books, 3449 

Laws, statutes, etc. : Laws re- 



lating to juvenile courts, child caring 
and placing agencies, 3849 

Laws re- 



lating to juvenile courts, 3893 



lating to juveniles, 3894 



Laws re- 

-. : Act cre- 
ating Dept. of labor, 3896 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report of 
committee to whom was referred peti- 
tions in relation to selling lands by 
minors, 4130 

. State library: First selection 

of 500 books, 5037 

. : Preferred list 

of pictures for children and young 
people, 5045 

. : Legislative ref- 
erence dept.: Laws relating to mini- 
mum wage, 5057 

State normal college. Library: 



Public school libraries, 5083 

State public school: 



Laws 
relating to establishment and govern- 
ment, and other laws relating to chil- 
dren, 5103 
Power: Selected list of children's books 

for school libraries, 5860 
Randall: L'dtat et I'enfant, 5914 

: Protection de I'enfance, 5915 

Van Leuven Browne national magazine, 

6747 
See also Detroit. Protective agency for 
w^omen and children; Michigan. State 
public school 

Childs, B. F. 

Marquette, Mackinac Island ajid the 
"Soo", 669 

Chilson, McKinley & co. 

Lansin.^ city dircctun,', 2674 

Chilton, J. R. 

Lake Superior iron, 670 
, W. E. 

State claims Northwest Territory, 671 

Chipman, H. 

Petition, 672 

, J. L. 

Democratic association of Detroit: Cele- 
bration of anniversary of Battle of New 
Orleans; speech by, 945 

U. S. 53d Cong., 1st sess. : Memorial ad- 
dresses on life and character, 6644 

U. S. ., . : 

, 6645 



Suggestions for manxial training, 3444 



Chippewa county 

Map, by H. C. Thompson, 7442 
Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on elections: Report relative 
to contested seat, 4039 



184 



INDEX 



CHIPPEWA COUNTY— Continued 

. • — . . Select 

committee: Report on contested seat, 
4300 
Chippewa Indians 

Jones: History of Ojebway Indians, 2424 
Keating: Travels in interior of North 

America, 2466 
Kohl: Kitchi-gami, 2575 
Long: Voyages and travels of Indian 

interpreter and trader, 2759 
McKenney: Sketches of tour to lakes, 

2835 
Memorial in favor of Maine law, 673 
Miscellaneous mss., 8126 
Schoolcraft: Narrative of expedition 
through upper Mississippi to Itasca 
Lake, 6174 
: Summary- narrative of ex- 
pedition to sources of Mississippi, 6182 
See also Indians 
Chittenden, A. K. 

Christmas tree plantations, 674 
Cholera 

Michigan. State board of health: Pre- 
vention and restriction, 4905, 4906 
See also Hogs 
Christian Reformed church 

Michigan Christian teachers' institute: 
Six lectures, 5384 
Christian temperance union, see Woman's 
Christian temperance union of Michigan 
Christiancy, I. P. 

Graves: I. P. Christiancy, 1975 
Speech at Monroe, 675 
Christmas 

Pattengill: Special day exercises, 5672 
Chronicle, 676 
Church and state 

McCracken: vSunday laws, 2818 
Church work in Michigan 

Hastings: Mss., 8131 
Churches, see name of denomination; name 

of church 
Cicotte, E. V. 

Reminiscences, 8296 

Cilley, J. 

Parish: G. W. Jones, 5637 

Cimmerer, J. A. 

Saginaw. Board of trade: Fiftieth year, 
6071 
Circuit court commissioners, see Michigan. 
Circuit court commissioners 

Circuit courts 

Brown: Mich, circuit court reporter, 459 

: Mich, nisi prius reports, 460 

See also Courts; Michigan. Circuit 

courts; Michigan. Supreme court; 

U. S. Circuit court; U. S. Circuit and 

district courts 

Circuit judges 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report rela- 
tive to pay of, 4552, 4553 

Citator, 677 



CITIES 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Incor- 
poration of cities, 3837, 3838 

Powell : Historic towns of western states, 
5858 

Smith: Influence of sewerage and water- 
supply on death-rate, 6295 

See also Michigan. Cities; Municipal 
government ; IMunicipal indebtedness 
Citizens telephone co. 

Grand Rapids exchange directory, 678 
Citizenship 

Detroit: Public librarj^: Useful books, 
1329 

See also Americanization; Foreigners 
City of Ann Arbor, 679 

• Grand Rapids, 680 

Saginaw, 681 

vSt. Ignace, 682 

Toledo (steamer) 

Ledger, 8297 
Civic affairs, 683 
Civic club of Grand Rapids 

Annual report, 684 

Constitution, 685 

Report on sheriff's office, 686 
Civic news, 687 

Civil procedure 

Cummins: New Mich, judicature act, 
880 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Judica- 
ture act, 3892 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report on 
resolution respecting amendment to 
act to regulate and define powers of 
justices of peace and constables, 4129 

Whitehouse: Mich, judicature act of 
1915, 6900 

Civil war 

Alger: Eulogy on Gen. Sheridan, 42 

Augustus Caesar Baldwin, 161 

Barnes: Speech on state of union, 230 

Barrett: Reminiscences of 4th Mich, in- 
fantry, 231 

[Belknap]: History of Mich, organiza- 
tions at Chickamauga, Chattanooga 
and Missionary Ridge, 337, 338 

Bennett: Historical sketches of Ninth 
Mich, infantry, 343 

Berry: Thirteenth reunion, 16th Mich, 
infantry, 353 

Brown: Michigan's brigade, 466 

Bugle blast, 484 

[Bumphrey]: Society of Mich., N. Y. 
veterans, 490 

Clowes: Detroit light guard, 712 

Crotty : Four years campaigning in army 
of Potomac, 867 

Cummings: Great war relic, 878, 879 

Curtis: History of Twenty-fourth Mich., 
884 

Cutcheon: Story of Twentieth Mich, 
infantry, 896 

Detroit tribune: Veteran soldiers' and 
sailors' handbook, 1492 



LNTDEX 



185 



CIVa WAR— Continued 

Dodge: R. H. HcMidershot, 1533 
Duffield: Our soldier dead, 1558 
Duniont: Official report of Battle of 

Lebanon, Tenn., 8379 
[Durant]: Histor^• of Oakland co., 1563 
Fowler: Autobiographical sketch, 1740 
Granger: Progress of radicalism, 1973 
Gunn: Memorial sketches of Dr. M. 

Gunn, 2000 
Harper's and St. Mar\''s hospitals: Mss., 

8155 
Harris: Mich, cavalr}^ at Gettysburg, 
2058 

: Personal reminiscences, 2059 

: Stories, 2060 

: Story of rebellion, 2061 

: Public life of Z. Chandler, 2062 

{HewesJ: Hist, of formation, movements, 

[etc.] of Tenth Mich. infantr>% 2109 
Howard: Mss., 8044 
Howard and Welch: Mss., 8142 
Isham: Historical sketch of 7th regt. 
Mich, volunteer cavalry, 2345 

: History of Detroit light guard, 

2347 
Kidd: Mich, cavalry brigade in wilder- 
ness, 2527 
: Personal recollections of cavalry- 
man, 2528 
[Lane]: Soldiers' diary, 2611 
Lanman: Red book of Mich., 2617 
Lee: Personal and historical sketches 
of 7th regt., Mich, cavalry, 2710 

■[Lester]: Semi-centennial roster of 9th 
Mich, infantry, 2721 

List of volunteers from county of Waj^ne, 
2749 

Longyear: Memorial for re-establish- 
ment of military state agency, 2765 

Lossing: [Papers representing material 
used in histor>'], 8445 

Lyster: Recollections of Bull Run cam- 
paign, 2790 

Michigan. Adjutant general's office: Flags, 
2974 

. : Mich. 

in the war, 2975 

. : Rec- 
ord of service of Mich, volunteers, 2976 

Rec- 



ord of service. Index, 2977 



ord, 3rd Mich, cavalry, 2978 



port, 2979 



Rec- 
Re- 



Attomey general's office: 
Communication on bill to enable elec- 
tors in military service to vote, 3047 

Auditor general's office: Er- 



roneous bounties, 3122 
. Commissioner of the Gettys- 
burg cemetery: Report, 3269 

Dept. of state: Act authoriz- 



CIVIL WAR— Continued 
. Gettysburg battle field com- 
mission: Mich, at Gettysburg, 3583 
. Governor: Communication 



transmitting statement of arms and 
military equipment of state, 3674 

Industrial school for boys: 



Communication in answer to inquiries 
[relative to number enlisted in military 
ser\'ice], 3817 

Infantry. 11th regiment: 



Proceedings of annual reunion, 3818 
. . 26th regiment: 



Fourth annual reunion, 3819 

Infantry association: Roster 



of 17th regiment, 3820 

Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on the revision of the constitu- 
tion: Report relative to disfranchising 
deserters from military sers-^ice, 4013 

-. Commit- 



tee on elections: Report relative to 
bill to enable qualified electors in 
military' ser\'ice to vote, 4050 



: Minority report on 

subject of allowing disqualified electors 
in military service to vote, 4051 

-. Commit- 



tee on the state prison : Report relative 
to employing convict labor in manufac- 
ture of fire arms, 4215 

Commit- 



tee on the reform school : Report rela- 
tive to using labor of reform school for 
manufacture of fire-arms, 4222 

-. Commit- 



tee on war bounties: Report in obedi- 
ence to resolution, 4248 



: Report relative 

to bill to authorize townships to raise 
money for war bounties, 4249 

Commit- 



tee on ways and means: Report rela- 
tive to providing military fund in aid 
of volunteer militia, 4270 



: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred petitions 
relative to pay of bounties to volun- 
teers. 4286 



: Report rela- 
tive to condition of war loan bounty 
fund, 4288 

. . . Select 

committee: Report on soldiers' suf- 
frage, 4354 



ing Mich, soldiers to vote, 3466 



. . Select committee 

of senate and committee on ways and 
means of the house: Report in relation 
to legalization of action of towns and 
counties in raising bounties for volun- 
teers, 4417 



186 



INDEX 



CIVIL WAR— Continued 

. . Senate. Com- 
mittee on federal relations: Report 
relative to armory in Northwest, 4462 



CIVIL WAR— Continued 



— : Report 

relative to exchange of prisoners, 4464 



Report of 



committee to whom was referred por- 
tions of governor's messages relating 
to state of union, 4466 



Report of 



committee to whom was referred reso- 
lutions on state of union, 4467 
. . . Commit- 



tee on finance: Report relative to con- 
dition of war fund, 4491 

Commit- 



tee on the judiciary: Report relative 
to constitutionality of law to enable 
electors in military service to vote, and 
vote outside of state, 4573, 4574 

-. Commit- 



tee on the state prison: Report rela- 
tive to employing portion of convict 
labor in manufacture of fire arms, 4616 

Commit- 



tee on privileges and elections: Report 
in reference to bill to enable qualified 
electors in military service to vote, 4631 

Select 



committee: Report of committee to 
whom it was referred to ascertain what 
legislation is needed in regard to rais- 
ing bounties for volunteers, 4735 



: Report of committee on 

soldiers' suffrage, 4745 

Special 



committee: Report of committee to 
inquire into military expenditures of 
state during last year, 4756 



: Report of committee to 

whom was referred resolutions of 
general assembly of Virginia, 4760 

Select joint com- 



mittee: Report of minority of com- 
mittee on soldiers' suffrage, 4761 

vSoldiers' relief association: 



Report, 4843 
Military order of the loyal legion of the 
U. S. Michigan commandery: By-laws, 
5436 



lar[s], 5437 



-: Circu- 



-: In me- 



moriam, O. F. Heyerman, 5438 



of members, 5439 



Register 



— . — . : Supple- 
mentary proceedings of regular monthly 
meeting, 5440 



War 



papers, 5441 
Mizner: Mss., 8492 
Norton: Strong Vincent and his brigade 

at Gettysburg, 5572 
O'Brien: Forgotten heroines, 5580 
Owen: First Michigan infantry, 5620 
Palmer: Mss., 8200 

: "To the soldier dead", 5633 

Ranney: Address at dedication of regi- 
mental monument in Chickamauga 
U. S. Military park, 5918 
: Reminiscences of an army sur- 
geon, 5923 
Rice: Diary of 19th Mich, infantrv, 5967 
Roster of 20th Mich, infantry, 6034 
Smithe: Glimpses of places and people 

and things, 6320 
Tappan: Message to law congress of U. 

of M., 6501 
Thatcher: Hundred battles in West, 6516 
Tivy: Souvenir of 7th, 6549 
Travis: Story of 25th Mich., 6581 
Trowbridge: Mich, troops in Battle of 

Gettysburg, 6592 
Union league of America. Michigan. 
Grand council: Abstract of proceed- 
ings, 6614 



: Proceedings, 6615 

Veteran publishing co. : The veteran^ 

6761 
Wells : ' ' With touch of elbow, "6859 
Williams: Alichigan first regiment, 6954 
Withington: First call of civil war, 7000 
: Michigan in opening of 

war, 7001 
Woman's relief corps. Dept. of Michigan: 

Journal of annual convention, 7011 



Roll of members, 7012 



Corps no. 7: Roster of members, 7013- 
See also Grand Army of the republic; 
Michigan. Adjutant general's office; 
Michigan. History; Michigan. Quar- 
termaster general's office; Soldiers; 
U. S. General hospitals; Woman's re- 
lief corps 
Clapperton, G. W. 

Address; taxation in constitution, 688 

Clare county 

Map of Gladwin and Clare co. lands, 7854 

Clark, A. A. 

Decoration day at Flushing, 689 
Discussion of sewerage and drainage of 

L<udington, 690 
Obituary notice, 5578 
vSewerage and drainage of Battle Creek, 

691 



I 



INDEX 



187 



CLARK, C. F. 

Detroit citv directory, 1421 

, F. N. ' 

Discid vantage of planting small fish, 692 
Report on distribution of fish and eggs 
from Northville and Alpena stations, 
693 
,F. C. 



State railroad commissions, 694 
G. R. 



English: Conquest of Northwest, 1602 

G. R. Clark papers, 695 

Col. Clark's sketch of his campaign in 
Illinois, 696 

Hulbert: Militar>' roads in Mississippi 
basin, 2259 

Martindale: Loughery's defeat, 2913 

Schuyler: Transition in Illinois from 
British to American govt., 6187 

Thwaites: How G. R. Clark won North- 
west, 6535 
G. T. 



Map of Flint, 7704 
-,J. 



Account with A. Earl, 8298 
Mss., 8187 
-, J. T. 



Communication on Sault Ste. Marie 
canal, 697 

,J.F. 

Michigan. Forestry commission: 

forestn,', 3547 
Woodlot forestry, 698 

-, L. T. 



Mich. 



Suggestions concerning legume innocu- 

lation, 699 
. N. W. 



Pisciculture, 700 

— . o- 

Seymour: Memorial in relation to bill 
to keep up dam on Flint River, 6205 

R. W. 



New Englancl in Northwest, 701 
[Trowbridge]: Tributes to his memory, 
6590 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Special 
committee: Rejwrt of committee to 
whom was referred petition asking in- 
vestigation of acts of A. N. Hart, 4365 

, W. W. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on internal improvement: Re- 
port [relative to bill for relief], 4527 

Clark's, Misses, young ladies' seminarj' 
Prospectus, 702 
Report and catalogue, 703 

Clark mineral springs, 704 

Clarke, H. K. 

Detroit. Westminister Presbyterian 

church: Twenty-fifth anniversary, 

1361 
See also Lockwood and Clarke 



CLARKE, J. F. , 

Campbell: Revolutionary services and 
civil life of Gen. W. Hull, together with 
historv bv, 572 
William Hull, 705 

, J. H. 

Memoirs of asylum life, 706 
-, R. E. 



Notes from copper region, 707 
-, S. C. 



W. Hull, 708 
Clarke family genealogy 

DeiHiil tril)une: [Scrap-book], 1491 
Clarksville 

I'.)Ik&-co.: DirectorN', 5772 
Classified business directory of Grand 

Rapids, 709 
Classical conference, sec Michigan. Classi- 
cal conference 
Classical literature 

Michigan. Schoolmasters' club: List 
of books recommended for high school 
classical library, 4837, 4838 
Clavers, Mrs. M., see Kirkland, Mrs. C. M. 
Clay 

Rics: Clays and shales of Mich., 5980 

Clayton, E. B. 

Town of Huron, at foot of Lake Huron, 
6561 
, J. M. 

Lyon: To Hon. J. M. Clayton, 2782 

Clearing of land 

McDowell: Farming on cut-over lands, 

282S 

Clemenc, A. 

Cochran : Heroine not in socictv columns, 
719 

Clements, J. M. 

Crystal Falls iron-bearing dist., 710 

' s- 

Itinerant ministry, 711 

Cleveland, A. J. 

Birds eye view of Hancock, 7726 

Cleveland 

Blanchard: Discovery and conquests of 

Northwest, 386 
Burton : Chapter in history of Cleveland, 

515 

Climate 

Baker: Climate and health, 193 

Climax 

Ncdham: Directory, 5533 

Climax insurance co. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on insurance: Report, 4091 

Clinton and Kalamazoo canal 

Michigan. Board of internal improve- 
ment: Report concerning number of 
engineers, 3187 



■: Report, 3191 



-: Report in compliance with reso- 



lution of senate, 3201 



188 



INDEX 



CLINTON AND KALAMAZOO CANAL- 
Continued 

[ 



]: Report on Cedar and Grand 

River branch, 3209 

Governor: Special message 



[transmitting petition of contractors], 
3611 

Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on federal relations: Report 
relative to construction, 4060 

Com- 



inittee on internal improvement: Re- 
port upon petition of W. Bronson, con- 
tractor, 4092 



-]: Re- 



port [supplementary to report on so 
much of governor's message as relates 
to internal improvement], 4094 



: Re- 
port of committee to whom was re- 
ferred petition for constructing, 4095 

Select 



committee: Report upon expediency 
of completing part of, 4301 

Senate. Com- 



mittee on claims: Report relative to 
petition of contractors, 4451 

Select 



committee: Report upon expediency 
of completing part of, 4704 

Clinton county 

Avery: Overflowed lands on Maple 
River, 165 

Daboll: Past and present, 905 

History, 2171 

Lake: Atlas, 7443 

Leach: Ancient mounds, 2699 

Map, by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7444 

, by Geil & Harley, 7446 

of Lansing and adjoining towns em- 
bracing portions of, by Macy & Driggs, 
7736 

Ogle & CO. : Standard atlas, 7445 
Portrait and biographical album, 5829 
Clinton River 

Detroit. Ste. Anne's church. Exterior 
parishes: Registre, 8330 

Michigan. Board of internal improve- 
ment: Report in relation to improve- 
ment, 3202 

. Legislature: Memorial and 

resolutions relative to improvement, 
3959 

. . House. [Com- 
mittee on internal improvement]: Re- 
port [supplementary to report on so 
much of governor's message as relates 
to internal improvement], 4094 

Plat, 7960 

Poe: Annual report upon improvement 
of certain rivers and harbors, 5752 



CLINTON SALT WORKS Co. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on banks and incorporations i 
Report of committee to whom was re- . 
ferred bill to incorporate, 3988 
Clio 

Polk Sz CO.: Directory, 5768 
Clothing business 

Elliott: Journal, 8385 

: Letter books, 8386 

Cloths 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on manufactures: Report of 
committee to whom was referred reso- 
lution inquiring into expediency of en- 
couraging manufacture of linen, cotton 
and woolen cloths, 4177 
Clover 

Beal: Observations on leaves of, 307 
• —  — : Study of seeds of timothy and red 

clover, 315 
Crozier: Crimson clover, 872 
Michigan. Agricultural college. Experi- 
ment station: Alsike clover, 3013 



 — — : Doubtful substitutes 

for clover, 3016 
vShoesmith: Sweet clover, 6240 
Wheeler: Insects of clover field, 6885 
Clowes, W. F, 

Detroit light guard, 712 

Club register co. 

Annual directory of women's clubs, 713 

Clubb, H. S. 

Michigan. Constitutional convention: 
Journal of Constitutional commission, 
3322 

Michigan legislative excursion, 714 

Spring Lake, 715 

Clubs 

Lindemann: Twelve projects for Mich. 

clubs, 2747 
Michigan. State Library: Outline of 

study for use of clubs, 5044 
. : Study clubs, 

5049 
See also Women. Clubs 

Clute, O. 

Dr. T. C. Abbot, 716 

Education at M. A. C, 717 

Michigan. Agricultural college: Bread, 

brawn, brain, 2987 
Spurry [and] flat pea, 718 

Coal 

Lane: Coal, 2597 

Michigan. Geological surve}'^: Coal in 

lower Mich., 3561 
Schaefer: Coal fields of Saginaw, 6152 

Coal mines and mining 

Cooper: Geological report on Bay co., 
831 

Lane: Northern interior coal field, 2606 

Michigan. Dept. of labor: Annual re- 
port, 3353 

See also Mines and mineral resources 



INLJLJX 



189 



COAST PILOT 

Sc'iit: .\(.\v coast pilot for lakes, 6189 
Coates, J. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on elections: Report in relation 
to ciualifications to seat, 4040 
Cobb, F. J. 

St)ciety of colonial wars. Michigan: 
Ili'^tOrical paper, C)v^24 
Cochran, N. D. 

Heroine whose name is not found in 
society column. Annie Clemenc, 719 
Cochran's commercial institute 

Circular, 720 
Cocker, B. F. 

Winchell: Memorial discourse on life 
and ser\'ices, 6977 

, W. J. 

Civil govt, of Mich., 721-725 
Cockran, J. L. 

Marquette. Charters: Charter, 2883 
Codd, G. P. 

Detroit. Mayor: Message, 1225 
Codling-moth 

Pettit: Codling-moth, 5717 
Coe, G. A. 

^iichigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on privileges and elections: Re- 
port of committee to whom was re- 
ferred memorial of G. A. Coe who 
claims to have been elected senator, 
4627 
Coflfin, L. 

Reminiscences, 726 
Coffinberry, S. C. 

Democratic association of Detroit: Cele- 
bration of anniversary of Battle of 
New Orleans; speech by, 945 

, W. L. 

Ellsworth's addition to Grand Rapids, 
7724 
Colbert, R. J. 

Ruthven: Miscellaneous papers on 
zoology, 6057 
Colby, C. G. 
Michigan, 7237 

Col. Clayton's lake tour, 727 
Coldwater 

Alden: State public school, 40 
Board of health 

Annual report, 728 
Board of public works 

First annual report, 729 
Charter and ordinances, 730 
Coldwater, Marshall & Mackinac rail- 
road CO. 

Statement, 735 
[Coldwater Republican?) 

Agricultural college, 736 
Directory 

Coldwater, Mich.; pictorial city di- 
rectory, 734 
Free public librar\- 

Catalogue, 731, 732 
Ladies' library association 

Catalogue, 733 



COLDWATER -Continued 
Lewis art gallery 

Catalogue, 2733 
Map 

City of Coldwater, by Willits & Waters, 
7614 
Methodist Episcopal church 

Robinson: Centenary sermon. Propa- 
gandism of Christii,nity as exem- 
plified in planting and growth of 
Methodism in U. S., Michigan and 
Coldwater, 5993 
State public school, see Michigan. State 
public school 
Cole, E. J. 

Grand Rapids flora, 737 

, J. H. 

Michigan. Governor: Official manual 
and directory, 3746, 3747 

, L. J. 

Delta of St. Clair River, 738 
Cole and Demar 

[Birds eye view of] Grand Rapids, 7713 
Cole & Keating's Ann Arljor director^', 739 
Coleman, H. 

Pontiac daily press, 740 
Coles, E. 

History of Ordinance of 1787, 741 
Collar & Greiner 

City of Grand Rapids, 7712 
Collector of customs, see Customs 
Colleges 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on education: Report relative 
to appropriation of swamp lands in aid 
of, 4460 

. State teachers' association: 

Memorial asking portion of j^roceeds 
from swamp lands, 5111 
See also names of colleges 
Collin, H. P. 

Twentieth century history of Branch 
countv, 742 
Collins, J. B. 

Through Burrough's plant, 743 

, W. H. 

Sermon at burial of Mrs. C. Jaquith, 744 
Collins iron co. 

Trowbridge: Mss., 8204 
[Colonial clul) of Grand Rapids], 745 
Colonial dames, see National society of the 

colonial dames of America 
Colonial governors, see Order of the de- 
scendants of colonial governors. Michi- 
gan 
Colonial wars, see Society of colonial wars 
Colored j>eople of Detroit, 746 

See also Detroit. Negroes; Negroes 

Colt, F. 

Payment of taxes under protest, 747 

Colton, C. 

Tour (>( American lakes, 748 
, G. W. & C. B., & CO. 

Colton's sectional map [of Michigan], 7266 

Guide map of Mich., 7269 

Lake Superior and Upper Peninsula, 7921 



190 



INDEX 



COLTON.G. W. & C. B., & Co.— Continued 

Map of land grant of Grand Rapids & 

Indiana railroad co., 7856 
Map showing route of Mich, airline rail- 
road, 8009 
Map showing Toledo & Saginaw Bay 

railroad and its connections, 8021 
Michigan, 7291 
Railroad and express map of northwestern 

states 7373 
Township map of Mich., 7281, 7284 

, J. H. 

County and township map of 111., Wis., 
Minn., Iowa and Mo., with parts of 
Ind., Mich., Kans. and Neb., 7252 
Map of Michigan, 7242 
Michigan, 7225 
Michigan and Wisconsin, 7248, 7250, 

7253 
Railroad and township map of western 

states, 7221 
Traveler and tourist's guide, 752-754 
Western tourist, 749-751 
Columbia, City of 

Wadsworth: Mss. for map of, 8177 
[Columbus, pseud] 

Cautionary hints to Congress, 755 
Comey, A. C. 

Detroit suburban planning, 756 
Comfort, T. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report upon 
petition of, 4662 
Commerce 

Bay City. Chamber of commerce: An- 
nual review, 268 
Beals: Commercial, industrial and trans- 
portation interests of Detroit, 320 
Blowe: Geographical, commercial and 

agricultural view of U. S., 393 
Commerce, manufacturing and resources 

of Detroit, 757 
Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report on 
project to levy unequal tolls on com- 
merce through Oswego canal, 4688 
Mills: Our inland seas, 5453 
See also Michigan. Statistics 
Commercial credit co. 

Tax list of Grand Rapids, 758 
Commercial education 

Michigan. Political science association: 
Convention of educators and business 
men, 4793 
Commercial feeding stuffs 

Patten: Commercial feeding stuflfs, 5662 
Robison: Analyses, 5996 
Commercial law, see Business law 
Commission, see Michigan. Historical 
commission 

Commissioner of deeds 

[Michigan. Governor]: Instructions to 
applicants for appointment, 3772 
Committee for immigrants in America 

National Americanization committee: 
Americanizing a city, 5522 



COMMON SCHOOLS, see Primary schools; 

Schools 

Commonwealth power co. 

Woodruff: Water power bill, 7034 
Compass 

Brooks: On use of magnetic needle, 452 
Compendium of history and biography of 

Detroit and Wayne co., 759 
Compiled laws, see Michigan. Laws, 

statutes, etc. 
Complete street railway directory of De- 
troit, 760 
Compulsory education 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Law governing compulsory education, 
3397 
Comstock, C. B. 

U. S. Lake survey: Annual report upon 
survey of northern and northwestern 
lakes, 6673 

, H. H. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on banks and incorporations: 
Report of committee to whom was re- 
ferred petition for charter of bank at 
Otsego, Allegan co., 4446 

Conant, H. A. 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Digest of laws 
pertaining to duties of secretary of 
state, 3498 

. . : Supplement 

of Green's treatise on townships, 3527 
Conclusive reasons why grounds of Mich, 
national guard should be at Holland- 
Grand Rapids site, 761 

Concrete 

Godfrey: Detroit River tunnel, 1820 

Condensed information for Christian en- 
deavor convention, 762 

Conder, T. 

North America agreeable to most ap- 
proved maps and charts, 7111 

Conduct of life 

Walker: Opening lecture before Y. M. 
C. A. of Detroit, 6789 

Conely, E. F. 

Argument on elevated railroad, 763 

, J. D. 

Mss., 8122, 8123 

Conger, J. L. 

Report on public archives of Mich., 764 

[ , N. B.] 

Report of director of Weather service 
dept., 765, 766 
-, O. D. 



Harbor and river appropriations, 767 

[ , T.] 

To delegates of Democratic state con- 
vention, 768 
Congregationalists 
Ann Arbor 

Congregational church. Ladies' aid 
society 
Cook book, 117 



INDEX 



191 



CONGREGATIONALISTS— ConUnued 

First Conjj relational church 

Confession of faith, 121 

Manual, 122 

Officers and members, 123 

Report of church and society, 126 

Roll of members, 124 

Souvenir, 125 
Barber: Vermontville colony, 217 
Congregational churches of Mich., 769 
Cutcheon: Fifty years growth, 894 

Detroit 

Churches 

History and directory of churches of 
Detroit, 2141 

Our churches, Detroit, 5019 

See also name of cliurch under 
Detroit 
First Congregational church 

Books in library-, 1143 

Byzantine art, 1144 

Fiftieth anniversar>-, 1145 

First Congregational church and 
society, 1 146 

Profession of faith, 1147, 1148 

Quarter centennial, 1149 
First Congregational Unitarian society 

Catalogue of Sunday school books, 
1150 
Woodward Avenue Congregational 
church 

Our church, 1370 

Woodward Ave. Cong, church man- 
ual, 1371 

East Saginaw 

First Congregational church and society 
Manual, 1567 
Grand Rapids 
Churches 

Moerdyk: History, 5465 
Congregational church 

Grand Rapids receipt book, 1896 
Manual, 1897 
Park Congregational church 

Immen: Stor^-- of Park Congrega- 
tional church, 2280 
Lansing 

Plymouth church 
'Manual, 2658 

Prudden: Sermon at dedication, 
5889 

: Twenty years history, 

5890 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Digest 
of general statutes on religious corpora- 
tions, 3848 

Michigan. Congregational association 
Minutes, 3295 

Western Michigan Congregational club 
Constitution and by-laws, 6871 

See also Biographical sketches; Biog- 
raphies; Missions and missionaries; 
Olivet college; name of institution, 
local church or organization 



CONGRESS 

Micliigan. Legislature. House. Select 
committee: Report on obtaining just 
rtprcsentation of state, 4302 
Congressional districts 

Michij;an. Legislature. House. Select 
committee: Alinority report in relation 
to dividing state into, 4303 

. . Senate. 

Report of committee to 



whom was referred part of governor's 
message which relates to formation of 
districts, 4705 
[Conkling, E.J 

I-lxposition of Mackinaw City, 770, 771 
Connolly, J. 

Burton: John Connolly, 527 
Connor, L. 

Camera notes on Muskegon and Mil- 
waukee, 8299 
Historical sketch of deceased founders of 

Detroit academy of medicine, 772 
Mich, medical society, 773 
Conover, J. S. 

Compiled law of Grand lodge of F. & A. 

Masons, 774 
Freemasonry^ in Alich., 775 
Freemasons. Michigan. Grand Lodge: 
Ceremonies, 1762 



Monitor, 1763 
-,M. 



Detroit. Publiclibrary: Children's cata- 
log, 1301 

Conservation of natural resources 

Micliigan. Public (l(jmain commission: 
Joint conference of those interested in 
conservation and development of 
natural resources, 4809 

Conspiracy case, sec Great railroad con- 
spiracy case 

Constables 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report on 
resolution respecting amendment to act 
to regulate and define powers, 4129 
Sessions: Manual, 6201 
Constantine 
School l)oard 

Year-book, 776 
Union school 
Catalogue, 777 

Constitution, see Michigan. Constitution 

Constitutional conventions, see Michigan. 
Constitutional convention; Michigan 
(Ter.) Constitutional convention 

Contagion and contagious diseases, see 
Michigan. State board of health 

Contested elections 

Beakes: Contested election, 293 
Beaman: Michigan contested election. 

321 
Hodge: Memorial claiming seat in 
house, 2178 



192 



INDEX 



CONTESTED ELECTIONS— Continued 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Select 
committee: Report on contested seat 
for Chippewa co., 4300 



-: Reports relative to Bayley 



vs. McDonald, 4307 

. . . Special 

committee: Majority and minority 
reports of committee to whom was re- 
ferred petition of S. L. Bignall to be 
admitted to seat, 4364 



: Majority report on seats 

from Wayne co., 4382 

Senate. Committee 



on privileges and elections: Report of 
committee to whom was referred me- 
morial of G. A. Coe who claims to have 
been elected senator, 4627 



Report of 



committee to whom was referred peti- 
tion of B. F. Graves tJiat E. Hussey be 
excluded from seat in senate, 4628 



Report in 



contested case of Tyler vs. Pond, 4632, 
4633 

Select 



committee: Report on contested elec- 
tion in 5th senatorial district, 4716 

Trowbridge: Mich, contested election, 
6595 

Tyler: Petition contesting seat of E. B. 
Pond for 7th district, 6612 

IT. S. Congress. House. Committee of 
elections: Mich, election, 6651 

See also Michigan. Legislature. House. 
Committee on elections 

Contingent fund 

Michigan. Governor: Special message 
in relation to manner in which fund has 
been expended, 3624 

Contracts 

Beecher: Law of contracts, 329 
[Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad co.]: 
Legislation conferring land grant, 1939 

Contributions to medical research, 778 
Controversy between S. A. M'Coskry and 
A. M'Farren, 779 

Conveyancing 

Axford: Michigan law, 166 
Burton: Laws of Mich., 529 

Convict labor 

[Barnes]: Prisons self supporting, 229 
Lathrop: [Memorial relative to contract 

for], 2688 
Michigan. Board of prison industries: 

Report, 3215 
. Joint prison and affiliated 

boards: Proposed prison legislation, 

3827 
[ . Legislature]: Shall convicts 

be imported, 3966 



CONVICT LABOR— Continued 

 . . House. Commit- 
tee on the state prison: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred annual re- 
port of inspectors of state prison, 4211 



• : Report of com- 
mittee [to whom was referred memorial 
of mechanics of Jackson], 4214 



to employing convict 
facture of fire arms, 4215 
. • . Senate 



Report relative 
labor in manu- 



 : Report relative 

to employing a portion of convict labor 
in manufacture of fire arms, 4616 
Cook, A. J. 

Birds of Mich., 780, 781 

Black wheat-stalk isosoma, 782 

Carpet beetle, 783 

Codling moth, 784 

Enemies of wheat aphis, 785 

Experiments with insecticides, 786 

Foul brood, 787 

Grain plant louse, 788 

Honey analyses, 789 

Injurious insects, 790 

Insecticides, 791 

Kerosene emulsion, 792, 793 

Plant lice, 794 

Planting for honey, 795 

Plum curculio, 796 

Silo, 797 

Spraying with arsenites, 798 

Wintering bees, 799 
, C. B. 

English or house sparrow, 800 
[ , C. M. C] 

Michigan, My Michigan, 801 
, C. W. 

Brine and salt deposits, 802 
, D. B. 

Six months among Indians, 803 
— , M. T. 



Pearse: 
— . S. F. 



Crawfishes, 5686 



J. 



Drummond Island, 804 
Mackinaw in history; a critique, 805 
Michigan. Legislature: Memorial of 
G. Blaine, 3952 

. : Memorial of F, B. 

Stockbridge, 3957 

. . House: Con- 



stitution, rules, committees, 3967 
-, W. 



Michigan, 806 

Cooke, D. B., & co. 

Great western railway guide, 8006 

Cookery 

Grand Rapids. Congregational church: 

Receipt book, 1896 
Ishpeming. Grace church: Superior 

cook book, 2350 
Muskegon. First Baptist church. Ladies' 

society: Muskegon cook book, 5514 



INDEX 



193 



COpKINGHAM, E. R. 

Atlas (.f Sanilac co., 7566 
Cooley, E. A. 

Digest of Michigan reports, 807 

, L. E. 

U. S. Dii'ii waterways commis-ion; Rt- 
port, 6661 
T. M. 



Digest of reported cases in Mich, reports, 
808 

Harrington: Reports, 2051 

Hints to young lawyers, 809 

Law>'er's dutv, 810' 

Mss.. 8197, 8199 

Michigan, 811-813 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc. : Com- 
piled laws, 3839 

. University: Memorial dis- 
courses. Address on, 5194 

. : Memorial ad- 



dresses at funeral of Prof. Watson, 

5197 
On govenimeni ownership, 814 
School boards, 815 
State bank issues, 816 
Coolidge, O. W. 

Relation of higher education to state, 

817 
Twentieth centur\' historv- of Berrien co., 

SIS 

Coons, G. H. 

Leaf-spot disease of tomato, 819 
Michigan. Academy of science: Report, 

2972 
Potato diseases, 820 
Septoria leaf spot disease or celery blight, 

821 

Cooper, D. M. 

Address on dedication of 1st house of 
worship in Saginaw yalley, 822 

Extracts from Monteith journal con- 
cerning introduction of gospel in 
Michigan, 823 

(Historical and financial statement at 

rededication of Memorial Presbyterian 
church], 824 

In memoriam, 2303 
. Rev. \V. M. Ferry, 2306 

Life of David Bacon and Alice Parks 
Bacon, 825 

Note book. 8300 

Open letter to T. \V. Palmer, 826 

Obituar\'' discourse on death of N. H. 
Ferry^ 827 

Plea for smaller college, 828 
-, J. F. 



Oak-openings, 829 
-, M. O. 



Study in cost of producing milk, 830 
-, W. F. 



Geological report on Bay co., 831 
Lane: Fossils, 2598 

: Geological report on Huron co., 

2599 
Surface geology; Bay co., 7762, 7763 
Topographic map of Bay co., 7764 

25 



COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES, see Kalama- 
zoo. Cooperative sdcicty; Mechanics' and 
laboring nun's cooperative associations; 
Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc. 

Cooperative society of national supply co. 
l'riis])eelus, i>32 

Coopersville 

I'd'.k, Muri)hy and co. : Directory', 5790 

Copper bearing rocks 

Alichigan. Geological survey: Upper 
Peninsula, 3576 

Copper country commercial club 

Strike investigation, 833 

Copper Creek mining co. 

Receipt stul>book, 8301 

Copper Harbor 

[Map of] Copper Harbor, by T. S. Thomp- 
son, 7936 
Preliminary chart, by U. S. War dept., 
7937 

Copper miners' strike, 1913-1914 

CopixT country commercial club: Strike 

investigation, 833 
U. S. Dept. of labor: Michigan copper 

district strike, 6664, 6665 
Western federation of miners: Miners' 

bulletin, 6868 

Copper mines and mining 

Allen; Mineral resources of Mich., 60 
Camahan: Development of Lake Su- 
perior copper mines, 580 
Clarke: Notes from copper region, 707 
Copper mines of Lake Superior, 834 
Copper range consolidated co.: Report, 

835 
Disturnell: Lake Superior guide, 1525 
Foster: Report on geology and topog- 
raphy of Lake Superior land dist., 1736 
Lawton: Review of Lake Superior cop- 
per mining, 2697 
Michigan. Governor: Messages of H. S. 

Pingree, 3756 
Mining journal co. : 1st annual review of 

industry of Lake Superior, 5457 
Munroe: Copper princess, 5506 
Osceola consolidated mining co. of Michi- 
gan: Report, 5613 
Pet tit: Remarks respecting copper dis- 
trict of Lake Superior, 5/28 
Picturesque iron and copper mining, 5735 
Rickard: Copper mines of Lake Su- 
perior, 5978 
St. John: True description of Lake Su- 
perior country, 6115 
Smith: Prehistoric and modem copper 

mines of Lake Superior, 6312 
Stockton: Report communicating report 
of superintendent of mineral lands on 
Lake Superior, 6415 
Swincforfl: History- and review, 6447 
Tabular statement of copper and iron 

business of Lake Superior, 6451 
U. S. Congress. House. Committee on 
public lands: Mineral lands — sale of, 
6654 



194 



INDEX 



COPPER MINES AND MINING— Con- 
tinued 

— . — . Dept. of labor: Mich, copper dis- 
trict strike, 6664,6665 
Visit of American institute of mining 
engineers to Lake Superior copper 
mines, 6767 
Wright: Development of copper indus- 
try of northern Mich., 7044 

: Where copper was king, 7045 

See also Mines and mineral resources 
Copper mines of Lake Superior, 834 
Copper ores 

Gordon: Geol. sec. from Bessemer down 

Black River, 1831 
Irving: Copper-bearing rocks of Lake 

Superior, 2341. 
Lane: Salt water in lake mines, 2607 

: Theory of copper deposition, 2609 

Pumpelly: Copper district of Upper 

Peninsula, 5894 
Rominger: Geological report on Upper 

Peninsula, 6012 
Wadsworth: Origin and mode of oc- 
currence of Lake vSuperior copper de- 
posits, 6774 
Copper range 

Sketch map, 7825 
Copper range consolidated co. 

Annual report, 835 
Copway, G. 

Life, history and travels, 836 
Pa-mah-duk ke-ne-bood, 8302 
Corals, Fossil 

Rominger: Palaeontology, 6015 
Corliss, J. B. 

Detroit. Ordinances, etc.: Revised 
ordinances, 1260 
Corn 

Geismar: Corn production, 1792 
Jeffery: Corn improvement, 2388, 2389 

: Corn; selecting, 2390 

: Crop, 2391 

Shoesmith: Corn growing, 6238 
Smith : Feeding corn smut to dairy cows, 
6273 

: Some experiments in corn raising, 

6283 
Cornell, M. E. 

Brief account of wonderful discovery of 
prehistoric relics, 837 

, W. F. 

North Lansing business directory, 838 
Cornell 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5767 
Coroners 

Parker: Coroners and coroners' in- 
cjuests, 5642 
Corporation law 

Cheevcr: Corporation form book, 654 
Hamilton : Consolidated corporation law, 

2025 
Lee: Suggestions for amendment of laws 

governing corporations, 2707 
Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Digest 
of general statutes on religious corpora- 
tions, 3848 



CORPORATION LAW— Continued 

. , , . : Laws reg- 
ulating foreign and domestic invest- 
ment COS., 3891 

. , , . : Law gov- 
erning manufacturing and mercantile 
corporations, 3905 

Laws gov- 



erning m.ining corporations. 



corporation law, 3846 



3912 



Mich. 

Modern 



law of business corporations, 3847 

Corporations 

Maybury: Mss., 8189 

Michigan. Dept. of state: List of cor- 
porations filed articles of association, 
3505 

Powers: Numerous railway cos. vs. Perry 
F. Powers, 5864 

Prudden: Corporate excess tax plan, 
5891 

Russell: Corporations in Mich., 6047 

Webber: Relations of corporations to 
state, 6843 

Cort, C. 

Col. H. Bouquet and his campaigns, 839 

Coryell, R. J. 

Taft: Potatoes and potato scab, 6472 
: Small fruit notes, 6478 

Corunna 

McGrath: Memorial day, 2834 
Polk & CO. : Owosso city and Shiawassee 
CO. directory, 5781 

Corwin, E. F. 

Use of library bulletins, 840 

Cost and standard of living 

Michigan. Dairv and food commissioner: 
Foods, 3347, 3348 

Cottrell, E. W. 

Rev. ed. of memoirs, by-laws, roster and 
album of Detroit commandery no. 1,. 
K. T., 841 

Counties ^ • 

Beers: County atlas of Michigan, 7279 

Bridgman's co. and railroad township 
map of Mich., 7280 

Colton's CO. and township map of 111., 
Wis., Minn., Iowa and Mo., with 
parts of Ind., Mich., Kans. and Neb., 
7252 

Michigan. Attorney general's office: 
Communication relative to charging 
interest on indebtedness of counties to 
state, 3056 

. Auditor general's office: Com- 
munication transmitting statement of 
accounts with, 3111 

Com- 



munication submitting abstract of re- 
turns from counties complying with 
act to provide for defraying state 
charges], 3117 

Geological survey: Report 



relative to county maps, 3568 



INDEX 



195 



COUNTIES-Continued 

.New lailn^ad, pest office and county map 

of Midi., bv National puljlishing co., 

7339 
Rand, McNally & co.'s indexed county 

and townshij) map and shippers' guide 

of Alich., 7323, 7324 
, — ; map of 

Michigan., 7307 
, and 

shippers' guide of Mich., 7335 
, map of Mich., 

7295 

Watson's new county, railroad and dis- 
tance map of Mich., 7285 
Western counties of ^lich., 7407 
Wolverine state, by Haskell bros., 7298 
See also Michigan. Legislature. House. 
Committee on towns and counties; 
Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
inittee on towns and counties 

County board of supervisors, see Michigan. 

Slate assficialion of supervisors 
County clerks 

Ses.-i. n.-: Manual, 6201 

County superintendents of schools 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on education: Report relative 
to providing for appointment, 4015 
Courses of study 

Michigan. Commission on high school 
course of study: Course of study, 3258 

. Dept. of public instruction: 

Course of study, 3375-3379 



Manual and course of study for county 
normal training classes, 3401 



Manual and course of study, elemen- 
tary schools, 3402 



State manual, 3437, 3438 
Courtis, S. A. 

.Manual of instructions for giving and 
scoring Courtis' standard tests, 842 
■Courts 

Alibott: Practice in civil actions in 
courts of record, 3 

Beecher: Michigan rule book, 332, 333 

Cummins: Mich, judicature act, 880 

Howe: Laws and courts of Northwest, 
2223, 2224 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc. : Judica- 
ture act, 3892 

; . Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciar\': Report of 
committee to whom was referred reso- 
lutions touching reduction and regu- 
lations of costs and fees, 4121 

Senate. Select 



cornmittee: Report of committee to 
which was referred answers from county 
clerks and so much of governor's mes- 
sage as relates to expenses of courts. 
4711 



COURTS ConUnued 
Ritldell: 1st iudge at Detroit and his 

court, 5979 
Searl: Mich, court rules, 6196 
See also Circuit courts; Judiciary; Michi- 
gan. Circuit court; Alichigan.. Courts; 
Michigan. Supreme court; U. S. Cir- 
cuit court; U. S. Circuit and district 
courts 

Cowles, Albert E, 

Past and present of Lansing and Ingham 
CO., 843 

, Anna B. 

Home canning by one-period cold-pack 

method, 844 
Raven: Garment making for girls, 5930 

, C. D. 

Michigan. Infantrv association: Roster 
of 17lh regt., 3820 
E. B. 



Berrien co. directory, 845 
, H. C. 



Ecological relations of vegetation on sand 
dunes of Lake Mich., 846 
Cow peas 

Smitli: Observations on influence of 
nodules on roots upon composition of, 
6278 

To war: Cow peas, 6554 
Cox, B. C. 

.\lichigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on claims: Report of committee 
to whom was referred memorial for 
ser\'ices, 4006 

, I. J. 

Indian as diplomatic factor, 847 

, J. F. 

Bean growing, 848 

How to carr>' out bean-growing project, 
849 

— , W. J. 

Primer of Michigan history, 850-852 

, W. V. z. 

Sons of the American revolution, 
trict of Columbia society 
fields of Maumee valley, 6334 
Craig, I. 

Wtstem Reserx'c historical society: 
tie of French Town, 6880 

'J- . 

Memorial asking swamp lands to aid im- 
provement of Sauble River, 853 
Cram, G. F. 

[Map of] Grand Rapids, 7716 
Michigan, by Railroad com- 
missioner, 7322 
Michigan, 7303 
New sectional map, 7282 
Railroad map of Mich., 7293, 7297 
Railroad and township map of Mich., 

7304 
Superior map of Mich., 7368 
Superior reference atlas of Mich., 7351 
Township and railroad map of Mich., 7313 



Dis- 
Battlc 



Bat- 



196 



INDEX 



CRAM, Capt. T. J. 

C\irrected map of country along proposed 
boundary between Mich, and Wiscon- 
sin to accompany report of, 7384 

General map to accompany report on sur- 
vey of boundary between Mich, and 
Wiskonsan, 8026 

Cram and Stebbins 

Map of Michigan, bv Railroad commis- 
sioner, 7317, 7319, 7321 

Official map of Mich., by Railroad com- 
missioner, 7314 
Cranbrook papers, 854 

Cranbrook press 

Booth: Cranbrook press, 400 

Crane, C. B. 

Sanitary survey of Saginaw, 855 

Crapo, H. H. 

Address at dedication of library building 
at Flint, 856 

Address before Central Michigan agri- 
cultural society at sheep-shearing ex- 

 hibition, 857 

Michigan. Governor: [Messages], 3686- 
3690 

Crary, I. E. 

Lyon: To J. M. Clayton, 2782 

Cravath, I. M. * 

Grand army of the republic. Dept. of 
Michigan: Manual, 1844 

[Craves, J. P.] 

Yesterday and today, being story of Bay 
City and two leading institutions 
thereof, 858 

Crawfishes 

Pearse: Crawfishes of Mich., 5686 

Crawford, D. C. 

Atlas of Ionia co., 7472 

,S. 

Rufus Putnam, 859 



Mss., 8067 

-, T. H. 



Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Select 
committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred circular suggesting 
passage of law for more eflfectual pre- 
vention of traffic in ardent spirits with 
Indian tribes, 4730 

Crawford county 

Back to farm, 860 

Buckley and Douglas lumber co. : Few 
facts about farm and fruit lands, 482 
Crystal Falls, see Quadrangle maps 

Crystal Falls district 

Clements: Crystal Falls iron-bearing 
district, 710 

Cremation 

Michigan cremation association: Mich, 
cremation association, Detroit, 5389 

Creswell, H. L. 

Baker: City of Grand Rapids, 201 



CRIME 

Michigan. Commission on vagrancy, dis- 
orderly conduct, habitual drunken- 
ness, etc. : Minor offenses, 3268 

Pauperism and crime in Mich., 5677, 5678 

Criminal law 

[Bingham]: Hist, of substitution of im- 
prisonment for death penalty, 364 

Black: Does Mich, properly punish 
crime?, 377 

Donovan: Michigan justice'sguide, 1536 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the state prison: Report 
relative to criminal jurisprudence, 
4614, 4615 

. State board of corrertions and' 

charities: Special report, 4870 

Tiffany: Treatise on criminal law of 
Mich., 6539-6541 

Criminal procedure 

Donovan: Michigan justice's guide, 1536 

Criminal statistics 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Abstract of 
reports of sheriffs relating to jails, 3464 

Crittenden, A. R. 

History of township and village of Howell,. 
861 

, R. L. 

Old age pensions, 8303 

Crockett, D. W. 

Digest of decisions of Supreme court, 862: 

Crofoot, F. S. 

Detroit unveiled, 863 

Crofton 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5763 

Croghan, G. 

Selection of Croghan's letters and jour- 
nals, 864 

Crooked tree 

Wright: Stories of crooked tree, 7051,, 
7052 

Crops 

Jeffcrv: Elementary laboratory study,. 
2392 

Crosby, A. B. 

Michigan. University. Medical school: 
Memorial on female medical educa- 
tion, 5303 

Cross, A. L. 

History of St. Andrew's church, Ann 
Arbor, 865 

Crossman, D. L. 

Early French occupation of Mich., 866 
Michigan. Legislature: Memorial, 3954 

Croswell, CM. 

Michigan. Board of fund commissioners: 

Report, 3173 
. Charities and corrections,. 



3245 



Governor: [Messages and' 



pardons], 3712-3718 



INDEX 



197 



CROSSWHITE FUGITIVE SLAVE CASE 
Emmons: Mss , SU41 
Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on federal relations: Rejxirt 
of committee to whom was referred 
report touching proceedings in Mar- 
shall, 4063 
Wilkins: Mss., 8103 
Crotty, D. G. 

Four years campaigning in army of 
Potomac, 867 
Crowe, J. T. 

Map of principal business portion of 
Del P it. 7()K1 
Croweli & Murray 

Iron ores of Lake Superior, 868 
Crowley, M. G. 

Daughter of New France, 869 
Heroine of the Strait, 870 
Love thrives in war, 871 
Crozier, A. A. 

Crimson clover, 872 
Cultivated raspberries, 873 
Forage crops, 874 
Millet, 875, 876 

Modification of plants bv climate, 877 
[Smith]: Building silos, 6269 
Cruikshank, E. A. 

Canada. Archives: Documents, 575 
Crumb and Noble 

Historv and directory of churches of 
Detroit, 2141 
Cucumbers 

Post iff : Cucumbers as cash crop, 5852 
Cummings, C. L. 

Great war relic, 878, 879 

, R. W. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on finance: Report relative to 
memorial, 4477 
Cummins, A. M. 

New Mich, iudicature act, 880 

, R. H. 

Journal, 881 
Cunningham, J. V. 

Michigan. Dcpt. of labor: Sections of 
act relating to employment of females 
and minors, 3352 

Currency 

Michigan. Governor: Communication 
transmitting resolutions of Kentucky 
relative to, 3602 

See also Money 
Currie, Cameron & co. 

Austin, F. (">., as trustee in bankruptcy, 
8227 

Currier, A. O. 

List of shell-bearing mollusca, 882 
Curriers, N. 

Plan of canal and town of Huron, 7728 
Curry, C, sec Martin & Curry 

Curtis, J. E. 

Fish in national park, 883 

, O. B. 

Histor>^ of Twenty-fourth Michigan, 884 



CURWOOD, J. O. 

("iivat Lakes, S85 
Custard, Mrs. A. 

I-'nnch settlement in St. Joseph co., 886 
Custer, E. B. 

Boots anil saddles, 887, 888 

Following the guidon, 889 

Gen. Custer at battle of Little Big Horn, 
890 

Tenting on plains, 891, 892 
, Gen. G. A. 

Custer: Boots and saddles, 887, 888 

: Following the guidon, 889 

— '■ : Gen. Custer at battle of Little 

Big Horn, 890 

Tenting on plains, 891, 892 



Harris: Stories of Civil war, 2060 
Kidd : Personal recollections of a cavalry- 
man, 2528 
Michigan. Custer monument commission: 
Ceremonies attending unveiling statue, 
3343 



[Invitation to attend ceremonies of 

unveiling], 3344 
Walker: Campaigns in Northwest and 

final surrender, 6792 
Whit taker: Popular life, 6914 
Wild life on plains, 893 
Customs, Collector of 

Woodbridge: Mss., 8051 

See also Sault Ste. Marie. Revenue 

office 
Cutcheon, B. M. 

Fifty years of growth in Mich., 894 

In memoriam. John A. Logan and Seth 

C. Moflfatt, 895 
Michigan. University: Defalcation in 

chemical laboratory, 5227 
Smith: Full and complete description of 

centennial celebration in Manistee, 6265 
Story of Twentieth Mich, infantry, 896 
Utley: Class of sixty-one, U. of M., 6731 
: Michigan as province, territory 

and state, 6733 

Cuder, H. G. 

History of St. Joseph co., 897 

Powers: History of northern Mich., 5862 
,M. 

Poole: Ordinance of 1787, 5803 
-, W. P. 



Ordinance of 1787, 898 
Cutter, C. 

Guide to Mt. Clemens, 899-902 
Cyclopedia of Mich., 903, 904 



Daboll, S. B. 

Past and present of Clinton co., 905 

Daily state Republican 
Happy new year, 906 
Dairy and food laws 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Dairy 
and food laws, 3850 



198 



INDEX 



DAIRYING 

Anderson: Second report of grade dairv 
herd, 89 

: Studies in milk production, 90 

: Studies in butterfat, 91 

Helme: Clean cows, 2102 

Johnson: Report of warming water for 
dairy cows, 2414 

Pere Marquette railroad co. : Dairying, 
5698 

Shaw: 1st annual report of grade dairy 
herd, 6219 

: Roots supplementary to silage 

for dairy cows, 6223 

Smith: Dairy records, 6270 

: Feeding corn smut to dairy cows, 

6273 

• : Grade dairy herd, 6275 

True: Discussion of farm dairy methods, 
6596 

Upper Peninsula development bureau: 
Dairying in Upper Peninsula, 6722 

See also Butter; Cattle; Michigan. Dairy 
and food commissioner; Michigan. 
Dairymen's association; Milk 
Dakin, M. H, 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on charges against M. H. Dakin: 
Investigation, 4004 
Dale, J. T. 

AVestern Michigan lake shore horticul- 
tural association: Proceedings of con- 
vention, 6877 

Damages 

Baldwin: Law of personal injuries, 207, 
208 

[Dana, C. W.] 

Garden of the world, 907 

,E. 

Geographical sketches on western coun- 
try, 908 

Danforth, E. B. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on privileges and elections: Re- 
port of committee to whom was referred 
memorial of G. A. Coe who claims to 
have been elected senator, 4627 

[Daniells, J. T.] 

History of memory day, 909 

Darby, W. 

Tour from New York to Detroit, 910 
View of U. S., 911 

D'Arcambal, Mrs. A. L. 

DePuy: Pebbles and pearls, 950 

Dartmouth, Town of 

Mss., 8171, 8172 

Dash, M. 

History of Lansing, 912 
Dau's blue book for Detroit, 913 

Daughters of the American revolution 

Michigan 

Elijah Grout chapter, Leslie 

Vliet: History of early life and busi- 
ness interests of Leslie, 6769 



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REV- 
OLUTION— Continued 

Lansing chapter 

Lansing chapter, 914 

Twenty-fifth year, 915 
[Program of] annual conference, 916 
Report of gifts, 917 
Report of state secretary, 918 
Sophie de Marsac Campau chapter, 
Grand Rapids 

Program, 920 

Yearbook, 921 
Yearbook, 919 

Daughters of 1812. Michigan 

Programme for bronze statue of Gen. 
Macomb, 922 

Dau publishing co. 

Grand Rapids society blue book, 1955 

Davenport, E. 

Feeding steers, 923 
Pigs, 924 

— — ,1. 

Mss., 8133 

Davidson, G. I. 

Building inspector's hand book of Grand 
Rapids, 925 

Davies, G. 

Michigan. Treasury dept.: Communi- 
cation [relative to claim], 5130 

Davis, A. 

Michigan. University. Board of regents: 
Communication [relative to plan, for 
university], 5225 

, Calvin O. 

Public secondary education, 926 
-, Charles A. 



Field work in towns and cities, 927 
Hankinson: Biological survey of Walnut 

Lake, 2035 
Lane: Geological report on Huron co., 

2599 
Peat, 928 

Topographical map of Tuscola co., 7812 
Wood-lot studies, 929 

-, C. E. L. B. 



U. S. Engineer dept. : General and detail 

drawings of Poe lock, St. Mary's Falls 

canal, 6667 
. — . . : New lock at St. 

Mary's Falls canal, 6670 

-, C. G. 



Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the state prison: Report 
relative to allowing losses upon con- 
tracts, 4209 
-, G. C. 



Army worm, 930 

Celery insects, 931 

Locusts, 932 

Pests, 933 

[Some injurious insects], 934 

Taft: Pests of orchard and garden, 6469 

-,J. 



Kingsbury: Memorial asking legislation 
on Grand Rapids canal, 2538 



INDEX 



199 



DAVISON 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5768 
Dawson and Bates 

Mi>.hij,'an. LL^islature. House. Com- 
millco on i)rinting: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred account 
of, 419S, 4199 
Day, D. H. 

Cilen Lake region, 935 

, F. M. 

Detroit. City plan and improvement 
commission : Report on center of arts 
and letters, 1098 

, G. B. 

Trowbridge: Pioneer days, 6594 

, H. A. 

Atlas of Genesee co., 7453 
Day books, see Manuscripts 
Deaf and dumb 

Michigan dav schools for teaching speech 

to deaf, 5393 
Wesselius: Michigan day schools for 

teaching speech to deaf, 6864 
See also Defective and delinquent classes; 
Michigan. Asylum for the deaf, dumb 
and blind; Michigan. Asylums 
Deaf and dumb school, see Michigan. 

School for the deaf 
Dean, M. L. 

Notes on small fruit, 936 

Taft: Notes on strawberries, 6465 

: Notes on vegetables, 6466 

: Small fruit notes for 1904, 6479 

: Strawberry notes for 1901, 6486 

: Tomatoes and potatoes, 6487 

: Vegetables and bush fruits, 6489 

: Vegetables, old and new, 6493 

Dean-Hicks printing co. 
Efficiencv, 937 
Grand Rapids, Mich., 938 
Dearborn, H. 

Dearborn: Defence of Gen. Dearborn, 
939 

, H. A. S. 

Defence of Gen. Dearborn, 939 
Dearborn 

Beginning and development of Catho- 
licity in, 336 
Nfiwlin: Bark covered house, 5574 

Death penalty 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report of 
committee to whom was referred peti- 
tion asking restoration of, 4556 

Deaths 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws re- 
lating to registration, 3835 

. , , . : Laws con- 
cerning record, return and compilation, 
3906 

Rannev: President's annual address, 
5922 

Smith: Influence of sewerage and water 
supply on death-rate in cities, 6295 

See also Michigan. Census; Michigan. 
Statistics, vital 



DEBTOR LAWS 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Act to 
jjrevent debtors from giving preference 
to creditors, 3851 
. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report of 
committee to whom was referred 
petition to alter collection law that 
debtor shall not possess advantage over 
creditor, 4551 

Debts 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report on 
resolution as to expediency of abolish- 
ing laws for collection of debts, 4123 



five to imprisonment, 4124 
. . Senate. 



Report rela- 



Select 

committee: Report of committee to 
whom had been referred so much of 
governor's message as relates to im- 
prisonment for debt, 4712 



: Report on abolishing im- 
prisonment for debt, 4713 
See also Michigan. Board of fund com- 
missioners; State debt 

Decade 

Barnaby: The decade, 227 
DeCeleron, 

See Ccloron, P. J. 

Decoration day, see Memorial day 

Deeds 

Collection of, 8164 
See also Conveyancing 

Deep waterways convention 

Lake transportation, 940 

Defective and delinquent classes 

Michigan. Commission on extent of 
mental defectiveness: Report, 3261 

. Commission on vagrancy, 

disorderly conduct, habitual drunken- 
ness, etc. : Minor offenses, 3268 

Dept of state: Annual ab- 



stract of statistical information, 3468 

First annual 



report giving number of insane, deaf, 
dumb, blind, 3500 

Farm colony for epileptics: 



Biennial report, 3535 

Home and training school: 



Biennial report, 3808 

Laws, statutes, etc. : Laws 



relating to insane and feeble-minded, 
3884 

State board of corrections and 



charities: Proceedings of annual con- 
vention, 4869 

See also Deaf and dumb; Insane 

Defiance 

Polk &■ CO.: Directory, 5767 

Deforestation 

Ilorton: Deforestation, 2208 



200 



INDEX 



DEJEAN, P. 

[Potter]: Michigan's first justice of the 
peace, 5856 
Delamarter, L. 

Distril)ution of deaths from diphtheria, 
941 
DeLand, C. V. 

History of Jackson co., 942 
Michigan. State tax statistician: First 
annual report, 5109 
DeLery 

Plan of Detroit, 7616 
DeLong, N. 

Muskegon. Ordinances, etc.: Ordi- 
nances, 5516 
Delinquent taxes 

Michigan. Auditor general's office: Re- 
port concerning delinquent tax fund, 
3127 
[ . : State- 
ment in compliance with resolution re- 
questing estimate of annual expenses 
consequent upon return of non-resi- 
dent delinquent taxes], 3144 
. Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on ways and means: Report of 
committee to whom was referred reso- 
lution in relation to returns, 4282 
Delisle, G. 

Carte du Canada ou de la Nouvelle 
France, 7100 

, W. H. 

Directory of Bay City, 943 
Delray 

New map of Detroit and suburbs, by S. 
Farmer & co., 7681 

Delta boating and fishing club 

By-laws, 944 
Delta county 

[Map of] Delta co., by J. I. Berry, 7448 
Ogle & CO. : Standard atlas, 7447 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5767 

Demmon, I. N 

Hinsdale: History of U. of M., 2128 
Democratic association of Detroit 

Celebration of anniversary^ of Battle of 
' New Orleans, 945 
Democratic party 

Address of members of legislature, 14 

Bugle blast, 484 

Cass: Address to Democracy of Detroit, 

607 
Cass platform, 612 
[Conger]: To delegates of Democratic 

state convention, 768 
Felch: Ms.s., 8154 

Granger: Progress of radicalism, 1973 
Proceedings of territorial convention, 946 
Webster: History of Democratic party 

organization in Northwest, 6846 
See also Michigan. Politics; Politics; 

Republican party 

Democratic Republican party. Michigan 
Territory 
Address of committee, 947 



DeMOEN, C. G. 

Van Raalte: De toestand der Hol- 
landsche kolonisatie in Mich., 6748 
DeMolay, Order of 

Benedict: History, by-laws, and roster 
of De Molai commandery, no. 5, K. T. 
See also Freemasons 
Demurrage 

Stevens: "Reciprocal demurrage," 6399 
Denby, E. 

Edwin Denby club: For Congress E. 
Denby, 1581 
[Denison, C. S.] 

Free public schools of Mich., 8032 
Dennett, G. 
Mss., 8203 
Dennis, Mrs. C. 

Petition for prohibiting sale of liquors, 
948 

, T. and W. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on claims : Report of committee 
to whom was referred claim, 4007 
Denominational colleges, see name of college 
Densmore, J. B. 

U. S. Dept. of labor: Mich, copper dis- 
trict strike, 6664, 6665 

Dental association, see Michigan. Dental 

association 

Dentistry 

Michigan. State board of dental exami- 
ners: Annual report, 4871 

Price: Status of mouth hygiene in pre- 
ventive medicine, 5873 

Dentists 

Physicians', dentists' and druggists' di- 
rectory of Mich., 5733 

Denton, S. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on state affairs : Report of com- 
mittee to which was referred petition 
praying for amending constitution by 
expunging word "white", 4664 



: Report of com- 
mittee [to whom was referred petitions 
for law for appraisal of damages for 
lands flowed by mill dams], 4674 



: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred resolution 
relating to protection of American in- 
dustry, 4685 

Select 



committee: Report of committee to 
which was referred bill to improve ad- 
ministration of justice, 4722 

Dependent and ill-treated children, see 

Michigan. State public school 
DePeyster, A. S. 

Detroit. Commandant: Commission to 

J. Pouget, 8309 
Miscellanies, 949 

DePuy, E. C. 

Pebbles and pearls, 950 



INDEX 



201 



DEQUINDRE, MAJOR 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the militia: Report in rela- 
tion to. 4601 

DeRepentigny, see Repentigny 
Demiont, A. M. 

[In inemoriami, 148 
DeSchweinitz, E. A. 

Lii'i aui! times of D. Zcisberger, 951 

Description of medical and surgical sani- 
tarium, 952 

Descriptive America, 953 

Descriptive pamphlet of authors' carnival, 
954 

Desilver, C. 

Ww map of Mich., 7233 
Desnoyers, P. J. 

Kinmons: Mss., 8068 
Detroit 

Academy of medicine 

Connor: Historical sketch, 772 
Agricultural committee 

Report, 955 
Album, 39 
American exchange national bank 

Canfield: Check stub-book, 8286 
Amusements 

Ross: Industrial school entertain- 
ments, 6031 
Annual reports, 956 
Architects' and builders' director^-, 957 
Art association 

Constitution, 958 
Art club 

Catalogue, 959 
Art collection 

(Catalogues], 960 
Art gallery 

Detroit. International fair and expo- 
sition association: Art gallcr\', 1204 
Art loan 

Catalogue, 961 

Record, 962 
Art, municipal, see Detroit. City plan 

and improvement commission 
Art museum, see Detroit. Museum of art 
Art study 

Liggett: Art education in Mich., 2741 
Art work 

Parish publishing co. : Art work of 
Detroit, 5638 
Arts and crafts theatre 

Cheney: Art theatre, 660 

Arts, fine, see Detroit. Musical associa- 
tion; Detroit. School of fine arts 

Associated charities 

Associated charities of Detroit, 964 
Social service directory, 963 

Association of charities 
By-laws, 965 
Proceedings, 966 

Athletic club 

Articles of association, 967 



DETROIT --Continued 
Atlases 

Baist's real estate atlas of surveys, 
7679, 7687 

Robinson: Atlas, 7646 

Sec also Detroit. Maps 
Audubon club 

Constitution, 968 
Authors' carnival 

Descriptive pamphlet, 954 
Automobiles, sec Automobiles 
Bank clerks' association 

Constitution, 969 
Bankers' club 

(Yearbook], 970 
Banks, see name of bank under Detroit; 

Banks and banking 
Baptist churches, see Detroit. First 

Baptist church 
Baptist mission 

Eighteenth st. Baptist mission, 1582 
Baptist young people's union 

Manual, 971 
Bar 

Memorial, 972 
Bar association 

Act of incorporation, 973, 974 

Articles of association, 975 

First centennial anniversarv, "John 
Marshall day", 976 

New Wayne county court house, 977 
Belle Isle bridge 

Detroit. City plan and improvement 
commission: Preliminary plan of 
Detroit, 1096 
park 

Address to public; advisability of pur- 
chasing Belle Isle for park, water 
works and basis for tunnel, 16 

See also Detroit. Parks 
Bicentenary' 

Michigan Catholic bicentenary sup- 
plement, 5366 

Biographies 

Detroit illustrated, 1455 

(Farmer: Biograi)hical data for his- 

tor>-], 8394 
Marquis: Book of Detroiters, 2893, 

2894 
Ross: Earlv bench and bar of Detroit, 

6029 

: Landmarks, 6032 

See also Detroit. History 

Board of commerce 
Annual report, 978 
Detroit, 979 

and its automobiles, 980 

board of commerce, 981 

, seventh in population, 982 

Detroiter. 983 

Educational side of big Amcr. city, 984 
Hudson: Detroit, 2255 
Improvement of Detroit, 985 
Information for immigrants, 986 
International commerce of North 
America, 987 



20-2 



INDEX 



DETROIT— Continued 

Olmsted : Improvement of Detroit, 
5603 

Parks of Detroit, 7686 

Record of 13 years, 988 

Recreation survey, 989 

Report of Joint sanitation committee, 
990 

Souvenir book, 991 
Board of education 

Annual report, 992 

Cardboard construction,. 993 

Catalog of Cass technical high school, 
994 

Course of study in geography, 995 

• language, 996-998 

Directory of public schools, 999 

Education in Detroit, 1000 

English composition, 1001 

Hand book of Junior high schools, 1002 

Is change necessary, 1003 

Manual, 1004 

Memorial, 1005 

Nature study outline, 1006 

Outhne courses, 1007 

Outline of course in domestic science, 
1008 

Outline of work, 1009 

Proceedings, 1010 

Recommendation to establish con- 
tinuation schools for girls, 1011 

Report of committee on library, 1012 

Reports on petition for Bible in schools, 
1013 

Rules, 1014, 1015 

Scenes from history and literature, 1016 

Special report of School for deaf, 1017 
Board of estimates 

Proceedings, 1018 
Board of health 

Annual report, 1019 

Bulletin, 1020 
Board of poor commissioners 

Annual report, 1021 
Board of sewer commissioners 

Report, 1022 

Board of trade 

Annual report, 1023 

Annual statement of trade and com- 
merce, 1024 

Constitution, 1025-1027 

Niagara ship canal, 1028 

Ross: Industrial school entertain- 
ments, 6031 
Board of trustees 

Proceedings, 1029 

See also Detroit. Common council 

Board of water commissioners 
Act of incorporation, 1030, 1031 
Annual rei)ort, 1032 
Copy of Chauncey Hurlbut's will, 1033 
Regulations, 1034 

Boat club 

Articles of association, 1035 

Boys school, see Detroit school for boys 



DETROIT— Continued 

Brady guards 

Constitution, 1036 
Bridge and iron works 

Memoir, 1037 
Bridges 

Elv: Remarks in opposition to bridge 
at Detroit, 1598 

: Shall waterway of Great Lakes 

be obstructed by bridge at Detroit?, 
1599 
Builders' and traders' exchange 

Alphabetical and classified list, 1038 
Builders' and traders' exchange, a 
live, local organization, 1039 

Builders of better Detroit, 485 
Building commission 

Annual report, 1040 

Building code, 1041, 1042 

Building laws 

Bulkley : Building laws, 486 

Buildings 

Button: Mss., 8152 

Bureau of governmental research 
Public business, 1043 

Business men 

Economic study for, 1573 

Cadillac day celebration 

Souvenir of Cadillac day, 6349 

Campbell's park subdivision, 7701 

Cass Avenue Methodist Episcopal church 

Directory, 1044, 1045 

Prospectus, 1046 

Year book, 1047 

Cass parks 

Detroit. Common council: Remarks 
of W. Hale, 1111 

Cass technical high school 

Detroit. Board of education : Catalog, 
994 

Catholics 

Carter: French mission life, 581 

Michigan Catholic bi-centenary sup- 
plement, 5366 

Souvenir album of Catholic churches, 
schools and institutions, 6348 

See also name of church 

Catholic study club, 622 

Catholic young men's literary society 

Constitution, 623 
Cemeteries, see name of cemetery 
Centennial celebrations 

Detroit today: Cadillac bi-centenary 

ed., 1486 
Wayne co. Historical and pioneer 
society: Souvenir of Cadillac day, 
6831 
See also Detroit. Woman's bi-cen- 
tenary committee 

Central high school 
Dedication, 1048 
Quiver, 1049 



INDEX 



203 



DETROIT— Continued 

Central Metlioilisl Episcopal church 
Central M. E. church; past, present 

and future, 1050 
Central M. E. Sunday school, 1051 
Director}', 1052 
Names of members, 105.> 
Order of exercises at laying of comer 

stone, 1054 
Chamber of commerce 

Detroit, its commerce and industries,x 

1055 
Detroit. Mercantile society: [Papers 

relating to erection of chamber of 

commerce], 8318 
Parcels post rates, 1056 
Charities 

Detroit. First Presbyterian church: 

Report of helping hand society, 1160 
Social conference club, 6321 
See also Detroit. Associated charities; 

Detroit. Free press fresh air fund; 

Detroit. Home for the friendless; 

Detroit. Working women's home 

association; Detroit. Young men's 

benevolent society 
Charity festival 

Illustrated catalogue, 1057 
Charters 

Bradford: Petition for revision, 422 
Charter and ordinances, 1058-1084 
See also Detroit. Ordinances 

Children, see Detroit. Juvenile offenders; 

Detroit. Orphan asylum; Detroit. 

Protective agency for women and 
children 

Children's free hospital association 
Annual report, 1085 

Christ church 

Final report of building committee, 

1086 
Pew record, 8304 

Chrysanthemum exhibition 

Official programmes, 1087 
Church of Christ 

Campbell: Review of pamphlet, 562 

Church of the United Brethren in Christ 
Some information about church nearest 
you, 1088 

Churches 

Histor\' and directory of churches of 

Detroit, 2141 
Our churches, Detroit, 5619 
See name of church under Detroit 

Cigarmakers' benevolent association 

Constitution, 1089 
Citizens 

[Petition that application of Gas light 
CO. for increase of capital stock be 
granted], 8305 

[Report of] meeting to express con- 
demnation of action granting De- 
troit railway co. extension of time 
for franchise, 8306 



DETROIT— Continued 

Ciiiztns' fducaliona! committee 

[Correspondence and printed material 
in reference to proposed legislation 
for government of Detroit schools], 
8307 
Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Bill 
for government of Detroit schools, 
3853 
Citizen's interdenominational Thanks- 
giving service, 1090 
City and railway guide, 1420 
City directory, 1421 
City guide, 1422 

City plan and improvement commission 
Center of arts and letters, 1091 
City tree planting, 1092, 1093 
Comey: Detroit suburban planning, 

756 
Conditions in Detroit, 1094 
[Duquesne]: Preliminar}' report on 

program for Scott fountain, 1560 
James Scott fountain, 1095 
Olmsted: Improvement of Detroit, 
5603 

: Park for Detroit, 5604 

Preliminary plan of Detroit, 1096 
Program of competition, 1097 
Report on center of arts and letters, 
1098 
City tract association 

First annual report, 1099 
Clark's expedition, see Clark, G. R. 
Clearing house association 

Constitution, 1100 
Climate 

Hubbard: Climate of Detroit, 2243 
Club 

Constitution, 1101 
The Detroit club, 1 102 
Club woman, 1423 
Cochran's commercial institute 

Circular, 720 
Collector of customs 

Woodbridge: Mss., 8051 

College 

Catalogue, 1424 
Prospectus, 1425 

College of law 

Announcement, 1426 
Detroit college of law, 1427 

College of medicine and surgery 
Announcement, 1428 
Announcement of graduate courses, 

1429 
By-laws of faculty, 1430 
Trustees, faculty and graduates, 1431 

Colored citizens, see Detroit. Negroes 

Commandant 

Commission to J. Pouget, 8309 
Commission as justice of peace to Thos. 
Williams, 8310 

Commerce 

Commerce, manufacturing and resour- 
ces, 757 



204 



INDEX 



DETROIT— Continued 

Haddock: Resources and industrial 

interests of Mich., 2009 
Hamilton: Statement of trade and 

commerce, 2027 
[Mitchell]: Detroit in history and 

commerce, 5462 
See also Detroit. Board of trade; De- 
troit. Chamber of commerce 
Commerce, Board of, see Detroit. Board 

of commerce 
Commercial mutual association 

By-laws, 1103 
Commissioner of public works 

Annual report, 1104 
Committee in behalf of the colored citizens 

Memorial for right of suffrage, 110.5 
Committee on centennial celebration of 
evacuation by British 
Centennial celebration of evacuation; 
report, 625 
Committee of entertainment for the dele- 
gates to the International American 
conference 
Detroit; a sketch, 1106 
Committee on equitable legislation 

Treatise on proposed changes in mar- 
riage law, 1107 
Committee of fifty on street railway 
question 
Barcroft: Report and appraisal of 

Detroit united railway, 224 
Reports, 1108 
Common council 

Detroit. Citizens: [Petition that ap- 
plication of Gas light co. be granted], 
8305 
Emmons: Mss., 8041 
Index to proceedings, 8311 
Journal, 1109 
Manual, 1110 
Remarks of W. Hale, 1111 
Report on taxation, 1112 
Special committee on ways and means 

Report, 8312 
Standing committees and rules of 

order, 1113 
Williams: Mss., 8125 
See also Detroit. Board of trustees; 
Detroit. Charters; Detroit. Ordi- 
nances 
Community trust 

[General purpose], 1114 
Congregational churches, see Detroit. 
First Congregational church; First 
Congregational Unitarian society; 
Woodward Ave. Congregational church 
Congress St. M. E. church. Trustees 

Deed, 8313 
Conservatory of music 

Prospectus, 1432 
Controller's office 
Annual report, 1115 
Comparative stati.stics, 1116 
Comparative table, 1117 
Estimates, 1118 
[Report on garbage disposal], 1119 



DETROIT— Continued 

Convention and tourists' bureau 

Beautiful Detroit, 1120 

Map of central business district of 
Detroit, 7688 

Visions of beautiful Detroit, 1121 
Copper mining company of Arizona 

Articles of association, 1433 
Council of trades and labor unions 

Annual labor day souvenir, 1122 
Courts 

Burton: [Court and other records], 
8259 

Riddell: 1st judge and his court, 5979' 
Cranbrook society 

Cranbrook papers, 854 
Crematorium, see Michigan cremation- 
association 
Cyclorama company 

Prize essays, 1123 
Daily tribune 

Our domestic resources, 1434 
Dau's blue book, 913 
Deaconess home 

Methodist Episcopal church. Con- 
ferences. Detroit: Manual of 
deaconess home, 2962 

Deaf, school for 

Detroit. Board of education: Special 
report, 1017 
Decoration day, see Detroit. Joint 

memorial day committee 
Delta boating and fishing club 

By-laws, 944 
Democratic association 

Celebration of anniversary of Battle 
of New Orleans, 945 

Dental society 

[List of officers and meetings], 1124 

Dept. of parks and boulevards 
Annual report, 1125 

Dept. of public works 

Gray: Communication in defense of 

audits, 1977 
Map of Detroit, 7674, 7677 
Official building code, 1126 

Description 

Beautiful Detroit, 324 

Business buildings, 536 

Condensed information for Christian 

endeavor convention, 762 
Crofoot: Detroit unveiled, 863 
Detroit. Board of commerce : Detroit, 

979 
. : Detroit, 

seventh in population, 982 
. Chamber of commerce: De- 



troit, 1055 

. City guide, 1422 

Committee of entertainment 



for the delegates to the international 
American conference: Detroit; a 
sketch, 1106 

. Convention and tourists* 

bureau: Beautiful Detroit, 1120 



INDEX 



205 



DETROIT- Continued 



: Visions of beautiful De- 
troit, 1121 

. Illustrated, 1454, 1455 

International fair and expo- 



sition assoeiation: Catalogue of 

entries and cxliibits, 1205 

, its points of interest. 1459 

, Lansing &• northern railroad 

CO.: Detroit and pleasure resorts of 

northern Mich., 1462 

, Michigan, 1463 

of today, 1468 



Dietsche sight seeing autos; seeing De- 
troit, 1509 
Farmer: All about Detroit, 1651 

: Guide and souvenir, 1653 

: Guide to streets, street pave- 
ments, car routes and house num- 
bers, 1654-1657 

: Handbook, 1658 

-: Illustrated guide and souvenir, 



1665 

: Map and manual, 1666 

Gentsch: Dictionan,-, 1797 

Glimpses of Detroit,'l818 

Ideal publishing co. and information 

bureau: Ideal guide, 2272 
Keep: Guide to Detroit, 2489 
Lates views of Detroit, 2687 
[Lees]: Journal, 2711 
McKinney: Industrial advantages, 

2836 
Michigan central railroad co.: De- 
troit, 5374 
[Moore]: Detroit as she is, 5475 
National educational association: Days 

in and about Detroit, 5528 
O'Connell: Seeing Detroit, 5584 
Queen city of straits, 5904 
Ransom: Souvenir, 5924 
Smith: Journal in America, 8541 
Souvenir, 6350-6353 
Warner: Picturesque Detroit, 6802, 

6803 
Williams and Bumham: Pocket guide, 

6961 
See also Detroit. Directories; Detroit. 

Guide books 
Detroit and Bay Citv railroad 
Joy: Mss., 8136, 8138 
Statement. 1394 

Birmingham plank road co. 

By-laws, 1395 
Cleveland steam navigation 



DETROIT— Continued 

Plureka gold and silver mining 

CO., 1404 

Howell plank road 



CO. 

Hero of Manila, 1396 
Lake tour to Mackinac, 1397-1401 
Omena resort, 1402 
Water-way tales, 6815, 6816 
Where to spend summer, 1403 
Erin plank road co. 



Detroit and Howell plank road co. : 

Toll book, 8340 
Journals, 8338 
Trowbridge: Mss., 8109, 8110 



Detroit and Howell P. R., 8001, 8002 

Journal, 8339 

Salem. Townshij) board: Opinions 

of judges of Supreme court in case, 

6133 
Toll book, 8340 
Transfer book, 8341 
Trowbridge: Mss., 8110 

Lake St. Clair plank road co. 



Cash book, 8342 

Mackinac railroad co. 



Helping to feed and clothe America, 

1405 
Maumee railroad co. 



Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report 
upon memorial for amendment to 
charter, 4557, 4558 

Milw^aukee railroad 

Burch: Gazetteer, 495 

Cash book, 8343 

Condition and prospect, 1406, 1407 

Diar>' of C. C. Trowbridge, 8344 

Emmons: Letter books, 8391 

: Mss., 8041, 8068, 8073, 

8076, 8078, 8080, 8088, 8092 

Howard: Statement showing difference 
in accounts, 2221, 2222 

Lease, 1408 

Letter book, 8345 

Letter to bondholders, 1409, 1410 

Map, 8003 

Michigan. Governor: Special message 
on bill to amend act to authorize any 
township or city in St. Clair, Lapeer, 
Genesee and Shiawassee cos. to aid 
construction of railroad from Port 
Huron, 3689 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on banks and incorporations: 
Report, 3989 

Special joint 



committee: Report of committee 

to whom was referred investigation 

of affairs of, 4762 
Mortgage, 1411, 1412 
Petition for grant of lands, 1413 
Report, 1414 
Romevn and Lockwood and Clarke: 

Mss'., 8046 
Trowbridge: Mss., 8158 

Pontiac railroad co. 



Charter, 1415 

Michigan. Attorney general's office: 

Replv relative to settlement with, 

3074' 



Report in relation to, 3077 



Report relative to, 3082 



206 



INDEX 



DETROIT— Continued 

[  — — . Auditor general's office: 

Communication on subject of loan 
to], 3116 

. Governor: Message trans- 



mitting proposition of, 3593 
. Legislature. Senate. Se- 
lect committee: Report in refer- 
ence to mortgage, 4714 
Pontiac railroad, 1416 
Proposition of, 1417 

St. Joseph railroad co. 



Proposition for transfer of charter to 
state, 1418 

, Eel River and Illinois railroad 

Joy: Mss., 8138 

, Howell and Lansing railroad 

Emmons: Mss., 8078 

Lansing and Lake Michigan 



railroad 
Joy: Mss., 8136, 8138 

-, Lansing and northern railroad co. 



Detroit and pleasure resorts, 1462 
Joy: Mss., 8138 

Mackinac and Marquette rail- 



road CO. 

Map showing lands, by E. Molitor, 7847 
Monroe and Toledo railroad co. 



Detroit and Milwaukee railroad co. : 
Lease, 1408 

 River savings bank 

Brady & co. : Bank books, 8245 
 — . : Check stub-books, 8246 

, Romeo and Port Huron railroad 



CO. 

Prospectus for business, 1472 
Deutsch-Amerikanische seminarverein . 
Deutsch-Amerikanische seminarverein, 
1500 

Dime savings bank 

The dime savings bank, 1127 

Diocese 

O'Brien: Diocese of Detroit, 5579 

Diphtheria 

Goldberger: Report of investigation 
of diphtheria carriers, 1822 

Directories 

Baker's business directory, 203 
Burton: "Cadillac's village", 514 
Detroit. Architects' and Ijuilders' 
directory, 957 

[ . Associated charities]: Social 

service directory, 963 

Board of education: Direc- 



tory of public schools, 999 

business directory, 1419 

. Cass Ave. M. E. church: Di- 



rectory, 1044, 1045 
. Central M. E. church: Di- 



rectory, 1052 

city directory, 1421 

engineers', electricians' and 



machinists' directory, 1435 

First Presbyterian church : 



Directory, 1156 



DETROIT— Continued 

 . Fort Street Presbyterian 

church: Directory, 1165 

telephone key, 1485 

Fanning: Pocket or carriage directory 
of 1st class residences, 1634 

History and directory of churches, 2141 

Johnston: Detroit city directory, 2419 

Musical directory of Detroit, 5510 

Reaume: Detroit theatrical and city 
guide, 5933 

Sauer: Standard guide and pocket 
directory, 6140 

Shove's business advertiser, 6241 

Wellings: Directory of Detroit, and 
register of Mich., 6855, 6856 

»See also Detroit. Guide books 
Dodge: Narrative during captivity at, 

1532 
Eagle fire co. 

Constitution, 1128 
Economic conditions 

Commerce, manufacturing and re- 
sources, 757 
Edison illuminating co. 

Annual report, 1574 
Education, see Detroit. Board of edu- 
cation; Detroit. High schools 
Elections 

Election and registration booths, 1585 

Election districts, 1585 

[Election tickets], 1587 

Johnson: Mss., 8115 

McCracken: City of Detroit, 2806 

: Working digest of regis- 
tration and election laws, 2819, 2820 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Reg- 
istration and election laws, 3854, 
3855 
Electric railway co. 

Record book, 8314 
Elevated railroad 

Conely: Argument, 763 

Warfield: Facts concerning proposed 
elevated terminal railroad, 6801 
Elmwood cemetery 

Elmwood cemetery, 1129 

Farmer: History and rules, 1659 

Map, by E. Robinson, 7632 

, — A. W. Blain, 7647 

Plan, by D. Molitor, 7663 

Register of interments, 8315 

Report of board of trustees, 1130 
Engineers', electricians' and machinists' 

directory, 1435 
Episcopal churches, see names of churches 
Estimates, see Detroit. Board of esti- 
mates 
Evening and continuation schools 

National Americanization committee: 
Americanizing a city, 5522- 

Evening news 

Detroit in 1900, 1436 

1901, 1437 

1902, 1438 

1903, 1439 



INDEX 



207 



DETROIT— Continued 

Grand pleasure excursions, 1440 

Guide book, 1441 

Investigation of Ford profit-sharing, 
1442 

News boys, 1443 

Summer's vacation, 1444 
Excelsior boat club 

Excelsior boat club: Articles of in- 
corporation, 1627 
Excursionists' guide, 1445 
Fair, see Detroit. International fair and 

exposition association 
Farrand training school for nurses 

Farrand training school for nurses: 
Announcement, 1672 

See also Harper hospital 
Federation of labor 

Annual labor day review, 1131 
Federation of women's clubs 

Detroit club woman, 1423 
Female benevolent society, see Protest- 
ant orphan asylum, Detroit 
Female seminary 

Catalogue, 1446 

[Prospectus], 1447 
Finance 

Detroit. Historiographer: History of 
Detroit, 1192 

See also Detroit. Controller's oflfice; 
Detroit. Treasurer's office 
Fine arts, see Detroit. Museum of art; 

Detroit. Musical association 
Fire and marine insurance co. 

Charter and by-laws, 1132 

Insurance book, 8316 
Fire companies, see Detroit. Eagle fire 

CO.; Detroit. Protection co. ; Detroit. 

Woodbridge fire co. 
Fire dept. 

Annual report, 1133 

Bissell: Mss.,8111 

Charter, constitution and by-laws, 
1134, 1135 

The fire department, 1136 

Hathaway: Our firemen, 2086 

Memorial of J. A. Van Dyke, 1137 

Memorial by order of trustees of old 
fire dept., 1138 

Names of signers to constitution, 1139 

Rules and regulations, 1 140 
Fire insurance, see Insurance 
Firemen's fund association 

By-laws, 1141 

Souvenir, 1142 
First Baptist church 

Haskell: Half centur\- memorial, 2077 

: Quarter-centur\' cbenezer, 

2080 
First Congrejgational church 

Books in library', 1143 

Byzantine art, 1144 

Fiftieth anniversary, 1145 

First Congregational church and so- 
ciety, 1146 

Profession of faith, 1147, 1148 

Quarter centennial, 1149 



DE'TROIT— Continued 

First Congregatiimal Unitarian society 

Catalogue of Sunday school books, 1150 
First national bank 

Golden anniversary, 1151 
First Presbyterian church 

Articles of faith and covenant, 1152, 
1153 

Catalogue of Sunday school library, 
1154 

Dedicatory ser\-ices, 1155 

Directory, 1156 

Exercises at laving of comer-stone, 1 157 

Manual, 1158' 

Records, 8317 

Remonstrance against division of school 
fund, 1159 

Report of Helping hand society, 1160 

Roll of members, 1161 

Subjects for young people's Tneetings, 
1162 
First United Presbyterian church 

Handbook, 1163 
Flower show 

Program and premium list, 1164 
Folio, by W. H. Sherzer, 7769 
Foreign population 

Detroit. Board of commerce: In- 
formation for immigrants, 986 

National Americanization c-ommittee: 
Americanizing a city, 5522 

See also Detroit. Public Library 
Fortifications 

U. S. War dept.: Report relative to 
certain fortifications for defence, 6696 
Fort Street Presbj'terian church 

Director}^ 1165 

Fiftieth anniversary' discourse, 1166 

Manual, 1167 

Records of 25th anniversary, 1168 

Three score and six, 1169 
Fort Street 

Goodale: Sur\'ey, 8405 
Franklin club: Constitution, 1751 
Freemasons, see Freemasons. Detroit 
Free press 

Annual year book, 1448 

[Detroit united railway], 1449 

Short story of 82 years, 1450 

Some funny things, 6331 

Ver\' funny, not too funny; just funny- 
enough, 6760 
Free press fresh air fund, 1451 
Gas light CO. 

Charter, 1170 

Terms upon which public will be sup- 
plied, 1171, 1172 
General hospital 

General hospital : Announcement, 1795 
German-American academy 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on public lands: Report rela- 
tive to grant of swamp lands, 4579 
German-American seminary 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on public institution: Re- 
port relative to establishing, 4634 



208 



INDEX 



DETROIT— Continued 

German-Americans, see Deutsch-Ameri- 
kanische seminarverein 

German Republican mass meeting 

Resolutions on state of union, 1802 
Grace church 

Constitution of Young men's associa- 
tion, 1173, 1174 
Grace hospital 

Annual report, 1838 

Grace hospital, 1839 

Grand lawn cemetery 

Grand lawn cemetery, 1175, 1176 
Map of improved portion, 7689 

Great northern Portland cement co. 
Prospectus, 1978 

Guaranteed securities corporation, 1997 

Guaranty trust co. 

Duty of stockholder, 1998 

Guide books 

Detroit city and railway guide, 1420 

Detroit city guide, 1422 

Detroit postofficc official guide, 1470, 

1471 
Sprague: Visitors' guide and diction- 
ary, 6371 
See also Detroit. Description; De- 
troit. Directories 
Hannan's golf club addition, J699 

Harmonic society 

Souvenir, 1177 
Harper hospital, see Detroit. Farrand 

training school for nurses; Harper 

hospital 

Health, see Detroit. Board of health; 
Detroit. Sanitar>^ affairs 

Heating and lighting co. 

Celebrated Bolton hot water heater, 

1178 
Instructions for setting and connecting 
Bolton heaters, 1179 

High School 
Argus, 1180 
Argus annual, 1181 
Helicon, 1182 
Report of principal, 1183 

High school alumni association 
27th reunion, 1184 

High school scholarship fund association 
Rules and regulations, 1185 
Twelve years, 1186 
High schools 
Catalogue, 1187 
Detroit high schools, 1188 
See also Detroit. Board of education; 
Detroit. Cass technical high school; 
Detroit. Central high school; De- 
troit. Public schools 
Historiographer 

Annual report, 1189-1191 
History of Detroit, 1192 
[Report], 1193 



DETROIT— Continued 

Historv 

Albright: [Reminiscences], 8208 
Anderson: Mss., 8114 
Bi-centenary of founding, 358 
Blanchard: Discovery and conquests 

of Northwest, 386 
Burton: Building of Detroit, 512, 513 

: "Cadillac's village," 514 

: Detroit bound to be big city, 

516 

[ ]: Detroit in earlier davs, 517 

Detroit, 1814-60, 8260" 
[Detroit in 1825-27], 8261 
[Detroit in 1833-35], 8262 
[Detroit in 1835-37], 8263 
Detroit in 1836, 8264 
[Detroit in 1842-43], 8265 
[Detroit in 1843-45], 8266 
[Detroit in 1844-451, 8267 
Detroit in 1849, 518, 8268 
[Detroit in 1850-54], 8269 
[Detroit in 1900], 8270 
Detroit in revolution, 519 
Detroit rulers, 520 
Dian.', 8271 
Early Detroit, 521 
Excursion into early rec- 
ords of Detroit, 523 

[History of Griswold Street], 



525 



528 



In footsteps of Cadillac, 526 
[La Salle and the Griffon], 



: Mss., 8129 

Campbell: [Mss.], 8281 

Canada. Archives: [Records], 8282 

Carlisle: Detroit, 578 

Centennial celebration of evacuation 

by British, 625 
Clark: G. R. Clark papers, 695 
Compendium, 759 
Crowley: Daughter of New France, 

869 

: Heroine of the Strait, 870 

Detroit: Colonial records of, 8.^08 
Detroit evening news: Detroit in 1900, 

1436 
: — ^—1901. 



1437 
1438 



1439 



— 1902. 



— 1903, 



Detroit in history and commerce, 1458 
Detroit. Public librarv: Antoine de 
la Mothe Cadillac, 1281 

. Public schools: Scenes given 

by elementary schools, 1333 
Detroit tribune: [Scrap-book], 1491 
Douglas: Little girl in old Detroit, 

1538 
Early Detroit documents, 8045 
Edwards: Historical, statistical and 
commercial review of Mich., includ- 
ing historical sketch of Detroit, 1579 



INDEX 



209 



DETROIT— Continued 

EUi'Ut: Oldest Catholic citv in West, 
1591 

: Sketch of life and times of 

G. Richard. 1592 

Ellis: Forest messengers, 1593 

Evening news association: Current 
history, 1623 

Farmer:' Detroit in 1890, 1652 

: History of Detroit and Mich., 

1662-1664 

: Mss., 8186 

[Foster): Capitulation or histor\' of 
expedition by \V. Hull, 8398 

Hatch: Chapter of historj' of War of 
1812, 2085 

Hollands: When Michigan was new, 
2192 

Leake: History of Detroit, 2705 

Martindale: Loughery's defeat, 2913 

Michigan Catholic bicentenary sup- 
plement, 5366 

Michigan (Ter.) Commission on land 
titles: Governor and judges journal, 
5331 

Governor and judges: 

Report in obedience to act for ad- 
justment of titles of lands, 5333 

Miscellaneous mss., 8126, 8176 

Miskouaki: Indian affairs around De- 
troit in 1706. 6459 

[Mitchell] : Detroit in history and com- 
merce, 5462 

[Moore]: Governor, judge and priest, 
5477 

Palmer: Early days in Detroit, 5630 

Parrish: Sword of old frontier, 5655 

Potier: Jesuit manuscript, 5854 

Powell: Historic towns of western 
states, 5858 

Rameau: Notes historiques sur la 
colonic Canadienne de Detroit, 5911 

Riddel': 1st judge at Detroit and his 
court, 5979 

Roberts: Detroit 100 years ago, 5987 

: Sketches and reminiscences, 

5988 

[ ]: Sketches, 5989 

Ross: Landmarks, 6032 

Society of colonial wars. Michigan: 
Paul Revere of West, 6327 

Trowbridge: Detroit, past and present, 
6588 

: Mss., 8158 

Viger: Quelques notes sur Antoine de 
la Mothe Cadillac. 6764 

Vigneau: Souvenir program, bi-cen- 
tcnar>' of founding of Detroit, 6765 
Washburn: Detroit, 6809 
Wayne co. records [etc.], 8135 

Wellings: Directory' of Detroit; and 
register of Mich., 6855, 6856 

Whitnev: Pontiac; a drama of old 
Detroit, 6909 

27 



DETROIT— Continued 

Sec also Dctruit. Historiographer; De- 
troit. Politics and government; De- 
troit. Siege; Detroit. Surrender to 
the British; Pontiac's conspiracy 
Home and day school 

Catalogue, 1452 
Home for the friendless 
Annual report, 1194 
Home messenger, 1195, 1196 
Home kindergarten school 

Home kindergarten school: [An- 
nouncement], 2197 
Home of industry for discharged prisoners 

DePuy: Pebbles and pearls, 950 
Homeopathic college 

Calendar, 1453 
Homeopathy 

Burton: Beginnings in Detroit, 510 
Home savings bank 

Statement, 1197 
Horticultural society 

Preamble, constitution and by-laws, 

1198 

Hospitals, see Detroit. Grace hospital; 

Harper hospital; St. Luke's hospital 

and church home; St. Mary's hospital 

Hotel association 

Detroit hotels, 1199 
House of correction 
Annual report, 1200 
Law, together with rules, regulations 

and ordinances, 1201 
Michigan. Charities and corrections, 

3245 
. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the state prison: Report 
relative to, 4217 
Pauperism and crime in Mich., 5677, 
5678 
Housing association 

Right methods in housing bureau, 1 202 
Hunting and fishing club 

Articles of association, 1203 
Hydraulic experiments 

Williams: Some Detroit hydraulic 
experiments, 6943 
Illustrated. 1454, 1455 
Imperial life insurance society 
Common sense talk on life insurance 
2281 
Improvement 

Detroit. Board of commerce: Im- 
provement of city, 985 
Industrial advantages, 1456 

Industrial school 
Annual report, 1457 

Industries 

Bcals: Commercial, industrial and 

transportation interests, 320 
Detroit. Board of commerce: Souvenir 

book of industrial exposition, 991 
. Chamber of commerce: De- 
troit, 1055 

dailv tribune: Domestic re- 



sources, 1434 



210 



INDEX 



DETROIT— Continued 

Detroit's industrial advantages, 1456 
Detroit in history and commerce, 1458 
Detroit of today, 1468 
Detroit tribune: Review of commerce 

of Detroit, 1490 
Edwards: Industries of Mich., 1580 
Hudson: Detroit, 2255 
Industrial map of Detroit, by S. Farmer 

& CO., 7678 
Industrial map, 7692 
Industries and wealth of Detroit, 2294 
Leonard: Industries of Detroit, 2718 
McKinney: Industrial advantages, 
2836 
Industrial school society 

Ross: Industrial school entertain- 
ments, 6031 
In history and commerce, 1458 
' Insurance companies, see Detroit. Fire 
and marine insurance co. ; Detroit. 
Manufacturers' mutual fire insur- 
ance CO. 
International fair and exposition asso- 
ciation 
Art gallery, 1204 

Ofificial catalogue of entries and ex- 
hibits, 1205 
Premium list, 1206 
International union of steam engineers, 
see International union of steam 
engineers 
Its points of inetrest, 1459 
Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian church 

Dedicatory services, 1207 
Joint memorial day committee 

Memorial and decoration day obser- 
vance, 1208 
Journal 

[Detroit united railway], 1460 
Year book, 1461 
Junior high schools 

Detroit. Board of education: Hand- 
book, 1002 
Juvenile offenders 

Bolt: Juvenile offenders, 395 
Knights of labor, see Knights of labor 
Labor unions, see Detroit. Council of 
trades and labor unions; Detroit. 
Federation of labor 

Ladies' industrial school association 
Annual report, 2583 

Ladies' Librarv association 
Catalogue, 1209 

Ladies' Protestant orphan asylum 
Articles of association, 2585 

Land titles 

O'Flynn: [Abstract of titles], 8506 
U. S. Congress. House. Committee 

on affairs in the Territory of Mich.: 

Report, 6658 

Law school, see Detroit college of law 

Laws 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc. : Laws 
affecting Detroit, 3852 



DETROIT— Continued 

Learned institutions and societies 

Michigan. Historical society: His- 
torical and scientific sketches of 
Mich., 3807 
Legends 

Hamlin: Legends of Le Detroit, 2029 
Letter carriers 

Annual holiday greetings, 1210 
National association letter carriers. 
Detroit branch no. 1: Program, 
annual entertainment, 5523 
Lewis school for stammerers 
At Lewis school, 2736 
Lewis school, 2734 
Lewis school greetings, 2735 
Light guard 

Clowes: Detroit light guard, 712 
Communication asking bill to amend 
act for reorganization of military 
forces, 1211 
Constitution and by-laws, 1212 
Isham: History, 2347 
Lighting, see Detroit. Public lighting 

commission 
Literarj' society 

Constitution and by-laws, 1213 

Lodges 

Burton: Mss., 8191 

Mails, see Detroit. Postal service 

Manufacturers, see Detroit. Merchants' 
and manufacturers' exchange 

Manufacturers' club 

Preamble, constitution and by-laws, 
1214 

Manufacturers' mutual fire insurance co. 
Articles of association, 1215 

Alaps 

Birds eye view, by Hurd-Martin co., 

7682 
Blue print plan of down town district, 

7700 
Campbell's park subdivision, 7701 
Carte du Detroit et partie du Lac Erie, 

7377 
City of Detroit, 7626 

, bv H. Hart, 7628 

, by J. D. Johnston, 7629 

Commercial pocket map, by W. Sauer, 

7696 
Counting house map, by J. Farmer, 

7630 
De Lery's plan, 7616 
Detroit and environs, by C. H. Ellis, 
. 7641, 7642 

and its environs, by C. H. Ellis 



& S. Farmer, 7649 



bv S. Farmer & 



CO., 7652, 7655 

in 1708, 7615 

1763, 7618 

prior to fire of 1805, 7622 



Farmer's ideal map, 7694 
Fort and settlement, 7617 
Fort de Detroit, 7619 



INDEX 



111 



DETROIT -Continued 

— — till IX'tn<il, 762U 

Frisbic's hand book and guide map, 

7634 
Guide map, 7637 

, by E. Robinson, 7631, 763Q 

-, by S. Farmer & co., 7643, 



7648 



7662 



-, by Calvert lith. «S: eng. co., 



Handy indexed map, by L. D. Tall- 
man, 7661 
Hannan's golf club addition, 7699 
Industrial map, 7692 
, bv S. Farmer & co., 

7678 
Map and manual, bv S. Farmer & co., 

7638 
Map, by H. Arthur & co., 7660 
, bv Calvert lith. co., 7653, 7654, 

7666,' 7669, 7670, 7680, 7684 
, by Dept. of public works, 7674, 

7677 

, by J. Farmer, 7625 

, bv S. Farmer & co., 7651, 7667, 

7671' 

, bv A. E. Hathon, 7627 

, bv R. L. Polk & CO., 7657, 7659, 

7673 

, by E. Robinson, 7636. 7644 

, by W. Sauer, 7668, 7697 

, by \V. C. Sauer, 7658 

, by Sauer bros., 7698 

, by Sauer bros. & Frydrych, 7690 

of central business district, by 

Convention and tourists' bureau, 
7688 

of principal business portion, by 

Crowe ptg. & eng. co., 7640 

of sewers, bv R. H. McCormick, 

7672 

showing enlargements by acts of 

legislature, 7693 

showing fire limits, paved streets 



and sewers, from drawings by E. 

Robinson, 7635 
showing wonderful development 

on Woodward Ave., 7703 
Mathews-Xorthrup up-to-date map, 

7656 
Munro's map, 7633 
New map, bv S. Farmer & co., 7676, 

7685 
and guide, by S. Farmer & 

CO., 7664 



of Detroit and suburbs, by 
S. Farmer & co., 7681 

of new north Woodward 



district, by Michelson land and home 
CO., 7695 
Norwood estates just off Woodward 
Ave., 7702 

Official map, by S. Farmer & co., 7665, 

7675 
Plan of Detroit, by A. Hull. 7624 
of Go\'emment ground, 7621 



DETROIT— Continued 

I'lat as laid out by Governor and judges, 

7623 
Polk & co's. map, 7683 
Rascher's maps, 7650 
Region tributary to Detroit and Miami 

town, 7376 
vSaucr: Detailed atlas of Wayne co., 

7597 
Suburban pocket map, by Sauer bros., 

7691 
Wards and election districts, by E. 

Robinson, 7645 
See also Detroit. Atlases; Wayne co. 
Maps 
Mayor 

Breitmeyer: Mss., 8168, 8169, 8190 
Mavbury: Mss., 8189 
Message, 1216-1227 

, recorder and aldermen 

Petition against division of Wayne co., 
1228 
Mechanics' society 
Annual report, 1229 
Articles of agreement, 1230 
Charter, 1231, 1232 
Library 

Catalogue of books, 1233 
Ross: [Detroit mechanics society], 
6028 
Medical and library association 

Transactions, 1234 
Medical college, see Detroit college of 

medicine and surgery 
Memorial day, sec Detroit. Joint me- 
morial day committee 
Memorial Presbyterian church 

[Cooper: Historical and financial 

statement], 824 
Dedicatory services, 1235 
Pastor's New Year's greeting, 1236 
Twenty-fifth anniversary, 1237 
Mercantile society 

[Papers relating to erection of chamber 
of commerce], 8318 

Merchants' and manufacturers' exchange 

Annual meeting, 1238 

Detroit in history and commerce, 1458 
Methodist churches, see Detroit. Cass 

Ave. M. E. church; Detroit. Central 

M. E. church; Detroit. Congress St. 

M. E. church; Detroit. Deaconess 

home: Detroit. Tabernacle M. E. 

church 

Michigan, 1463 

Michigan and Woodward aves. 
Michigan. Legislature. House. Select 
committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred petitions in re- 
gard to aid in planking portions of 
^lichigan and Woodward avenues, 
4306 

Michigan bridge and construction co., 
5365 

Michigan club, see Michigan club 



212 



INDEX 



see Michigan 



DETROIT— Continued ' 

Michigan consen-atory of music, see 

Michigan conservatory of music 
Michigan insurance co., 

insurance co. of Detroit 
Michigan state auto school, see Michigan 

state auto school 
Military forces, see Detroit. Brady 

guards; Detroit. Light guard 
Mission 

Union mission Sunday school, 6616 
Monthly, 1464 
Motor CO. 

Breitmeyer: Mss., 8190 
Mount Elliott cemetery 

Board of trustees, 1239 

By-laws, 1240 

Farmer: Historj^ and rules, 1660 
Municipal art, see Detroit. City plan 

and improvement commission 
finance, see Detroit. Control- 
ler's office 
league 

Addresses at annual meeting, 1241 

Annual report, 1242 

Brief sketch of activities, 1243 

Civic news, 687 

Financial statement, 1244 
street railway commission 

Parsons, Barclay and Klapp: Report 
on Detroit street railway traffic, 5656 
Aluseum of art 

Annual report, 1245 

Antique oriental rugs, 1246 

Bulletin, 1247 

Catalogue of paintings, 1248 

of Scripp's collection, 1249 

Handbook of paintings, 1250, 1251 

New site, 1252- 
Music, see Detroit. Conser\-atory of 

music; Detroit. Harmonic society; 

Detroit. Symphony orchestra 
Musical association 

Constitution, 1253 

directory, 5510 

National bank 

Signature book, 8319 
 National building plan association 

Artistic homes, 5525, 5526 
Negroes 

Colored people of Detroit, 746 

Detroit. Committee in behalf of col- 
ored citizens: Alemorial for right of 
suffrage, 1105 • 

Thrilling narrative from sufferers of late 
riot, 6533 
News 

White plague's deadly work, 1465 
News boys 

Detroit evening news: News boys, 
1443 

[Newsboys' and carrier's addresses], 1466 

Newspapers 

Detroit free press: Short story of 82 

years, 1450 
Sec also Periodicals 



DETROIT— Continued 

News tribune 

Gov. C. S. Osborn's administration, 
1467 
Ninth ward 

Memorial of freeholders of 9th ward, 

2943 
Porter: Letter relative to report on 

memorial of freeholders, 5809 
Woodbridge: Memorial on subject of 
limits of Detroit, 7031 

: Memorial for rehef against 

taxes and other burthens in 9th ward, 
7032 
North channel shooting club, see North 

channel shooting club of Detroit 
Nurses, see Detroit. Visiting nurse 

association 
Observatory, see Michigan. University. 

Detroit observatorv 
Of todav, 1468 
Old club 

The old club of Detroit, 5591 
Old settlers' mining co., see Old settlers' 

mining co. 
Ordinances, etc. 

Ordinances, 1254-1265 
See also Detroit. Charters 
Orphan asylum 

Annual founders' day ser\-ices, 1266 
Parks 

[Map of] parks of Detroit, by Public 
improvement committee, Board of 
commerce, 7686 
Olmsted: Conditions in Detroit, 1915, 
5602 

: Park for Detroit, 5604 

Wilber: Report on Detroit park bill, 
6923 

and boulevards, see Detroit. Dept. 

of parks and boulevards 
Penal institutions . 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report of 
committee to whom was referred 
so much of governor's message as 
relates to establishment of work-shop 
or penitentiary in Detroit, 4665 
See also Detroit house of correction 
Peninsular bank 
Charter, 1267 
People's state bank 

History, 1268 
Pharmacal co. 

Catalogue, 1269 
Photographic co. 

Catalogue, 1270, 1271 

Plaj' grounds, see Detroit. Recreation 

Plumbers' supply co. 

Certificate stub-book, 8320 
Check stub-books, 8321 
Contract book, 8322 
Day books, 8323 
Order book, 8324 
Record book, 8325 
Work book, 8326 



INDEX 



213 



DETROIT— Continued 

Police dt'pt. 
Annual report, 1272 
Arguments against putting Police dcpt. 

under municipal control, 1273 
Manual, 1274 

government 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciar>': Report 
relative to bill to establish police 
government, 4125 
Political association 
Constitution, 1275 
Politics and government 

Government of Detroit, 1834 
Independent labor partv: Circular, 

2282 
McCracken: Laws in force in co. of 

Wavnc, 2807, 2808 
Maybur}-: Mss., 8189 
Michigan. Political science associa- 
tion: City government, 4792 
Pingree: Facts and opinions, 5744 

: Scrapbooks, 8512 

Williams: Mss., 8038 

See also Detroit. German Republican 

mass meeting; Detroit. History; 

Detroit. Women's independent 

voters' association 

Poor commissioners, see Detroit. Board 

of poor commissioners 
Port of 

Joyr Mss., 8144 
Postal service 

U. S. Postoffice dept. : Scheme of city 
distribution, 6679 
Post and tribune 

Z. Chandler, 1469 
Post no. 384, see Grand army of the 

republic 
Postoffice 

Detroit. I.^tter carriers: Annual 

holiday' greetings, 1210 
Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on state aflfairs: Report 
relative to office as distributing 
office, 4666 
Postoffice clerks' association 

Practical hints, 1276 
Postoffice official guide, 1470, 1471 
Presbyterian alliance, see Presbyterian 

alliance of Detroit 
Presbyterian churches, see Detroit. First 
Presbj-terian church; Detroit. First 
United Presbyterian church; Detroit. 
Fort Street P'resbyterian church; De- 
troit. Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian 
church; Detroit. Memorial Presby- 
terian church; Detroit. Westminster 
Presbj-terian church 
Preston national bank, see Preston 

national bank of Detroit 
Private claims 

Fletcher: Plat of tract of land, 8397 
Protection co. 

Constitution, 1277 



DETROIT— Continued 

Prutcciivc agency tor women and children 
Annual report, 1278 

Protestant orphan asylum, see Protestant 
orphan asyhmi 

Protestant Episcopal churches, see name 
of church 

Public libran,' 

Americanization, 1279 

Annual report, 1280 

Antoinc dc la Mothe Cadillac, 1281 

Architecture, selected list of books, 1282 

Automobiles, selected list of books, 

1283, 1284 
Books for business men, 1285 

foreigners, 1286, 1287 

Bulletin, 1288 

Catalogue, 1289-1298 

Chemistr>', selected list of books, 1299 

Children's books, 1300 

catalogue, 1301 

Current periodicals, 1302 

Detroit. Board of education: Report 

of committee on library, 1012 
Detroit public librarv branches, 1303 

^bulletin, 1304 

Drama, 1305 

Finding list of English and French prose 

fiction, 1306 

— Englisli prose fiction, 



1307 



prose fiction, 1308 



-Gardens, selected list, 1309 
Good books for young people, 1310 
Industrial arts, selected list, 1311, 1312 
Katalog der biicher in Deutscher 

sprache, 1313, 1314 
Katalog dziel polskich, 1315 
Manual arts, selected list of books, 1316 
Monthly bulletin, 1317 
Municipal affairs, books and articles, 

1318 

charters, selected list, 1319 

government, modem trend, 

selected list of books, 1320 
Netherlands, books and articles, 1321 
Xew main library, 1322 

Preferential voting, selected bibliog- 
raphies, 1323 

Program of competition for selection of 
architecture, 1324 

Quarterly bulletin, 1325 

Selected list on memorial day, 1326 

Shade trees and gardening, selected 
list of books, 1327 

Training class, 1328 

Useful books in evening schools, 1329 

Welfare work in industry', selected list, 
1330 

Public lighting commission 
Annual report, 1331 

Public school teachers' retirement fund 
[State law, constitution], 1332 



2U 



INDEX 



DETROIT— Continu e d 

Public schools 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Bill 

for government , 3853 
Reed: Speech work in, 5939 
Scenes from Detroit's history, 1333 
See also Detroit. Board of education; 
Detroit. High schools 
Public works 

Detroit. City plan and improvement 
commission: Report on center of 
arts and letters, 1098 
Olmsted: Conditions in Detroit, 5602 

-: Improvement of Detroit, 

5603 
Williams: Mss., 8156 
See also Detroit. Commissioner of 
public works; Detroit. Dept. of 
public works 
Quadrangle map, see Quadrangle maps 
Railways 

Complete street railway director}', 760 
Detroit. Citizens: [Report of] meet- 
ing to express condemnation of 
action granting city railway co. 
extension of time for franchise, 8306 

city and railway guide, 1420 

. ]\Iayor: Mayor Pingree's com- 
munication relative to leasing and 
operating street railway tracks, 1220 
Ordinances, etc.: Ordinance 



to provide for single system of street 
railways, 1265 

Map, bv Calvert lith. & eng. co., 7998 

Miller:' Mss., 8116 

Parsons, Barclay & Klapp: Report on 
Detroit street railway traffic, 5656 

Weston: Address on street railways, 
6882 

See also Detroit united railway 
Real estate 

Baist's real estate atlas of surveys of 
Detroit, 7679 

, 7687 

Burton's abstracts, reports and sta- 
tistics. 532 

Duffield : Memoranda note books, 8364 

See also Detroit. Land titles 

Real estate board 

Articles of association, 1334 
Inaugural address by President Brad- 
way, 1335 
Why we grow, 1336 

Recorder's court 
Annual report, 1337 
Petition for separation of grades of 
Cass, 2nd and 3rd aves., 1338 

Recreation 

Detroit. Board of commerce: Recrea- 
tion survey, 989 

Roads 

Macauley bros.' road map, 8000 

St. Aloysius church, 1339 
St. Andrew's society, see St. Andrew's 
society 



DETROIT— Continued 

St. Anne's church 

Accounts kept by E. Dubois, 8327 
Barthe: Sales book, 8237 
Campbell: [Mss.], 8281 
Exterior parishes 
Registre, 8330 
Registre, 8328 
Richard: Circvilar letter soliciting 

assistance in rebuilding, 8526 
Some substitutes for lost records, 8329 
Trustees 

Livre des assemblees, 8331 
St. John's church 

Faber: Fifty years, 1628 
In memory of H. P. Baldwin, 1340 
St. Luke's hospital and church home, see 

St. Luke's hospital and church home 
St. Man.-'s hospital, see St. Mar>''s 

hospital 
St. Paul's church 

Annals of St. Paul's church, 95 
[Lightner]: St. Paul's church con- 

troversv, 2742 
Manual, 1341 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Select 
committee: Report in relation to 
incorporation, 4350 
Records, 8332 

Statement of facts relative to troubles 
in, 6382 
St. Paul's church guild 

Chester: Martha Washington tea 
party, 662 
St. Peter and Paul's church 

Golden jubilee, 1342 
Sanitan.' affairs 

Detroit. Board of commerce: Report 

of Joint sanitation committee, 990 
See also Detroit. Board of health 
Savings bank 

Bank statements, 8333 
Condition, 1343 
Jubilee [souvenir], 1344 
Savings bank vs. W. Truesdail et al., 
8334, 8335 
Savings fund institute 
Condition, 1473 
Report, 1474-1476 
Scholarships, see Detroit. High school 
scholarship fund association 

School for boys 

Announcement, 1477 
of design 

Catalgoue, 1478 
of fine arts 



Catalog, 1479 
Circular, 1480 

Schools 

Burton: Mss., 8129 

Detroit. Citizens educational com- 
mittee : [Correspondence and printed 
material in reference to proposed 
legislation], 8307 

. Cyclorama co. : Prize essays, 

1123 



INDEX 



•_'lo 



DETROIT— Continued 

Early Detroit duc-umcnts, 8045 

See also Detroit. Board of education; 

Detroit. High schools; Detroit. 

Public schools 
Scientific association 
Constitution, 1345 
Scott memorial fountain 

Detroit. City plan and improvement 

commission: James Scott fountain, 

1095 



: Program of competi- 
tion, 1097 
[Duquesne]: Preliminan.' report, 1560 
Scripps school 

lunkin: Roll of teachers and pupils, 
2432 
Seminan.% 1481 
Sewer commissioners, see Detroit. Board 

of sewer commissioners 
Siege, 1712 

Dubuisson: Official report of war, 1551 

, 1763 

[Ellis]: Pontiac, 1594, 1595 
Glad^^•in: Mss., 1817 
Heineman: Startling experience of 
I'ewish trader during Pontiac's siege, 
2100 
Hough: Dian.-, 2211 
Journal of Pontiac's conspiracy, 2425 
[Macomb]: Pontiac, 2861' 
See also Detroit. History*; Pontiac's 
conspiracy 

. 1812 

[Kaler]: At siege of Detroit, 2462 
Social life and customs 
Bissell: Diaries. 8243 
Ross: Old-time fun, 8528 
Societe de secours mutuels et de bien- 
faisance La Fayette 
Societe de secours mutuels et de bien- 
faisance La Fayette: Acte d'incor- 
poration. constitution et reglements, 
6322 

Society of arts and craits 
Annual report, 6323 

Society for the prevention of cruelty to 
children 
Annual report, 1346 

Soldiers' and sailors' union 
Constitution, 1347 

Solwav guild 
YeaV book, 6330 

Songs 

Nimmo: Detroit songs, 5551 

Sophie B. Wright day nursery- 
Annual report, 6343 

Street boys' home 

Brinton: Our boys, 441 

Street railway commission 
Report, 1348 

[Street railway ordinance], 1482 

Street railways, see Detroit. Railways 



DETROIT— Continued 

Streets 

Burton: List, 530 

Detroit. Recorder's court: Petition 
for separation of grades, 1338 
Surrender to British 

Campbell : Revolutionan,' servnces and 

civil life of Gen. W. Hull, 572 
Canada. Archives: Documents, 575 
Clarke: W. Hull, 705 
Dearborn: Defence of Gen. Dearborn, 

939 
Hull: Defence, 2263 

: Report of trial of Gen. Hull, 

2265 

: Trial, 2266 

Lossing: Hull's surrender of Detroit, 

2771 
Lucas: Journal, 2776, 2777 
Walker: Two letters to Gen. W. Hull 
on conduct in surrender without re- 
sistance, 6793 
S\Tnphony orchestra 

Program, 1483 
Tabernacle Methodist Episcopal church 
Nash: Histon,% 5521 
Tabernacle M. E. church, 1349 
Taxation 

Backus: Petition for changes in tax 

laws, 168 
Detroit. Common council: Report, 
1112 
Teachers' mutual aid association 

Constitution, 1350 
Teachers' retirement fund, see Detroit. 
Public school teachers' retirement fund 
Telephone exchange 

List of subscribers, 1484 
Telephone key, 1485 

Telephones 

Burch : Telephone rates, 494 

Temperance, see Detroit. Young men's 

temperance society 
Tennis club 

Bank books, 8336 

Tenth ward 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on incorporations: Minority 
report in relation to changing 
boundaries of 10th ward, 4516 

Theatres 

Rcaume: Detroit theatrical and city 
guide, 5933 

Thompson home for old ladies 
Articles of association and by-laws, 
6527, 6528 

Today- 
Cadillac bi-centenar\' ed., 1486 

Trade and commerce, see Detroit. Board 
of trade; Detroit. Commerce 

Trades unions, see Detroit. Council of 
trades and labor unions 

Training school alumni 
Lest we forget, 1487 



216 



INDEX 



DETROIT— Continued 

Treasurer's office 

Annual report, 1351 
Tribune 

Increase of state taxes, 1488 

[New Year's greetings], 1489 

Review of commerce of Detroit, 1490 

[Scrap-book], 1491 

Veteran soldiers' and sailors' hand- 
book, 1492 
Trust CO. 

Descent and distribution of property, 
1352, 1353 

Fifteen years of service, 1354 

How it serves public, 1355 

Workmen's compensation law, 1356 
Trustees, see Detroit. Board of trustees 
Twentieth century club, see Twentieth 

century club of Detroit 
U. S. Lake survey office 

Patrick: Work, 5659 
Union trust co., see Union trust co. 
Unitarian society, see Detroit. First 

Congregational Unitarian society 
United Brethren in Christ 

Some information about church nearest 
you, 1088 
United Presbyterian church, see Detroit 

First United Presbyterian church 
United railway 

Annual report, 1493 

Barcroft: Report and appraisal of 
Detroit united railway, 224 

Breitmeyer: Mss., 8190 

Detroit. Committee of fifty on street 
railway question : Reports, 1108 

Free press: [Detroit united 



railway], 1449 

Journal: 



railway], 1460 

united weekly, 1494 



[Detroit united 



[Rifenberick] : Statement of "facts" 

concerning "Barcroft appraisal", 

5981 
Statement of F. T. Barcroft in answer 

to request to appear before board of 

arbitration, 1496 
Street car map, bv J. W. Brenkert & 

CO., 7999 
See also Detroit. Railways 
Unity club 

Constitution and by-laws, 1357 
Subjects for papers, 1358 

University, see University of Detroit 
University of Michigan club, see Uni- 
versity of Michigan club of Detroit 
Van Leuven Browne hospital 

Browne: Easter in children's ward, 475 
: Story of children's ward, 476 

Veterinary dental college 
Illustrated lectures, 1497 

Visiting nurse association 
Annual report, 1359 

Water commissioners, see Detroit. Board 
of water commissioners 



DETROIT— Continued 

Water works 

Henry: Mss., 8160, 8193 
Westminster Presbyterian church 

Programme for amateur concert, 1360 

Services at celebration of twenty-fifth 
anniversary, 1361 
Woman's bi-centenary committee 

Historical art souvenir, 1362 

Souvenir of unveiling tablet in memory 
of Madame Cadillac, 1363 
Woman's Christian temperance union 

Report, 1364 
Women, see Detroit. Protective agency 

for women and children; Detroit. 

Working women's home association; 

Detroit. Young women's Christian 

association 
Women's clubs, see Detroit club woman 
Women's exchange and decorative art 
society 

Annual report, 1365 
Women's independent voters' association 

Constitution, 1366 
Woodbridge fire co. 

Constitution, 1367 
Woodmere cemetery 

Farmer: History and rules, 1661 

Jewish section 
Record, 8337 

Thomas: Woodmere cemetery, 6524 
association 

Historv, 1368 

Rules, '1369 
Woodward Avenue Congregational church 

Manual, 1371 

Our church, 1370 
Working women's home association 

Annual report, 1372 
Yondotega club 

Book, 1373 
Young men's benevolent society 

Annual statement, 1374 
Young men's Christian association 

Annual announcement, 1375 

Annual report, 1376 

Elevation and plans of new building, 
1377 

Monthly bulletin, 1378 

Ro3^al railroad, 1379 

Short history, 1380 

Weekly bulletin, 1381 
Young men's society 

Act of incorporation, by-laws, and rules, 
1382-1384 

Cataloge of books in library, 1385-1387 

Collection of reports and transactions, 
1388 

Woodbridge: Address before, 7029 

Young men's temperance society 
Constitution, 1389 

Young women's Christian association 
Annual report, 1390 
Educational dept. 
Catalogue, 1392 
New building, 1391 



INDEX 



21: 



DETROIT— Continued 

Ztjol.jgical society 

Detroit zoological society, 1393 
River 

Chart, by U. S. War dept., 7964, 7965, 
7968 

Distumell: Great Lakes, 1523 

International joint commission: Pollu- 
tion of boundary' waters, 2326 

[Joy]: To engineers to investigate bridg- 
ing, 2429 

Lime kiln crossing, by U. S. War dept., 
7966 

Lower Detroit River, bv U. S. War dept., 
7967 

Map. by British engineer, 7961 

A sur\-ey, by W. F. W. Owen & assistants, 
7962 

[Thompson]: Remarks on maps from 
_ St. Regis to Sault Ste. Marie, 6525 

U. S. Lake survey: Lake Huron, St. 
Clair River, Lake St. Clair and Detroit 
River, 6675 

White star line: Daylight trips, 6905 

West end of Lake Erie and Detroit River, 
by U. S. War dept., 7878 



navy 



Constitution, 1498 
tunnel 



Chesbrough: Sketch of plans and prog- 
ress, 661 

Detroit River tunnel co. : Detroit River 
tunnel, 1499 

Godfrey: Detroit River tunnel, 1820 

Wilgus: Detroit River tunnel, 6928 

CO. 



Detroit River tunnel, 1499 
Straits of 



Map of straits of Detroit, by U. S. Corps 
of top'l eng'rs., 7963 

Deutsch-Amerikanische seminar\-erein. 

1500 

Devlin, see Camp Devlin 
DeVries, T. 

Grand Rapids. Public library-: Catalogue 
of collection of paintings, [etc.], 1919 
Dewey, F. S. 

Alpena county, 1502 

Saint Michael's and All Angels' church, 
1501 

, J. s. 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Com- 
piled laws, 3840 

DeWindt, E. A. 

Patten: Commercial feeding stuffs, 5662 
Dexter 

Pray: Washtenaw co. directorv^ 5866 

Wendell directory' co. : Washtenaw co. 
director^', 6861 

See also Quadrangle maps 
Diabetes 

Kellogg: New method in diabetes, 2495 
Diaries, see Manuscripts 



DIBBLE, L. D. 

i'rospectus of incorporation, condition 
and connections of [certain] railroad 
COS., 1503 
Dickenson institute 

Addresses at opening, with catalogue. 
1504 
Dickinson, D. M. 

Detroit. House of correction: Law, to- 
gether with rules, regulations and or- 
dinances, 1201 
Railroad property exempt from local 
taxation, 1506 

brothers 

Grand Rapids, 1505 
Dickinson county 

Map, by H. E. McClintock, 7449 
Van Hise: Menominee special folio, 6746 
Dickson, M. M., & co. 

Township and sectional pocket map of 
Washtenaw co., 1507 
Diepenbeck, R. 

Der staat Michigan, 1508 
Dietaries 

Michigan. State board of health: Model 
diet tables, 4901 
Diet in disease 

Kellogg: Battle Creek sanitarium diet 
hst, 2493 

: New method in diabetes, 2495 

Alarshall: Guide to special and test 
diets in university hospital, 2904 
Dietsche sight seeing autos, 1509 
Digest of cooperative work for playgrounds 

in Grand Rapids, 1510 
Dilla, H. M. 

Politics of Mich., 1511 
Dillenback, J. D. 

Centennial anniversary' of American in- 
dependence at Grand Rapids, 1512 
Directorv of Grand Rapids for 1870-71, 

1521 
Grand Rapids annual for 1875-6, 1514 

in 1874, 1513 

History and directory of Ionia co., 1515 
Loomis: Centennial anniversary of 
American independence, 2767 
and Leavitt 



Historv and directorv of Kent co., 214'' 
Dillon, j'. B. 

Historv of Indiana, 1516 
Dinner to G. P. Goodale, 1517 
Dionne, N. E. 

G. Richard, 1518, 1519 
Diphtheria 

Dclamarter: Distribution of deaths, 941 
Goldberger: Report of investigation of 

diphtheria carriers. 1822 
Isolation and disinfection; restricted 
scarlet fever and diphtheria in Mich.. 
8036 
Kellogg: Report, 2492 
Michigan. State board of health: Con- 
tributions to study of spread, 4889 
. : Re- 
striction and prevention, 4924-4927 



218 



INDEX 



DIPHTHERIA— Continued 



-: Special 

reports relative to communicable and 
preventable diseases, 4930 
-Special 



reports of 3 outbreaks, 4931 
Worcester: Diphtheria in Mich, asylum 
for insane at Kalamazoo, 7039 
Directories, see name of city and county; 

Michigan. Directories 
Directory of Grand Rapids, 1520, 1521 
Diseases 

r^lichigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Contagious diseases, 3371 



Temperance and restriction of diseases, 
3455 
Parker: Verification by health officer of 
diagnosis of diseases dangerous to 
public health, 5647 
See also Michigan. State board of health ; 
names of diseases 
District nursing association of Grand Rapids 

Annual report, 1522 
District of Columbia 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report on 
resolution relative to slavery in, 4667 
District school libraries 

Michigan. State board of education: 
Memorial, 4876 
Disturnell, J. 

Great Lakes, 1523 

Island of Mackinac, 1524 

Lake Superior guide, 1525 

Map of island of Mackinac, 7877 

Sectional map of copper, iron and silver 

region of Lake Superior, 7843 
Township map of Lake Superior region, 

7401 
Trip through lakes, 1526 
Tourist's guide to upper Mississippi 
River, 1527 
Divorce, see Marriage and divorce 
Dix, D. O. 

Petitions for general banking law, 1528 
Dixie highway 

Majj, by National highways association 
and Mich, state good roads association, 
8004 
West Mich, pike association: Maps, 
routes and tourist's directory of West 
Mich, pike, 6867 
Dixon, H. M. 

Study of farm management problems in 
Lenawee co"., 1529 
Dock, G. 

:\Iedical library of U. of M., 1530 
Doctors of medicine, see Phj'sicians 
Documents in relation to Ijill admitting 
Mich., 1531 

Dodge, J. 

Narrative during captivity, 1532 

, R. E. 

Jefferson: Dodge's geography of Mich., 
2384 



DODGE, W. S. 

R. H. Hendershot, 1533 
Doggett, J. 

Railroads in Mich., 8013 
Dogs 

Strakcr: Legal treatise on larceny of 
dogs, 6424 
Dolsen, L. E. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on elections: Report in relation 
to qualifications to seat, 4040 
Domestic relations 

[Lacy]: Observations on court of do- 
mestic relations, Wayne co., 2581 
Donaldson, J. N. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on elections: Report in relation 
to petition of H. Miller claiming seat, 
4052, 4053 

Donan, P. 

Mackinac Island, 1534 
Donnan, D. D. 

Marquette in 1900, 1535 
Donovan, J. W. 

Mich, justice's guide, 1536 
D'Ooge, M. L. 

Michigan. University: Memorial dis- 
courses on C. L. Ford, 5195 

. . Gallery of art 

and archaeology: Catalogue, 5283, 
5284 

President Angell's quarter-centennial, 
1537 

Doran, W. T. 

Brief sketch of University of Detroit, 
8346 

Doty, E. 

Memorandum book, 8347 

,H. 

Ashman: In memoriam of H. Doty, 159 

,S. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Select 
committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred petition for exten- 
sion of time in collecting school ta.x, 
4355 

Doughty, W, E. 

Map of Lapeer co., 7505 

Douglas, A. M. 

Little girl in old Detroit, 1538 

Douglas 

MacDonald: Message from the hills, 
2S55 

Douglas Lake 

Rcighard: Ecological reconnoissance of 
fishes, 5945 

region 



Ruthven: Miscellaneous papers on zool- 
ogy, 6057 

Douglass, E. 

Burton: E. Douglass, 522 
[Severance]: Peace mission to Niagara, 
6202 



INDEX 



219 



DOUGLASS, S. H. 

Michigan. University. Medical school: 
Memorial on female medical education, 
5303 

, S. T. 

Detroit and Milwaukee railroad co. : 

Mortgage, 1412 
Reports of cases in Supreme court, 1539 
See also Bates, Walker and Douglass 
and Walker 



Mss., cSlUS, i>W9 

See also Bates, Walker and Douglass 
Dow, H. S. 

Hisii>r\-, commercial advantages and 
prospects of Bay City, 21-14 

Lumberman's gazette, 1541) 
Dowagiac 

Freemasons, see Freemasons. Dowagiac 

Ladies' library association 
Catalogue of books, 1541 

School board 

Catalogue of graded schools, 1542 
Draft act 

Michigan. Governor: Gov. Sleeper 
calling attention to registration regu- 
lations, 3788 
Dragonflies 

Ruthvcn: Miscellaneous papers on zool- 
ogy, 6057 
Drainage 

Bartholomew: Drainage and sewerage, 
236 

Harris: Sanitary drainage, 2055 

Horton: Deforestation, 2208 

Sec also House-drainage 

Drains 

Map showing location of drains built by 
state, by State land office, 8017 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 
relating to, 3856 

. , , . : Laws re- 
lating to highways, bridges and drain- 
age, 3875 

Laws re- 



lating to State land office, 3898 
Winter: Durability of concrete drain 
tile, 6996 

Drake, E. H. 

Mercer: In memoriam, 2952 
, L S. 

Map of Mo., 111., Iowa, and Wis., Ter- 
ritory of Minn., and mineral lands of 
Lake Superior, 7868 
, J. A. 

Dixon: Study of farm management 
problems in Lenawee co., 1529 

Management of sandy-land farms in 
northern Indiana and southern Mich., 
1543 
-, M. L. 



Lake Superior railroad, 1544 

Memorial asking assent by Mich, to act 
of incorporation by Wisconsin as 
necessary to authorize Lake Superior 
railroad co. to construct roads and 
branches in Mich., 1545, 1546 



DRAKE, S. A. 

Making of Ohio vallev states, 1547 

Mss., S129 
Drake's Mich, digest, 1548 
Drama 

Detroit. Public library: Drama, 1305 

Draper, A. S. 

Recovery of law, 1549 

Draper mss., 8348 
Drawing 

Battle Creek school of applied art: Com- 
mercial line drawing, 262 
Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Drawing in rural schools, 3382 
Drew, J. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Select 
committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred petition relative to 
school under care of pastor of trinity 
church, 4715 

Drown[e], S. 

Oration at Marietta, 1550 

Drowned lands 

Lystcr: Reclaiming, 2784 

Drug business 

Haigli, Ledger, 8408 

Druggists 

Physicians', dentists' and druggists' di- 
rectory of Mich., 5733 
Drugs, see Detroit. Pharmacal co. 
Drummond Island 

Cook: Drummond Island, 804 

Detroit. Ste. Anne's church. Exterior 

parishes: Registre, 8330 
Map of south west end, in Cook: Drum- 
mond Island, 7872 

Drunkenness 

Parker: Public-health subjects before 
American social science association, 
5646 

Dry goods business 

Luilden: Journal, 8450 

Dublin 

[Krause]: Dublin, Manistee co., 2579 

Dubois, E. 

Detroit. Ste. Anne's church: Accounts, 
8327 

Dubuisson, [C. R.] 

Official report of war at Detroit in 1712, 
1551 
, H. W. 

Autobiographv, 1552 
, T. P. 

Battle and massacre at Frenchtown, 1553 

Dudley and Goldsmith 

Directory ot Grand Rapids, 1520 

Duffield, A. W. 

In memoriam, 2302 
,B. 

Check stub-books, 8349-8351 

Diaries, 8352 

Letter book, 8353 



220 



INDEX 



DUFFIELD, D. B. 

. Bank books, 8354 
Claim book, 8355 
Daily journals, 8356 
Day books, 8357 
Diaries, 8358 
Journals, 8359 
Ledger, 8360 
Letter books, 8361 
Letters to, 8362, 8363 
Memoranda note books, 8364 
Michigan. State agricultural society: 

Three lectures, 4849 
. State teachers' association: 

Memorial, 5110 
Notes of testimony in court cases, 8365 
-, D. B. and H, M. 



Claim books, 8366 
Journals, 8367 
Ledgers, 8368 
Letter books, 8369 
,G. 



Angelique, 1554, 1555 

Bankbook, 8370, 8371 

McCorkle: In memoriam; discourse on 

life and character, 2802 
Veteran hero, 1556 
-, G. 



Biographical sketch, 371 

Michigan. University: Defalcation in 

chemical laboratory, 5227 
New capitol, 1557 
Our soldier-dead, 1558 
-, Col. H. M. 



Centennial celebration of evacuation of 
Detroit; address of, 625 
-, Mrs. I. G. 



Funeral address and memorial notices, 
1777 
-, S. P. 



St. Louis magnetic spring, 6118 
and Duffield 



Check stub-books, 8372 
Journal, 8373 
Letter books, 8374 



mss. 



Address book, 8375 

Catalgovie of law books, 8376 

Ledger, 8377, 8378 
Dufur, H. M. 

Biographical sketch, 372 
Duluth, South shore and Atlantic railway 

Along south shore c-f Lake Superior, 1559 
Dumas, C. G. F. 

[Smith]: Relation historique de I'expedi- 
tion contre les Indiens de I'Ohio en 
1764, 6315 

Dumont, Brig.-Gen. E. 

Official report of Battle of Lebanon, 
Tenn., 8379 
Dunbar, C. S. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report [rt^la- 
tive to demand for constitutional 
amendment], 4227 



DUNCAN LANDS 

Map showing lands on Mackinac Straits 
and Cheboygan River, by P. L. Fox, 
7848 
Dunham, L. 

Superior court of Grand Rapids, 8380 
Dunster, E. S. 

Peterson: Edward Swift Dunster, 5715 
[Duquesne, E.] 

Preliminary report on program for Scott 
fountain, 1560 
Durant, S. W. 

History of Ingham and Eaton cos., 1561 
— — — — Kalamazoo co., 1562 
Oakland co., 1563 



, W .C. 

Miller: W. C. Durant; character sketch, 
5449 
Dutch in Michigan 

Brummelkamp: Holland in Amerika, 477 
Historical souvenir of celebration of 60th 

anniversary of colonization, 2139 
Huizinga: What Dutch have done in 
^ west of U. S., 2258 
Smit: Naar Amerika, 6264 
Van Raalte: De toestand der Hol- 

landsche kolonisatie in Mich., 6748 
Van Schelven: "Centennial"; historical 

sketch of Holland city and colony, 6749 
Versteeg: De Pelgrim-vaders van het 

westen, 6757 
Wegwijzer en raadgever voor landver- 

huizers, 6849 
DuVal, P. 

Le Canada, 7076 
Dwellings 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Housing 

code, 3876 
Dwight, A. A. 

Township plats in Huron, Sanilac, Lapeer 

and St. Clair cos., 8381 
Dyer- Jenison -Barry co. 
Map of Lansing, 7740 



Jb/agle Harbor 

Preliminary chart, by U. S. War dept., 
7938 

Eagle River district 

Map to accompany cross sections, by 
Mich, geological survey, 7771 

Cross sections, by Mich, geological sur- 
vey, 7772, 7773 

Earle, H. L. 

Michigan. State Library: Biographical 
sketches of American artists, 5009-5012 

Earthquakes 

Hol)bs: Late glacial and post glacial 
uplift, 2177 

Earthworks 

Leach: Ancient forts in Ogemaw co., 
2698 
Eastern Michigan asylum, see Michigan. 

Pontiac state hospital 



INDEX 



221 



EAST SAGINAW 

Board cif education 

Public schools, 1564 
Charters, 1565, 1566 
Directories 

Brown, Smyth and Nichols: Direc- 
tor.', 47v^ 

Polk & CO.: Directon,', 5766 
First Congregational church and society 

Manual, 1567 
History 

Indian and pioneer history of Saginaw 
vallev, 2291 
Map, by C. Holmes & H. Cary, 7748 
Ordinances, etc. 

Revised ordinances, 1568 
Public libran,^ 

Catalogue, 1569 
Water supply 

Saginaw. Board of water commis- 
sioners: Report on, 6076 
See also Saginaw 
Eaton, J. D. 

Saginaw. High school. Class of 1862: 

Sketch of life of, 6089 
Eaton cotinty 

Agricultural society: 61st annual Eaton 

county fair, 1570 
Durant: History, 1561 
Farm journal directon,-, 1640 
[Map], by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7451 
Map of cos. of Eaton and Barr}% by Geil 

& Jones, 7450 
Lansing and adjoining towns, em- 
bracing portions of Eaton co., by Macy 

& Driggs. 7736 
Mudge: Directory, 5498 
Portrait and biographical album, 5825 

Eaton Rapids 

History and location, 2143 
Public library 
Catalogue, 1571 

Eberts, R. M. 

Mss., .SU55 

Eby, J. F. & CO. 

Annual, 1572 

Eclectic medical and surgical society, see 
Michigan. State eclectic medical and 
^urgical society 

Ecology 

Adams: Ecological survey in northern 
Mich., 6 

: Ecological survey of Isle Royalc, 

7 

Economic conditions, sec Michigan. Eco- 
nomic conditions; Michigan. History 

Economic study for Detroit business men, 
157.> 

Ecorse 

Polk & CO.: Director>^ 5787 

Edgerton 

Polk cS: CO.: Director^', 5763 

Edison illuminating co. 

A.nnual report, 1574 



EDMONDS, C. A. 

K.urnal of senate as court of impeach- 
ment, 1575 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate: Act 
regulating impeachment, 4419 

, J. W. 

Report upon disturbance at Potawatamie 
payment, 1576 

Education 

American schoolmaster, 83 

Baker: Lecture, 202 

Davis: Public secondary education, 926 

Educators of Mich., 1577, 1578 

Hinsdale: General introduction to courses 
in science and art of teaching, 2127 

: Theoretical and critical and 

practical courses in teaching in U. of 
M., 2133 

Johnson: Industrial education in North- 
west, 2404 

Johnstone: Agricultural education, 2420 

Knight: History and management of 
land grants for, 2558 

McLaughlin: History of higher educa- 
tion, 2845 

Mayhew: Popular education, 2932 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction; 
Historical sketches, 3391 

. Historical commission: Prize 

essays, 3804 

. Legislature. Senate. 



Com- 
mittee on public instruction: Report 
relative to report of superintendent of 
public instruction and so much of 
governor's message as relates to edu- 
cation, 4640 

journal of education, 5405 

teacher, 5425 



Payne: Contribution to science of edu- 
cation values, 5680 

: Contributions to science of edu- 
cation, 5681, 5682 

Putnam: Development of primary and 
secondary' education, 5898 

Report of subscriptions for education of 
seminarians of Diocese of Grand 
Rapids, 5948 

Salmon: Education in Mich, during 
territorial period, 6134 

Schoolmaster, 6186 

Tappan: School law and history and 
description of educational system, 6498 

: Public education, 6500 

Upper peninsula educational association: 
Bureau of research : Report, 6729 



Library section ; Program, 6730 
Western journal of education, 6870 
Whitney: Status of superintendents, 

principals and teachers of high schools, 

6911 

Williams: Duty of state to meet every 

educational want, 6958 
Woman's progress co. : Woman's progress 

among schools and colleges, /OlO 



222 



INDEX 



EDUCATION— Continued 

See also Agricultural education; Com- 
mercial education; Evening and con- 
tinuation schools; Higher education; 
Industrial education; Manual training; 
Medical education; Michigan. Dept. 
of public instruction; Michigan. Legis- 
lature. House. Committee on educa- 
tion; Michigan. Legislature. Senate. 
Committee on education; Michigan. 
State board of education; Military 
education ; Physical education ; Schools ; 
Secondary education; Teachers and 
teaching; Technical education; Women. 
Education 
Educational institutions 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Educational institutions, 3383 

See also name of institution 
Educational law and legislation 

Hammond: School law, 2032, 2033 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction 
Digest of school laws, 3380 



School funds and laws, 3427 



Summary of school legislation, 3447 



System of public instruction, 3451 
Tappan: School law and history and 
description of educational system, 6498 
See also School law 
Educators of Mich., 1577, 1578 
Edwards, A. 

Woodbridge: Letter to, 7030 

— :— .R- 

Historical, statistical and commercial 

review of Mich., 1579 
Industries of Mich., 1580 
mine 



Map, by Mich, geological survey, 7844 
Edwin Denby club 

For Congress E. Denby, 1581 
Eggleston, E. S. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Select 
committee: Are railroad lands taxable, 
4291 
Eggs 

Bissell and co.: Mss., 8100 
Eighteenth St. Baptist mission, Detroit, 

LS82 
Eldred, F. E. 

Woodbridge : Memorial for relief against 
taxes and other burthens in 9th ward, 
Detroit, 7032 
Eldredge, R. F. 

Past and present of Macomb co., 1583 
Eldridge, A. 

Address before New England society, 1584 
Election and registration booths, Detroit, 
1585 

districts 

Election districts, Detroit, 1586 

(Map of] wards and election districts, 

Detroit, by E. Robinson, 7645 
Map of Detroit, by Calvert lith. & eng. 
CO., 7669 



ELECTION DISTRICTS— Continued 

[Maps of Mich.], 7309 

Michigan. Attorney general's office: 
Communication [on constitutional 
obstacles to division of comities into 
single representative districts], 3045 
laws 

McCracken: City of Detroit, 2806 

—  : Working digest of regis- 
tration and election laws, 2819, 2820 

: Working edition of Mich. 

election law, 2821-2825 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Act authoriz- 
ing Mich, soldiers to vote, 3466 

. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 

relating to elections, 3857 

[ tickets], 1587 

Elections 

Campbell: [Mss.], 8281 

Detroit. Public library: Preferential 
voting, 1323 

street railway ordinance, 1482 

Johnson: Mss., 8115 

McCracken: Mich, political hand book, 
2812 

■: Mich, political manual. 



[- 



2813 



-]: Mich, voter's guide, 2814 
: Working digest of regis- 
tration and election laws, 2819, 2820 
Michigan. Attorney general's office: 
Communication on bill to enable elec- 
tors in military service to vote, 3047 



Communication [relative to definition 
of "general election"], 3049 

Dept. of state: Returns of 



election for governor and lieutenant 
governor, 3524 

. Governor: Special message 

[relative to proposed amendment con- 
fining electors in voting to township 
or ward in which they reside], 3612 

Legislature. Senate. Com- 



mittee on the judiciary: Report rela- 
tive to election of senators, 4570 

Commit- 



tee on expiring laws: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred bill to 
repeal section relating to qualified 
voters at school meetings, 4594 

(Ter.) Laws, statutes, etc.: 



Actes relatifs aux, 5339 

Pangborn: B. & O. red book for Mich., 

5636 
Willard: Counting electoral votes, 6932 
Williams: Mss., 8038 
Woodbridge: Mss., 8051 

See also Contested elections; Detroit. 
Elections; Michigan. Legislature. 
House. Committee on elections; Michi- 
gan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on privileges and elections; 
Michigan. Politics and government; 
Prim.aries; Suffrage 



INDEX 



223 



ELECTIVE FRANCHISE, see Suffrage; 

W'cnu-n. SulTra.m.- 
Elevated Pacific railroad 

Smith: Petition for appropriation to 
aid in developing plan, 6302 
Elks, see Benevolent and protective order 

< .1" Elks 
Ella 

Wriijht: Ella, 7046 
Ellet, Mrs. E. F. 

Pioneer women of West, 1588 
Summer rambles, 1589 
Elliot, J. W. 

Jackson. Citizens: Petition for relief, 
2360 
Elliott, R. R. 

Comments on memoir of Cadillac, 8382 
Immigration register, 8383, 8384 
Journal, 8385 
Last of Barons, 1590 
Letter books, 8386 

Michigan Catholic bicentenary supple- 
ment, 5366 
Oldest Catholic city in West, 1591 
Potier: Jesuit ms., 5854 
Sketch of life and times of G. Richard, 
1592 
Ellis, C. H. 

Detroit and environs, 7641, 7642, 7649 

, E. D. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on ways and means: Report 
relative to petition of, 4258 
-, Edward S. 



Forest messengers, 1593 
Ponriac, 1504. 1595 
— , Erastus R. 

Memorial in favor of homeopathic treat- 
ment in Mich, asylums, 1596 
-,F. 



Histor\^ of Berrien and Van Buren cos., 
2150 

Genesee co., 1597 

Shiawassee and Clinton cos., 

2171 
, G. E. 

Good government league: "Bucket shop 
dept. store", 1823 

: Ellis as a jug- 
gler, 1824 

: Record, 1825 

: Repudiated by 

Repuhlicans, 1826 
Ellsworth, E. K. 

U. S. Bureau of the census: Special census 
of population of Highland Park, 6628 

St. Clair Heights, 



6629 
Elmira 

Polk & CO.: Director\-, 5763 
Eloise 

Keenan: History-, 2488 
Elsworth, R. H. 

Manuscript notes, newspaper files and 

clippings, 8387 
Wayside notes. Mason co., 8388 



ELY, A. L. 

Scliedule of lots in Allegan for sale by 
M. A. Hubbard, 6154 
— ,E. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on elections : Reports on claims 
to seat, 4041 

, G. H. 

Remarks in opposition to bridge at De- 
troit, 1598 
Shall water-way of Great Lakes be ob- 
structed by bridge at Detroit?, 1599 

, S. P. 

Memorial relative to railroad interests of 
Upper Peninsula, 1600 

Emerson, C. 

Petition that colored people be admitted 
to all privileges of whites, 1601 

, L. G. 

Pumpelly: Cojjper district of Upper 
Peninsula, 5894 
Emery, A. M. 

Map of Lansing, 7738 

Emigrant's directory 

Bio we: Geographical, commercial and 
agricultural view of U. S., 393 

Emigration 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report of 
committee to whom was referred reso- 
lution to encourage, 4228 
agent 

[Michigan. Governor: Communication 
in compliance with resolution request- 
ing information relative to emplovment 
of], 3645 

. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report relative 
to establishment of agency, 4668 

See also Immigration 

Emmet coimty 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5782 
Traverse region, 6580 
Wright: Ella, 7046 

: Stories of crooked tree, 7051, 

7052 

Emmett 

Wolverine directory co. : St. Clair co. 
directory, 7008 

Emmons, A. & H. H. 

Letter books, .S389 

Mss., 8054, 8068, 8073, 8078, 8080 

XT TT 

Journal, 8.^90 

Letter books, 8391 

Mss., 8041, 8043, 8052, 8054, 8057, 8059, 
8064, 8068, 8073, 8075, 8076, 8078, 
8080, 8082, 8084, 8086, 8088, 8090, 
8092, 8094, 8096, 8099, 8102, 8105 

See also Van dyke and Emmons 
-, J. P. C 



Mss., 8041, 8043, 8064, 8068, 8073, 8075, 
8076, 8078, 8080, 8082, 8084, 8094, 
8096 

See also Emmons and Jones 



224 



INDEX 



EMMONS AND JONES 

Daily journal, 8392 
Mris., 8041, 8073 
Employers' liability 

Michigan. Employers' liability and 
workmen's compensation commission: 
Report, 3529 

. Industrial accident board: 

Workmen's compensation cases, 3814 
Laws, statutes, etc.: Mich. 



employers' liability, 3858 

State lilDrary. Legislative 



reference dept. : Legislative reference 
list, 5063 
Taylor: Administration of workmen's 

compensation benefits, 6507 
Workmen's compensation law, 7040 
Employment institution for the blind, see 
Michigan. Employment institution for 
tlie blind 
Engineering 

Michigan engineer, 5396 

technic, 5427 

The technic, 6510 

See also Mich, engineering society; 
Michigan. University. Engineering 
society 
Engineers, see International union of steam 
engineers 

English, W. H. 

Conquest of Northwest, 1602 

English language 

Michigan. Dept. of pubhc instruction: 
Language outline, 3395 



Language teaching, 3396 
[Reed]: Announcement of special inter- 
est to foreigners desiring to speak Eng- 
lish correctly, 5939 

Ensign, D. W. & co. 

Durant: History of Ingham and Eaton 

COS., 1561 
History of Allegan and Barry cos., 2146 
Berrien and Van Buren cos., 

Shiawassee and Clinton cos., 



2150 
2171 



Shenck: History of Ionia and Montcalm 
COS., 6155 
- T 



Traveller's map of Mich., 111., Ind., and 
Ohio. 7192, 7194 
-, Bridgman and Fanning 



Lake and riverguide, 1603 
Township map of Mich., 7229 
and Thayer's travellers' guide, 1604 



Ensilage 

Kedzie: Chemical composition, 2469 

Entomostraca 

Marsh: On cyclopidae and calanidae, 
2896 
Epileptic, see Defective and delinquent 
classes; Michigan. Farm colony for 
epileptics; Michigan. Home and train- 
ing school 



EPISCOPAL CHURCH, see Protestant 

Episcopal church 
Equal suffrage, see Michigan. Equal suf- 

rage association 
taxation 

Michigan. Governor: Messages of Gov. 

Pingree, 3755-3758 

Equity pleading and procedure 

Puterbaugh: Chancery pleading and 

practice, 5895-5897 
Whitehouse: Mich, judicature act of 

1915, 6900 

Erie and Kalamazoo railroad co. 

Acts of incorporation, 1605, 1606 
Communication from president; state- 
ment of receipts and expenses, 1607 
Emmons: Mss., 8041, 8052 
Memorial of committee of directors, 1608 
Michigan. Legislature. House. Committee 
on banks and incorporations : Minoritv 
report, 3990 



Report, 



3997 
Report, 1609 
— Michigan telegraph co. 

Articles of agreement and association, 
1610 
canal 



Mathews: Erie canal and settlement of 

West, 2920 
— war, see Michigan. Boundaries 



Erin and Mount Clemens plank road co. 

Detroit and Erin plank road co. : Jour- 
nals, 8338 

Howell plank road co. : Toll 

book, 8340 

Ernst, O. H. 

International waterways commission: Re- 
port, 2330 

Erosion 

Gordon: Wave cutting on west shore of 
Lake Huron, 1830 

Erysipelas 

Michigan. State board of health: Rela- 
tive to, 4919 

. : Special 

reports relative to communicable and 
preventable diseases, 4930 

Escanaba 

Carnegie public library 

Annual report, 1611 
Directory 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5767 
Nursey: City of, 5575 
Ordinances, 1612 
Pageant of Escanaba, 5625 

Essex county, Mass. 

Part taken in organization and settlement 
of Northwest Territory, 5657 

, Ontario 

St. Pierre: Histoire des Canadiens- 
Frangais du Mich, et du comte d'Esse.x, 
6131, 6132 



INDEX 



225 



ESSEXVILLE 

Polk \: CO.: Director)", 5761 

Weeks & Polk: Bay City director>- to 

which is appended directory of, 6848 
Estabrook, J. 

Geography ot" Mich., 7299 

Prof. J. Estabrook; memorial services, 

5878 

Estes, L. 

Latitude of Detroit observatory, 1613 
Etiquette 

v^t. Mary's college: Good form, 6123 
[Etzenhouser, R.l 

Engravings of prehistoric specimens, 1614 
Eugenics 

McKinnie: Preliminar\- report of eugenic 
survey, 2837 

European foul brood, see Foul brood 

Eustace, H. J. 

Cover crops for orchards, 1615 

Potato culture, 1616 

Spray and practice outline, 1617 

Thinning apples, 1618 

Winter vetch. 1619 

Evangelical observer 

Ledger, 8393 

Evans, A. T. 

Collection of amphibians and reptiles 
from Gogebic co., 1620 

Ruthven : Miscellaneous papers on zool- 
ogy, 6057 

, b. H. 

In memoriam. Rev. W. M. Ferry, 2306 
-, E. 



Pedestrious tour, 1621 
Evening and continuation schools 

National Americanization committee: 
Americanizing a city, 5522 

Warriner: All-day trades school, 6805 
Evening news association 

Detroit, Mich.. 1463 

Men of progress, 1622 

Quarterly register of current historj'-, 1623 
Everett, E. 

Walker: Remarks on announcement of 
death, 6791 
,F. 

French: Grand Rapids city director^-, 
[containing scraps of historj' bv], 1766 

Memorials of Grand River vallcv.' 1624 

Scraps from historj- of Grand Rapids, 1625 
Everts, L. H., & co. 

(DurantI: Historj- of Oakland co., 1563 

Historj- of Calhoun co., 2151 

Oakland co., 2163 

— St. Joseph CO., 2170 



and Abbott 



[Durant]: Historj- of Kalamazoo co., 

1562 
[Elli.s]: Historj- of Genesee CO., 1597 
Historj- of Genesee co., 2153 

Hillsdale co., 2154 

Li\-ingston co., 2159 

29 



EVERTS AND STEWART 

Conitnnation atlas map of Jackson co.. 
7481 

: Lenawee co., 



7511 



7556 



— St. Clair co., 
— Wa.shtenaw 



CO.. 7579 
Evidence 

Michigan. Attorney general's office: 

Communication relative to evidence. 

3053 
Trask: Notes on laws of, 6567 
See also Trials; Witnesses 
Ewing, T. 
Address at centennial celebration at 

Marietta, 1626 
Excelsior boat club, Detroit 

Articles of incorporation, 1627 
Exchanges, literary and scientific 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Committee 

on education: Report relative to plan 

for international literary exchange, 

4019, 4020 
• . Joint committee: 

Report on international exchanges. 

4397 

; • -. Senate. Com- 
mittee on public instruction: Report 
respecting exchange of literary pro- 
ductions, 4636 

Vattemare: Letters relative to receipt 
and distribution of books, documents, 
etc., 6751 
, prisoners 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on federal relations: Report 
relative to exchange of prisoners, 4069 



Faber, W. F. 

Fifty years; history of St. Johns' church. 
Detroit, 1628 
Factory inspection 

Michigan. Bureau of labor and indus- 
trial statistics: Annual report, 3241 



: Annual report of in- 
spection of factories, 3242 

Dept. of labor: Act creating 



dept., 3351 



port, 3353 



Annual re- 



Laws, statutes, etc.: Law re- 
lating to inspection of factories, 3859 

Facts and arguments against election of 
Gen. Cass. 1629 

Fagots of cedar 

Swift: Fagots of cedar, 6443, 6444 
Fairbank, H. C. 

Sketch of life of, 6249 

, Mrs. M. A. R, 

Sketch of life of, 6250 



226 



INDEX 



FAIRLIE, J. A. 

Mich, constitutional convention, 1630 

Michigan. Political science association: 
Papers and addresses on primary re- 
form, 4794 

Referendum and initiative, 1631 

Some suggested changes in Mich, con- 
stitution, 1632 
Fairview 

New map of Detroit and suburbs, by S. 
Farmer & co., 7681 
Fall, B. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report on 
petition [for law to convey certain 
lands], 4126 
Fall, D. 

Alichigan. Dept. of public instruction 
Arbor day, 3360 



State manual, 3438 



Thrift teaching, 3458 
False Presq'ile 

Harbors of refuge, by U. S. War dept., 
7954-7956 
Fancher, I. A. 

History of Isabella co., 1633 
Fanning, B. E. 

Pocket or carriage directory of resi- 
dences in Detroit, 1634 
Farm animals, see names of animals 

and business directory of Houghton, 

Keweenaw, Ontonagon and Baraga cos., 
1635 

journal directory of Allegan co., 1636 

Barry co., 1637 

Berrien co., 1638 

Calhoun co., 1639 

Eaton CO., 1640 

Gratiot co., 1641 

Ingham co., 1642 

Ionia CO., 1643 

Kent CO., 1644 

Lenawee co., 1645 

Macomb co., 1646 

Monroe co., 1647 

Montcalm co.. 



1648 



1649 



— Shiawassee co., 

— Van Buren co., 



1650 

— lands, see Land 

— women, see Women 



Farmer, A. J. 

New map of Wayne co., 7596 

.J- 

Counting house map of Detroit, 7630 

Geological map of mineral region, 7839 

Improved edition of map of surveved 
part of Territory of Mich., 7168, 7175 

Improved map of surveyed part of Terri- 
tory of Mich., 7157 

territories of Michigan 

and Ouisconsin, 7169, 7176 



FARMER, J.— Continued 

Map of Detroit, 7625 

Mich., 7200 

southern part of Mich., 7391 

surveved part of Mich., 7182, 

7191, 7215, /226 
Territory of 

Mich., 7147 

Michigan and surrounding coun- 



trv, 7210, 7219, 7227, 7241, 7254, 7265, 
7275, 7283 

state of Mich, and Territory of 

Wis., 7183 

Mich, and Wis., 7222 

. ., embracing great 

part of Iowa, 111. and Minn., 7234, 7240, 
7243, 7247 

territories of Mich, and Ouiscon- 
sin, 7153, 7158, 7177 

U. S. road from Ohio to Detroit 



as located by Messrs. Edwards, Vance 
& Judd, 8022 

Wayne co., 7587 



New sectional map of Wis., embracing 
part of 111., Mich., and Minn., 7257 

Railroad and township map of Mich., 
7249, 7255, 7261, 7267 

-,S. 



All about Detroit, 1651 

Automobile road map of southeastern 
Mich., 7996 

Automobile road atlas of southern Mich., 
7997 

[Biographical data for history of Detroit 
and Mich.], 8394 

Detroit in 1890, 1652 

. Young men's Christian associa- 
tion: Royal railroad, 1379 

Farmer's map of Mich, and Wis., em- 
bracing part of Iowa, 111., and Minn., 
7238 

Guide and souvenir of Detroit, 1653 

Guide map of Detroit, 7643, 7648 

Guide to streets, pavements, car routes 
and house numbers of Detroit, 1654- 
1657 

Handbook and guide map of Detroit, 1658 

History and rules of Elmwood cemetery, 
1659 

Mount Elliott ceme- 
tery, 1660 

'- Woodmere cemetery. 



1661 



History of Detroit and Mich., 1662-1664 

Ideal map of Detroit, 7694 

Illustrated guide and souvenir of Detroit, 

1665 
Industrial map of Detroit, 7678 
Mss., 8186 
Map and manual of Detroit, 1666, 7638 

of Detroit, 7651, 7667, 7671 

[ ] and its environs, 7649, 

7652, 7655 

of Lake Superior and mineral regions, 



7919, 7920 
railroads. Lower Peninsula, 8014 



INDEX 



FARMER, S.— Continued 

— suhur'nan railways in south- 
eastern Mich., 8019 

WavTie CO., 7590, 7595, 7596 

[ ] ., and part of Oakland 

and ^Iacomb cos., 7601 
Michigan book, 1667 
New map of Detroit, Delray, Highland 

Park, Hamtramck, "Woodmere, Rivor 

Rouge, 7676 
and suburbs, 7681, 

7685 
and guide of city and environs 

of Detroit, 7664 
Official map of Detroit, 7665, 7675 
Powell: Historic towns of western states, 

5858 
Railroad and township map of Mich., 

7270, 7273, 7276 
Sectional map of Mich., 7333, 7337 
"Tri-color" map of Alich., 7340, 7354, 

7362 
Farmerkin's farm rhymes 

Stockman: Farmerkin's farm rhymes, 

6414 

Farmers' and mechanics' bank 

Mcmi'rial asking extension of charter, 
1668 

of stockholders, 1669 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary-: Report upon 
resolution relative to, 4127 

Select 



FARMS AND FARMING— Continued 



tarinci': Circulation informa- 



committee: Report of committee ap- 
pointed to investigate, 4293 

. . . Special 

committee: Report of committee to 
investigate condition, 4363 

. . Joint committee: 

Report of committee [to investigate 
affairs], 4387 



Report of committee of investigation 
into condition, 4389 

Senate. Com- 



mittee on banks and incorporations: 
Report of committee to whom was re- 
ferred petitions for removal or exten- 
sion of charter, 4446 

— ; . . . Com- 
mittee on incorporations: Report 
relative to, 4517 

. Treasun.- dept.: Communi- 



cation relative to, 5131 
See also Banks and banking 
Farms and farming 

Uix'-n: Study of farm management 

problems in Lenawee co., 1529 
Grange: Diseases of farm animals, 1966 
[Hamilton?]: Peaceful valley farms, 2028 
May: Farmers' movement, 2927 
Michigan. Agricultural college: Pro- 
gram, farmers' week, 2993 

. Dept. of state: Annual report 

relating to farms and farm products. 
3472 



tion, 5397 



Laws, statutes, etc.: Mich, 
farm laws, 3860 

Political science association: 



Social problems of the farmer, 4797 

State association of farmers' 



clubs: Proceedings, 4852 

State board of agriculture: 



Mich, farmers' institutes, 4863 
Smith: Shrinkage of farm products, 6282 

: Suggestions on farm accounts, 

6290 
See also Agriculture; Michigan. State 
grange 
Famsworth, B. S. 

Memorandum book, 8395 
Scrapbooks, 8396 

,E. 

[Campbell]: Elon Famsworth, 567 
Mss., 8133 

-, F. E. 



Proceedings; complimentary banquet to 
T. W. Palmer, 1670 
Farrand, E. M. 

History of U. of M., 1671 
,J. S. 

In memory of, 2317 
training school for nurses 

Announcement, 1672 

See also Harper hospital 
Farrell, J. 

Mss., 8165 
Farwell, O. A. 

Mich, novelties, 1673 

Notes on Mich, species of polygonatum, 
1674 
Faults (Geology) 

Lane: Keweenaw fault, 2602 
Faxon, Mrs. C. C. 

Sage public library: Supplement "A" 
to catalogue, 6065 
Fayette 

Polk &• CO.: Directory, 5767 
Federal lands 

Salmon : Education in Mich. ; and federal 
land grants for internal improvements, 
by A. N. Bliss, 6134 

See also Land 
Federation of labor, sec Michigan. Federa- 
tion of labor 
Fee system 

Rouech: Guide to lawful fees and com- 
pensations, 6039, 6040 
Feeble minded, see Defective and delin- 
quent classes; Michigan. Home and 

training school 

Feeding stuffs 

Shaw: Feeding whole grain, 6218 

Sec also Commercial feeding stuffs 
Felch, A. 

Indians of Mich., 1675 

Mss., 8153, 8154 

A'ichigan. Governor: [Messages and 
communication], 3643-3646 



228 



INDEX 



FELCH, A.— Continued 

[- . University. Board of regents. 

Executive committee]: [Letter from J. 
Kearsley], 5247 
Washtenaw county. Bar association: 
Proceedings at banquet in honor of, 
6810 
Fellows, G. 

Michigan. State library. Legislative 
reference dept. : Local legislation, 
5064 
Female benevolent society, see Protestant 

orphan asyhmi 
Fenton 

Charter and ordinances, 1676 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5768 
[Fer, N. de?] 

Carte de Nouvelle France, 7084 
Carte tres curieuse de la Mer du Sud, 7085 
Ferguson, N. 

Tucker vs. Ferguson, 1677 

, R. M. 

Grand Rapids. Ordinances, etc. : Com- 
piled ordinances, 1913 
Fergusson, A. 

Practical notes made during tour in 
Canada, 1678, 1679 
Femow, B. 

Ohio valley in colonial days, 1680 
Ferrey, Mrs. M. B. 

Know your own state, 1681 
Old seals and state seals, 1682 
Ferris, J. 

vStates and territories of great West, 1683 

, W. Ni 

Address as temporary chairman of Macki- 
nac conference of American peace cen- 
tenary committee, 1684 
Duty of state toward mouth hygiene, 1685 
[Mrs. N. G. Ferris], 1686 
Michigan. Governor: [Messages, letter 
and reports], 3780-3786 
-, Mrs. N. G. 



Ferris: [Mrs. N. G. Ferris], 1686 
institute 



Business, shorthand and telegraphv, 1687 

[Calendar], 1688 

Catalog, 1689 

What school, 1690, 1691 

Ferry, N. H. 

Cooper: Obituary discourse, 827 

, T. W. 

Justice to Mich. Indians, 1692 
Michigan. Commissioner of the Gettys- 
burg cemetery: Report, 3269 
-, Rev. W. M. 



In mcmoriam, 2306 
Ferrysburg 

Map, by S. S. Montague, 7705 
Fertilizers 

Jensen: Composition and value of farm 
manures, 2402 

Kcdzie: Commercial fertilizers, 2467- 
2471 

: Fertilizer analyses, 2474, 2479 

Patten : FertiHzer analyses, 5663 

Robison: Fcrtihzer bulletin, 5997 



FESTBERICHT bei funfzigjahrigen jubil- 
aum und einweihung drci neuen glocken der 
Evang.-Prot. St. Johannes gemeide, 1693 
Few facts concerning history of Mich. 
state board of registration in medicine, 
1694 
Fick, L. J. 

Mechanics' lien law, 1695 
Field, G. 

Memoirs, incidents and reminiscences of 
early history of New church, 1696 
Field crops 

Pettit: Insects of, 5722 
Fielding, I. 

Map of U. S., 7112 
Fife Lake 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5763 
Filley, A. 

Fitch: Report of great conspiracv case, 
1702 

,W. 

Life and adventures of, 1697 
Finance 

Bay City: Annual statement, 264 
Saginaw. Controller's office: Annual 

report, 6087 
Wayne county. Board of county audi- 
tors: Report, 6820 

. Treasurer: Report, 6834 

See also Detroit. Controller's office; De- 
troit. Treasurer's office; Michigan. 
Auditor general's office; Michigan. 
Board of state auditors; Michigan. 
Board of trustees of state assets; 
Michigan. Finance; Public finances; 
Michigan. Treasury dept. 
Fine arts, see Art 
Finlay, J. R. 

Michigan. Board of state tax commis- 
sioners: Appraisal of mining proper- 
ties, 3228 
Finlayson, J. 

Geographical, statistical and historical 
map of Mich. Territory, 7141, 7149 
Finley, A. 

Map of states of Ohio, Ind. and 111., and 

part of Mich. Territory, 7148 
Western states and territories, 7151 
Firmey, B. A. 

Public libraries and local history, 1698 
Fire insurance 

Insurance herald hand book, 2319 
Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 
relating to fire and marine insurance, 
3885-3888 
See also Insurance 
Fire marshal, see Michigan. State fire 

marshal 
Fire marshal law 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Fire 
marshal law, 3861 
Firemen's association, see Michigan. State 

firemen's association 
' Fires and fire relief 

^Michigan. Fire relief commission: Re- 
port, 3540 
See also Forest fires 



INDEX 



229 



FISCHER, R. S. 

Cdton's traveler, 754 
Fish and fishing 

Cliirk, F. N.: Disadvantage of planting 

small fish, 692 
, — . — . : Report on distribution of 

fish and eggs from Northville and 

Alpena stations, 693 

, X. \V.:Pisciculture, 700 

Curtis: Fish in national park, SS3 
Distumell: Lake Superior guide, 1525 
Gallagher: Remonstrance against act 

repealing act to prevent transportation 

of pickled fish without inspection, 1780 
Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad co. 

Passenger dept.: Guide to haunts of 

"little fishes", 1946 



.: Guide to resorts, 1947 

Hankinson: Observations on fishes in 

Houghton CO., 2036 
: Results of Shiras expeditions 

to Whitefish Point, 2037 
Hill: Memorial- against law to suppress 

pound or trapnet fishing, 2117 
King: Trouting on Brule River, 2531, 

2532 
Laflin and co.: Need of national law to 

regulate size of mesh of nets on Great 

Lakes, 2586 
Meek: Synoptic list of fishes within 50 

miles of Chicago, 2936 
Metcalf: Success in propagating Cali- 
fornia trout, 2959 

Michigan. Game, fish and forestry war- 
den: Biennial report, 3552 

. Laws, statutes, etc.: Act to 

protect, 3864 



mercial fish laws, 3865 



Com- 

Game 

Com- 
mittee on fisheries: Report relative to 
fishing interests, 4077, 4078 
. . Senate. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report in rela- 
tion to bill to regulate fisheries, 4669 



and fish laws, 3869-3871 
. Legislature. House. 



Report in rela- 



tion to destruction of fish, 4670 



Select 

committee: Report of committee to 
whom has been referred sundry peti- 
tions on inspection of fish, 4717 

Nelson: Fisheries of Chicago and vi- 
cinity, 5536 

Northrup: Camps and tramps in Adiron- 
dacks and grayling fishing in northern 
Mich., 5562 

Old club: Old club of Detroit, 5591 

Pere Marquette railroad co. : Fishing and 
hunting, 5699 

. : Mich, sum- 
mer resorts, 5701 



FISH AND FISHING— Continued 

Rtighani: Breeding habits oi black bass, 
5944 

: Ecological reconnoissance of 

fishes of Douglas Lake, 5945 
Ruthven: Miscellaneous papers on zool- 
ogy, 6057 
Shields: Rustlings in rockics, 6235 
Smith: Fisheries of Great Lakes, 6306 
See also Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.; 
Michigan. Public domain commission. 
Game, fish and forest fire dept.; Michi- 
gan. State Ixianl of fish commissioners 
Fish commission, see Michigan. State 

board of fish commissioners 
Fish warden, see Michigan. Game and fish 
warden; Michigan. Game, fish and 
forestry warden; Michigan. Game, 
fish and forestrv dept. 
[Fisher, E. B.] 

Grand Rapids, illustrated, 1699 
Fiske, L. R. 

Address on condition and office of M. 

A. C, 1701 
Albion college, 1700 
Fitch, A. F. 

Report of great conspiracy case, 1 702 
Seward: Argument in defence of, 6203 
Van Dyke: Argument in railroad con- 
spiracy case, 6737 

, F. S. 

Catalogue of public school exhibit, 1703 
-,J. 



Map of northwest parts of U. S., 7117 
Phillips: Rare map of Northwest, 5731 

Five million loan 

Michigan. Auditor general's office: Com- 
munication [relative to damages upon 
unpaid installments], 3097 
[ — . ^ : Com- 
munication on interest on unrecog- 
' nized portion of bonds], 3115 

: Report, 



3130 



Governor : Special message 
concerning, 3623 

. : Special message in 

relation to protested drafts drawn, 3632 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the five million loan: Re- 
port, 4079, 4080 

. . . Commit- 
tee on ways and means: Report of 
committee to whom has been referred 
bill for anticipation of installments of, 
4261 

Joint committee: 



Report on five million loan bonds, 4390 

Joint select com- 



mittee: Report of committee to in- 
vestigate negotiation, 4416 

Senate. Com- 



mittee on finance: Report of committee 
to which was referred message in rela- 
tion to proposition for modifying terms 
of, 4486 



230 



INDEX 



FIVE MILLION LOAN— Continued 



■: Report, 4487 



: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred report on, 
4505 

Com- 



mittee on incorporations: Report on 
resolutions inquiring into expediency 
of prohibiting circulation of bills less 
than 5 dollars and creating bank from 
balance of five million loan, 4515 

-. Select 



committee: Report, 4719 

-. Treasury dept. : Communi- 



cation concerning future payments, 
5132 
Flags 

Michigan. Adjutant general's office: 
Flags of Mich., 2974 

. Laws, statutes, etc.: Mich. 

flag law, 3862 

vState library: American flag. 



5006, 5007 

Pattengill: Special dav exercises, 5672 
Flaherty, N. L. 

Brief sketch of earliest history of Michi- 
gan's Great Lakes region, 1704 

' V- 

History of Grand Rapids furniture strike, 

1705 
Flat pea 

Clute: Spurry [and] fiat pea, 718 
Flats 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Digest 
of laws, 3863 

Fletcher, J. 

Plat of tract of land, 8397 

, S. W. 

Outline of elementary course in horti- 
culture, 1706 
Pollination of forced tomatoes, 1707 
Varities of fruit originated in Mich., 1708 
-, W. A. 



Communication relative to revision of 

laws, 1709 
Report relative to revision of laws, 1710 
Flint, J. 

Letter from America, 1711 

' T- 

Condensed geography and history of 

western states, 1712 
Flint 

Charter and ordinances, 1713, 1714 
Citizens 

Proceedings of meeting relative to dam 
across Flint River, 1715 
Description 

Wood: History of Genesee co., 7017 
Directories 

Bards and co's. business directory, 226 

Mills: Directory of Flint, 5451 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5768 
Executive committee of the golden jubilee 

Book of golden jubilee, 1716 



FLINT— Continued 

Flint and Pere Marquette railroad co. 
Argument as to right of state to impose 

local tax on railroad lands, 1719 
Burch: Gazetteer, 495 
Ferguson: Tucker vs. Ferguson, 1677 
History, resources and prospects of 

Saginaw vallev, 2175 
Joy: Mss., 8136, 8138 
Map of company's lands in Mich., 7849 
Map of lands in Saginaw region, 7850 
Report, 1720 

U. S. Circuit court. Eastern district 
of Mich.: John W. Mackintosh vs. 
Flint and Pere Marquette, 6630 
Webber: Argument on behalf of, 6840 
Ladies' library association 
Catalogue, 1717 

Constitution and catalogue, 1718 
Crapo: Address at dedication of li- 
brary building, 856 
Map, by G. T. Clark & S. Mathewson, 

7704 
Michigan. Attorney general's office: 
Opinion on whether bill authorizes 
delivery of bonds in aid of Pontiac 
and Lansing railroad, 3066 
Flint scientific institute 
Constitution, 1721 

Flint River 

Flint. Citizens: Proceedings of meeting 
relative to dam across Flint River, 1715 

Seymour: Memorial in relation to bill 
to keep up dam, 6205 
Flint River Baptist association 

Minutes, 1722 

Flora 

Beal: Mich, flora, 304, 305 
Sargent: Crataegus in southern Mich., 
6139 

Flowers 

Adair: Autumn catalogue, 4 
: Descriptive catalogue of vege- 
tables, flower and agricultural seeds, 5 

Flushing 

Clark: Decoration day, 689 
Flint. Citizens: Proceedings of meeting 
relative to dam across Flint River, 1715 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5768 

Foik, P. J. 

Mich, essay, 1723 

Folk-lore. Indian 

Schoolcraft: Algic researches, 6157 

[ ]: Indian fairy book, 6166 

: Myth of Hiawatha, 6172 

See also Indians 

Foilett, Mrs. E. N. 

In mcmoriam, 2312 

Folsom, W. H. C. 

Fifty years in Northwest, 1724 

Food 

Detroit and Mackinac railroad co.: 
Helping to feed and clothe America, 
1405 



INDEX 



231 



FOOD— Continued 

Miel'.igan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Dairy 
and food laws, 3850 

See also Michigan. Dain,- and food com- 
missioner 
Football 

Waj^ner & co.: Mich, on the gridiron, 
6778 

Forage crops 

Cn>zitr: Forage crops, 874 
plants 

Towar: Sand lucerne, 6556 

Forbes, J. G. 

Hull: Report of trial of Gen. Hull, 2265 

Ford, C. L. 

Memorial discourse on A. B. Palmer, 

1725 
Michigan. University: Memorial dis- 
courses on, 5195 
. : Synopsis of lec- 
tures, 5215 

,H. 

Lane: H. Ford's own story, 2612 

, H. A. 

Michij^an, 1726 

. , M. H. 

U. S. 52d Cong., 2d sess. : Memorial ad- 
dresses on life and character of, 6643 

JJ Q 

Hoyt- j. D. Pierce, 2237 
Journal of Pontiac's conspiracy, 2425 
Tocqueville: Voyage en Am^rique, 6550 
White captive, 1727 

, R. M. 

Financial statement of Highland Park, 
1728 

, & son 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on ways and means: Report 
in relation to resolutions on subject of 
loan, 4278 
motor CO. 

Detroit evening news: Investigation of 
profit-sharing, 1442 

Ford factory facts, 1729 

Ford motor cars, 1730 

Helpful hints to employes, 1731 

River 



Polk & CO.: Director^', 5767 
Foreigners 

Chancy: Alien suffrage, 635 

Detroit. Board of commerce: Informa- 
tion for immigrants, 986 

. Public library: Books for for- 
eigners learning English, 1286, 1287 

Woodhridge: Mss., 8051 

See also Emigration agent 

Forestie, E. 

Lamothe-Cadillac, 1732 

Forest fires 

Bailev: Report on Mich, forest fires of 

1881. 185 
Michigan. Forestry commission: Mich. 

forestry, 3547 



FOREST FIRES— Continued 

. Lumbcrnun: F"acts and fig- 
ures against passage of Chicago relief 
bill, 4768 

[Roth]: Forest fires, 6035 

See also Michigan. Game, fish and for- 
estry warden; Michigan. Game, fish 
and forestry dept. 
reserves, see Forests and forestry 

Forestry association, see Michigan. For- 
estry association 

commission, see Michigan. For- 

cstr>' commission 
day 



King: Prose and verse for use on pro- 
grams, 2530 
problem in southern Mich., 1733 



Forests and forestry 

Beal: Lessons on growing forest trees, 

302 
Clark: Woodlot forestry, 698 
Grand Island forest and game preserve, 

1852 
Hill: Pine industry, 2116 
Michigan. Commission of inquin.*, tax 

lands and forestry: Report, 3260 
. Forestry association: Annual 

meeting, 3541 



movement, 3543 



Laws, 3542 

commission : Advance 



First re- 



port, 3544 



about forestry', 3545 



est reserve manual, 3546 



: Little talk 

: Mich, for- 

: Mich, for- 

: Report, 

. : Steps of 

progress, 3549 

Laws, statutes, etc.: Act to 



estry, 3547 



3548 



provide for preservation, 3866 

Legislature. House. Special 



committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred memorial relative 
to preser\-ation of forest trees, 4375 

State library. Legislative 



reference dept . : Public lands and forest 
protection, 5066 

Proceedings of forestry convention in 
Grand Rapids, 5876 

Roth: Forest regulation, 6036 

: What is forestry, 6037 

: What the state should do, 6038 

[Schmidt]: How truth regarding pro- 
posed forestry legislation is distorted, 
6156 

Wheeler: Sketch of original distribution 
of white pine in lower peninsula, 6888 

Whitford: Genetic development of for- 
ests of northern Mich., 6906 

Woolsev: Xorwav pine in lake states, 
7035' 



232 



INDEX 



FORESTS AND FORESTRY— Continued 

See also Michigan. Game, fish and for- 
estry warden; Michigan. Game, fish 
and forestry dept.; Michigan. Public 
domain commission 
Forman, S. E. 

Government in Mich., 1734 
Fort Brady 

Plat of survey of land "for military pur- 
poses", by G. C. Westcott, 7851 

Dearborn massacre 

Helm: Fort Dearborn massacre, 2101 

Defiance 

fCarter]: Centennial, 582 
— — Gratiot 

Meech: Port Huron and St. Clair co. 

directory, containing directory of, 2935 

Sherman co. : Port Huron and Fort 

Gratiot directory, 6230 
True copy of plot of military reservation, 
bv W. H. Hearding & J. L. Beghein, 
7852 

Meigs 

Miscellaneous mss., 8180 
Michilimackinac 



FOSTER, W. D. 

Smith: Memorial, 



6307 



Memorial monument at site of, 2940 

— Ponchartrain 

Map of fort and vicinity, 7853 

— St. Joseph 

McCoy: Old Fort St. Joseph, 2805 
Street union depot co. 



Map and profile of railroad from 18th st. 
to 3rd St., 8005 
Wayne, Jackson and Saginaw railroad 

Jov: Mss., 8138 
Forts 

Brown: Old Northwest Territory, 461 

Fossils 

Winchell: Descriptions of fossils from 

Marshall and Huron groups, 6968 
: Descriptions of new species of 

fossils from Marshall group, 6969 
: Notice of small collection of 

fossils from Potsdam sandstone of 

Wisconsin and Lake Superior sandstone 

of Mich., 6983 
: Notices and descriptions of 

fossils from Marshall group of western 

states, 6984 
Foster, G. L. 
• Past of Ypsilanti, 1735 

[ , J.] 

Capitulation, or historv of expedition by 
W. Hull, 8398 
-, J. W. 



Geological map of Lake Superior land 

district, 7*S08 
Geological map of district between 

Keweenaw Bay and Chocolate River, 

7809 
Report on geology and topography of 

portions of Lake Superior land district, 

1736, 1737 
Section and diagram illustrating geology 

of region between north shores of lakes 

Superior and Michigan, 7810 



and Reynolds 

Standard guide, Mackinac Island and 
northern lake resorts, 1738 

Foul brood 

Cook: Foul brood, 787 
Millen: Foul brood, 5443 
Pettit: Foul brood, 5718 
Smith: Foul brood, 6274 
Fountain, P. 

Great Northwest, 1739 

Fourth of July orations 

Van Schelven: Centennial, 6749 
Varnum: Oration at Marietta, July 4, 
1788, 6750 

Fowler, S. W. 

Autobiographical sketch, 1740 
Fowlerville, see Quadrangle maps 
Fowls 

[Marshall]: Tuberculosis, 2902 
Fox, C. 

Examination of case of church discipline, 
1741 
, F. M. 

Betty of Old Mackinaw, 1742 
, O. G. 

Sewerage of Greenville, 1743 
, P. L. 

Map showing Duncan lands on Mackinac 
straits and Chebovgan River, 7848 
, T. B. 

History of Saginaw co., 1744 

History of Saginaw valley, 1745 
, W. A. 

Beautiful Rochester, 1746 
illustrating co. 

Lansing illustrated, 1747 

Islands 

Coast chart no. 8; Lake Mich., 
War dept., 7908 

Northeast end of Lake Mich., 
War dept., 7899 
Franchise 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the revision of the constitu- 
tion: Report relative to disfranchising 
deserters from military service, 4013 

See also Suffrage; Women. Suffrage 

Frank, L. F. 

Pionierjahre der familien Frank-Kerler, 
1748 



by U. S. 
by U. S. 



family 

Frank: Pionierjahre der familien Frank- 
Kerler, 1748 

Frankfort Harbor 

Poe: Annual report upon improvement 
of certain rivers and harbors, 5752 

Frankfort 

Literary association library 

Catalogue, 1749 
Public school library 

Catalogue, 1750 



INDEX 



233 



FRANKING PRIVILEGE 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciar>-: Report upon 
resolutions relative to' extension, 4128 
; • ~^ . Senate. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report of 
conimittce to whom was referred reso- 
lution relative to extension to gover- 
^ nors of franking privilege, 4671 
Vermont. Governor: (Communication 
enclosing copy of resolution relative to 
extending franking privilege to gover- 
nors of statesi, 6755 
Franklin club, Detroit 

Constitution, 1751 
Fraser, A. D. 

Mss., 8062, 8063, 8131 
Michigan (Ter.) Laws, statutes, etc.: 
Laws of territor\-, 5345 

-, — . — ., estate 

Executors' account book, 8399 

, E. A., see Fraser and gates 

and Gates 



Letter books, 8400 
Mss., 8159. 8162 
Fraternal beneficiary societies 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 
relating to fraternal beneficiarv so- 
cieties, 3867 

Fraternities, see Greek letter men 
Frazier, J. 

Sun.^et at Mackinac, 1752 
Frederick mills 

Michigan. Auditor general's office: Re- 
port in relation to state mills at Fred- 
erick, 3134 

; . State land office: Communi- 
cation relative to appraisals and sale 
of Frederick mill property, 4993 
Freeman, A. F. 

[Equal taxation], 1753 

— - — , c. 

Hodge: Memorial claiming seat in house, 
21 78 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on elections: Report in relation 
to memorial of H. C. Hodge claiming 
seat of, 4045 ^ 

Freeman's pamphlet, 1754 
Freemasons 
Detroit 
Cottrell: Revised ed. of memoirs, bv- 
laws, roster and album of Detro'it 
commandery no. 1, K. T., 841 
Xoble: Historical resume of pil- 
grimages of Detroit commandery 
no. 1, 5553 
Palestine lodge no. 357, 1755 
Dowagiac lodge no. 10 

By-laws, 1756 
Michigan 
Conover: Freemasonr\-, 775 
Grand chapter of Roval Arch Masons 
McCurdy: Address, 2827 
Transactions, 1757 



FREEMASONS— Continued 

Grand commandery of Knights Tem- 
plar 
Annual conclave, 1758 
Grand council of Royal and Select 
Masters 
Proceedings, 1759 
Grand lodge 

Conover: Compiled law, 774 
Masonic burial service, 1 760 
Memorial service, 1761 
Michigan Masonic ceremonies, 1762 

r monitor, 1763 

Revised constitution. 1764 
Transactions, 1765 
Look: Masonic trials and Mich, di- 
gest, 2766 
Pitts: Notes on eariy historv, 5750 
Pratt: Historical sketch 'of early 
Masonry in Mich., 5865 
Free trade 

Brewer: Speech, 436 

Republican party. Michigan. State 

central committee: Evils, 5955 
[Stebbins]: British free trade, a delusion, 
638o 

Freight rates, see Michigan central railroad 
French, E. 

Mss., 8164 
——-, J. A. 

Grand Rapids directorv, 1 766 

, W. H. 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Agriculture in rural schools, 3355 

and Indian war 

British museum: French-Indian war 

8251 
Femow: Ohio vallev, 1680 
McKnight: Our western border, 2838 
Mante: History of late war. 2876 

in Michigan and Northwest 

Baker: Sources of Mississippi, 200 
Baldwin: Discovery of Old Northwest, 

206 
Bartlett: La Salle, 237 
Bulkley: Early French settlements, 487 
Burton: Detroit nilers, 520 

: Mss., 8129 

Butler: First French footprints beyond 
lakes, 537. 538 

: French fortifications, 539 

Butterfield: History- of Brule's discov- 
eries, 541 

: History of discovery' of 

Nicolet, 542 
Campbell: [Mss.], 8281 
Carter: French mission life, 581 
Grossman: Early French occupation of 

Mich., 866 
Crowley: Daughter of New France, 869 
Custard: French settlement in St. 

Joseph CO., 886 
Dubuisson: Official report of war at 

Detroit in 1712, 1551 
Elliott: Last of Barons, 1590 



234 



INDEX 



FRENCH IN MICHIGAN AND NORTH- 
WEST— Continued 

Farmer: Mss., 8186 

Hamlin: Legends of Le Detroit, 2029 

Kellogg: Early narratives of Northwest, 
2497 

Knapp: History of Maumee valley, 2555 

La Salle: Relation of discoveries and 
voyages, 2686 

Law: Colonial history of Vincennes, 2689 

Margry: Decouvertes et etablissements, 
2878 

Marsljall: Building and voyage of the 
Griffon, 2906 

[ ]: De Celoron's [Celeron's] ex- 
pedition to Ohio, 2907 

St. Pierre: Histoire des Canadiens- 
Frangais dn Mich., 6131, 6132 

See also Detroit. History; Michigan. 
History 
Frenchtown, Battle of 

Dudley: Battle and massacre, 1553 

Western Reserve historical society: Bat- 
tle of, 6880 
Frieze, H. S. 

Memorial discourse on Rev. H. P. Tap- 
pan, 1767 

Michigan. University: Exercises at 
unveiling of monument in memory of, 
5180 

. : Memorial ad- 
dress at funeral of Prof. Watson, 5197 

. . Gallery of art 

and archaeology: Descriptive cata- 
logue, 5285 

. . Museum of art 

and history: Catalogue, 5308 

Relations of state universitv to religion, 
1768 
Frink, Mrs. B. 

Reminiscences, 8401 
Frisbie, J. W, 

Handbook and guide map of Detroit, 7634 

Frontenac, L. de B., Count de P. 

Isham: Frontenac and Miles Standish 
in Northwest, 2346 

Frontier and pioneer life 

Allegan co. pioneer society: Report, 53 
Bab}^: Souvenirs of past, 167 
Bagley: Old times, 170 
Barber: Vermontville colony, 217 
Blanchard: Discovery and conquests 

of Northwest, 386 
Bio we: Geographical, commercial and 

agricultural view of U. S., 393 
Cook: Six months among Indians, 803 
Cooper: Oak-openings, 829 
Custer: Boots and saddles, 887, 888 

: Tenting on plains, 891, 892 

: Wild life on plains, 893 

Ellet: Pioneer women of West, 1588 
Frank: Pionierjahre der familien Frank- 

Kerler, 1748 
Gerrish: Journal, 8403 
[Gibbs]: Glimpses of early Mich, life in 

and around Kalamazoo, 1804 



FRONTIER AND PIONEER LIFE— Con- 
tinued 

Hav: Narrative of life on old frontier, 

2089 
Hildreth : Contributions to early history 

of Northwest, 2113 

: Pioneer history, 2114 

Indian and pioneer history of Saginaw 

valley, 2291 
[Kaler]: Benjamin of Ohio, 2463 
Kinzie: Waubun, 2539-2541 
[Kirkland]: Forest hfe, 2543, 2544 

: New home, 2545-2549 

: Our new home in West, 2550 

: Western clearings, 2551, 2552 

McKnight: Our western border, 2838 
Mevis: Pioneer recollections, 2968 
Mitchener: Ohio annals, 5464 
Nida: Letters of Polly, 5545 
Nowlin: Bark covered house, 5574 
[Pritts]: Abentheuerliche ereignisse aus 

leben ersten ansiedler mittleren und 

westlichen staaten, 5875 

: Incidents of border life, 5874 

Rasmussen: Pioneer life in Big Dane 

settlement, 5927 
[Singleton]: Pleasure parties in North- 
west, 6247 
Strickland: Pioneers of West, 6432 
Trowbridge: Pioneer days, 6594 
Walker: Experiences of pioneer life in 

early settlements and cities of West, 

6790 
Wilson: Arkansas traveller, 6966 

Frost, G. S., & CO. 

St. Mary's Falls ship canal co.: 560,000 
acres pine lands, 6130 

, H. J. 

Kalcaska [Kalkaska] co., 7490 

-, J. B. 



State fair grounds, Jackson, 7731 
"Frost bitten convention", see Michigan. 
Convention 

Frothingham, E. H. 

Selling woodlot products, 1769 
Wood: Notes on birds of Au Sable val- 
ley, 7021 

Frue, Mrs. H, L. 

Investment books, 8402 

Fruit and fruit culture 

Bailey: Hints on rural adornment, 180 

: Notes, 181 

: Varieties of apples for market, 184 

Clubb: Spring Lake, 715 

Dean: Notes on small fruits, 936 

Eustace: Spray and practice outline, 

1617 
Fletcher: Varities originated in Mich., 

1708 
[Fruit belt land corporation]: Mich. 

grows fruit better than West, 1770 
Fruitport orchard and vineyard co. : 

Fruit lands, 1771 
Greening nursery co.: Fortune in fruit 

farming, 1985 



INDEX 



23; 



FRUIT AND FRUIT CULTURE— Con- 
tinued 
Hood: Laboratorv manual, 2199 
(Hubbard]: Fruit'culture, 2240 

[ ]: Orchards and fruits, 2241 

Long Point development association: 
Golden opportunities in heart of Mich, 
apple belt, 2761 
Longyear: Fungous diseases, 2762 
Merchant: Fruit garden of West, 2953 

Michigan. Agricultural college. Experi- 
ment station: Report of South Haven 
substation, 3020 



FUGITIVE SLAVES— Continued 



: Special bulletin, 3022 

. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 

relating to sale of fresh fruit and 
vegetables, 3868 

State horticultural societv: 



Annual report, 4982 



Catalogue of fruits, 4983 
Taft: Bush fruits, 6454 

: Fruit list, 6457 

: Fruit notes, 6458 

: Fruits at agricultural college, 

6459 



: Mich, fruit list, 6462, 6463 

[ ] : New danger to fniit growers, 6464 

: Small fruit notes, 6477 

: Small fruit notes; spraving, 6478 

: Small fruit notes for 1904, 6479 

: Small fruit trials at college, 6480 

: Vegetables and bush fruits, 6489 

Traverse City. Board of trade: Grand 

Traverse fruits, 6572 
Upper Peninsula development bureau: 

L'pper Peninsula of Mich, fruit, 6728 
Wilkin: Small fruit culture, 6929 
Winchell: Notes on Selandria Cerasi 

Harris as it occurs at Ann Arbor, 6981 

See also Apples; Blackberries; Grapes; 
Orchards and vineyards; Peaches; 
Plums; Raspberries; Strawberries 

[Fruit belt land corporation] 

Mich, gruws fruit Ix-lter than West, 1770 

Fruit lands, sec Land 

Fruitport orchard and vineyard co. 

Fruit land^, 1 771 

Fruitvale land development co. 
Fruitvale gardens, 1772 

Fryer, R. C. 

Mich, state auto school: Automobile 
electrician's key, 5419 
Fugitive slaves 

Emmons: Mss., 8041 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on federal relations: Report of 
committee to v.-hom was referred report 
touching proceedings in Marshall, 4063 



: Report rel- 
ative to delivering up fugitive slaves, 
4065 

Select 



committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred bill to protect citi- 
zens from claims of slave-holders, 4309 
Wilkins: Mss., 8103 
See also Personal liberty laws; Slavery; 
Underground railroad 
Full length portrait of D. Houghton, 1773 
Fuller, E. B. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the state prison: Report 
relative to allowing losses upon con- 
tracts. 4209 

, G. N. 

Economic and social beginnings of Mich., 

1774 
Michigan. Historical Commission : Mich, 
historical commission; prepared bv, 
3796 
. : Pro- 
ceedings of Michigan Pioneer and his- 
torical societv; prepared bv, 3799 

Sketch 



of historical societies; prepared by, 3798 

-: Sugges- 



tions for local historical societies; pre- 
pared bv, 3797 
-, M. L. 



Failure of w-ells along lower Huron River, 
1775 
-, W. D. 



Michigan. Supreme court: Practice 
reports, 5125 
Fulton, M. W. 

Methods and results of tillage, 1776 

, S. H. 

Michigan. Agricultural college. Experi- 
ment station : Report of South Haven 
substation, 3020 
Funeral address and memorial notice of 

Mr^. I. G. Duffield, 1777 
Funfzig jahre Deutschen strebens, 1778 
Fungi 

Pr>llock: Mich, fungi, 5792 
Fungicides 

Pal ten: Analyses of some materials sold 

as, 5661 
Taft : Insecticides and fungicides, 6460 
Furnaces consuming L. S. ores, by Mich, 
geological survey, 7827 

Furniture industry and trade 

Grand Rapids furnilure record, 1950 
Widdicomb: Address at banquet in 

commemoration of semi-centennial an- 

niversarv of incorporation of Grand 

Rapids, 6920 
: Early history of furniture 

industry in Grand Rapids, 6921 
: The mahogany tree, 6922 



ative to fugitive slave law, 4064 



Report rel- 



Fumiture strike, see Grand Rapids. Furni- 
ture strike 



236 



INDEX 



FUR TRADE 

Askin: Invoice book, 8222 

: Mss., 8037 

Barthe: Ledger, 8236 

: Sales book, 8237 

Graham and McKenzie: Ledger "B", 

8407 
Miamis co. : Journals, 8467 
Richmond: Fur traders of Grand River 

valley, 5976 
Utlev: Fur trade in early development 

of'Northwest, 6732 
Williams: Mss., 8038, 8127, 8128, 8147, 

8148, 8151, 8156 



viaines 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5768 
Gale, G. 

Upper Mississippi, 1779 
Galena and Chicago union railroad 

^lichigan central railroad co. : Contract 
between, 5372 
Galien River 

Survey, by Lieut. J. M. Berrien, 7971 
Gallagher, T. 

Remonstrance against act repealing act 
to prevent transportation of pickled 
fish without inspection, 1780 

, W. D. 

Facts and conditions of progress in North- 
west, 1781 
Galloway, T. B. 

Uhio-Michigan boundary, 1782 
Game and fish laws 

Boies: Catalogue of birds in southern 

Mich., 394 
Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Game 
and fish laws, 3869-3871 
Game and fish warden, see Michigan. Game 
and fish warden; Jvlichigan. Game, fish 
and forestry warden; Michigan. Game, 
fish and forestry dept. 

— game birds 

Michigan. Game, fish and forestry 
warden: Biennial report, 3552 

, fish and forest fire dept., see Michigan. 

Public domain commission. Game, fish 
and forest fire dept. 
preserve, see Forest and game pre- 
serve 
Games 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Games, 3390 

. State normal college. Dept. 

of physical education: Suggestions 



for physical training, 5082 
Ganley, Miss M. 

Lansing. Public school library: Cata- 
logue, 2663 
Gansser, A. H. 

Historv of Bay co., 1783 
Gardam.'W. H. 

Ypsilanti. Vestry of St. Luke's church: 
In memoriam, 7069 



GARDEN 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5767 
Gardens and gardening 

Detroit. Public library: Gardens; se- 
lected list, 1309 
. : Shade trees 

and gardening, 1327 
Jeffery: Elementary laboratory study 

in crops, 2392 
Knapper: Vitality of garden seeds, 2557 
Michigan. State horticultural society: 

Annual report, 4982 
Pettit: Insects of garden, 5723 
Taft: Pests of orchard and garden, 6469 
Waid: Hints on home gardening, 6779 

-: Home vegetable garden, 6780 

Gardiner, W. H. 

Mackinac, 1784, 1785 
Gardner, W. 

Michigan. Constitution: Constitution, 

3306 
Garfield, C. W. 

Forestry problem; Gospel of forestry, 

1733 
Holt: Story of Grand Rapids, 2196 
Michigan. Forestry commission: IVlich. 

forestry, 3547 

, J. A. 

Discovery and ownership of Northwestern 

Territory, 1786 
McGrath: Memorial day at Corunna, 

2834 
Gargoyle, 1787 

Garment making 

Raven: Garment making for girls, 5930 
Gamer, J. W. 

Michigan. State library'. Legislative 
reference' dept. : Amendment of state 
constitutions, 5053 

Garrigues, S. S. 

Michigan. vSalt inspector: Statistics re- 
lating to saline interests, 4830 
Report on salt manufacture, 1788, 1789 

Gas association, see Michigan. Gas asso- 
ciation 

Gas, natural 

Smith: Occurrence of oil and gas in 
Mich., 6310 

Gates, J. C. 

Mss., 8168 

Mich, law of real property, 1790 

See also Fraser and Gates 

Gaultier, J. 

Cadillac: [Contract between Cadillac, 
Arrive and Gaultier, and Hazeur], 8276 

Gaylord, A. S. 

[Jackson, Lansing anei Saginaw railroad 
CO.]: Lands exempt from general 
taxation, 2374 

Gedenkboek van het vijftigjarig jubileum 
der Christelijke Gereformeerde Kerk, 1 791 

Geib, W. J. 

U. S. Dept. of agriculture: Soil survey 
of Pontiac area, 6662 



INDEX 



237 



GEIL, S. 

Map of Midi., 725b, 725S 

and Harley 

Map of Alkgan co., 7409 

counties of Clinton and Gratiot, 

7446 

Kalamazoo co., 7484 

— counties of Ottawa and Muskegon 



and part of Allegan, 7552 
— , Harley and Siverd 

Map of Calhoun co., 7433 

counties of Cass, V^an Buren and 

Berrien, 7440 

Topographical map of counties of Ingham 
and Livingston, 7470 
and Jones 

Map vi Branch co., 7427 

counties of Eaton and Barry, 7450 

Genesee and Shia- 
wassee, 7455 

Hillsdale co., 7461 

Jackson co., 7480 

counties of Macomb and St. 



Clair, 7520 

— Monroe co., 7528 

— '■ St. Joseph CO., 7560 

Wayne co., 7588 



Geismar, L. M. 

Corn pruduLtion, 1792 

Grasshoppers, 1793 

Smith: Sugar beets in Upper Peninsula, 

6289 
Genealogy 
Anthon: Narrative of settlement of G. 

C. Anthon in America, 149 
Bonner: Memoirs of Lenawee co., 397 
Burton: Mss., 8191 
Clarke: W. Hull, 708 
DePeyster: Miscellanies, 949 
Detroit tribune: [Scrapbook], 1491 
Emmons: Mss. for material on Beaubien 

family, 8041 
Famsworth: Scrapbooks, 8396 
Joy: Mss.. 8144 
McLean: Notes, 8454 
Michigan. State libran,-: Finding list 

of works on, 5035, 5036 
Miscellaneous mss. for Bradv genealogy, 

8180 
. for Chew genealogy, 

8172 



— . for Hinckley gene- 

alog>% 8184 
Munroe (Monroe) — Burton: Mss., 8050 
Slocum: History* of F. Slocum, 6256 
Vliet: History of early life and business 

interests of Leslie, ^iich., 6769 
Wing estate: Inventory- book, 8630 
See also Biographies; Biographical 

sketches: names o\ families 

General A. S. Williams monument associa- 
tion 

[Minutes on death of J. L. Hudson], 
1794 

General hospital, Detroit 

Announcement, 1795 



GENERAL LAWS 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Index, 
3879-3881 

General motors co. 

Miller: W. C. Durant, 5449 

Genesee county 

Beers & co. : Atlas, 7452 

Biographical histor>', 366 

Dav: Atlas, 7453 

[Ellis]: Histor>', 1597 

History, 2153 

Map, by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7454 

of counties of Genesee and Shia- 
wassee, by Geil and Jones, 7455 

of Saginaw and Tuscola with part of, 

by D. A. Pettibone, 7555 

Petition of county commissioners for law 
for collection of certain tax, 1796 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5768 

Portrait and biographical record, 5830 

Wood: History of Genesee co., 7017 

See also Flint 

Gentsch, W. J. 

Dictionary of Detroit, 1797 
Geography 

Calkins: Suggestive outline in, for 
schools of Mich., 552 

Geography of Mich., 1798, 1799 

Miller: Geographical influences in settle- 
ment of Mich., 5447, 5448 

See also Michigan. Geography 
Geology 

Allen: Contributions to Pre-Cambrian 
geology of northern Mich., and Wis- 
consin, 55 

Ann Arbor folio, by I. C. Russell and F. 
Leverett, 7760, 7761 

Baylev: Menominee iron-bearing dis- 
trict, 290 

Bradish: Memoir of D. Houghton, 424 

Calumet special map, by U. S. Geological 
sur\'ey, 7765 

Clements: Crj'stal Falls iron-bearing 
district, 710 

Cooper: Geological report on Bay co., 
831 

Foster: Report on geology of Lake 
Superior land district, 1736, 1737 

Geological map of Mich., by Geological 
survey, 7369 

Geological society of America: A. 
Winchell, 1800 

Geological survey of Mich., by U. S. 
Geological survey, 7792 

Gordon. C. H. : Geological report on 
Sanilac co., 1828 

, W. C. : Geological section from 

Bessemer down Black River, 1831 

Grabau: Monroe formation of southern 
Mich., 1836 

: Stratigraphy of the Traverse 

group, 1837 

Gregory: Geological report on Arenac 
CO., 1989, 1990 



238 



INDEX 



GEOLO GY— Continued 

Grouped cross sections illustrating 

 stratigraphical relations between 
Houghton and Keweenaw counties, 
by Mich, geological survey, 7778 

Holjbs: Late glacial and post glacial 
uplift, 2177 

Houghton: Mineral region of Lake 
Superior, 2213 

: Reports, 2214 

[Hubbard, B.]: Geological survey, 2244 

, L. L.: Keweenaw point, 2251 

Irving: Copper-bearing rocks of Lake 
vSuperior, 2341 

Lane: Geological report on Huron co., 
2599 

: Isle Royale, 

2600 

: Geology of lower Mich., 2601 

: Keweenaw fault, 2602 

: Keweenaw series, 2603 

I -]: Limestones, 2604 

: Summary of surface geology, 2608 

: Water resources of Lower Penin- 
sula, 2610 

Leverett: Alcona co., 2722 

: Review of glacial geology of 

Southern Peninsula, 2726 

: Surface geology, 2727, 2728 

Michigan. College of mines. Dept. of 
geology: Notes on rocks and minerals, 
3256 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on geological survey: Report of 
committee to whom was referred part 
of governor's message relating to 
geology, 4082 



: Report in 

regard to survey and collection of 
specimens, 4083 

Mining journal co. : 1st annual review of 
copper mining industry of Lake Su- 
perior, 5457 

Montgomery: Glacial phenomena, 5473 

Ralph: Along bowstring or south shore 
of Lake Superior, 5909, 5910 

: Lake Superior along south shore, 

5907 

Rominger: Geolog}' of Lower Peninsula, 
6013 

: Palaeozoic rocks, 6016 

Russell : Geological reconnaissance along 
north shore of lakes Huron and Mich., 
6050 

Sherzer: Detroit folio, 6232 

Geological report on Monroe co.. 



6233 
6234' 



— Wavne co. . 



Sketch map showing geology about north 
shores of lakes Huron and Mich., by 
I. C. Russell, 7781 

Surface geology: Bay co., by W. F. 
Cooper, 7762, 7763 



GEOLOGY— Continued 

Swineford : History and review of copper, 
iron, silver, slate and other interests of 
south shore of Lake Superior, 6447 

U. S. Congress. House. Committee on 
public lands: Mineral lands — sale of, 
6654 

— . — . President: Message to 1st sess., 
31st Cong., 6685 

Van Hise: Geology, 6743 

: Marciuette iron-bearing dis- 
trict, 6745 

: Menominee special folio, 6746 

: Preliminary report on Mar- 
quette iron-bearing district, 6744 

Wadsworth: On relation of "Kewee- 
nawan series" to eastern sandstone in 
vicinity of Torch Lake, 6773 

: Origin and mode of occur- 
rence of Lake Superior copper deposits, 
6774 

: South trap range of Kewee- 

nawan series, 6776 

Winchell, A. : Diagonal system of physi- 
cal features, 6970 

, — . : Field studies in Archaean 



rocks, 6972 



6973 
6974 



Geology of Washtenaw co., 
Grand Traverse region. 



, — .: Mich., 6980 

, — . : Rectification of geological 

map of Mich., 6987 

Some indications of north- 



ward transportation of drift materials 
in Lower Peninsula, 6989 

-, N. H. : Crucial points in geology 



of Lake Superior region, 6991 

-, — . — . : Economic geology of 



region of Cheboygan and old Macki- 
nac, 6992 
See also Michigan. Geological survey; 
U. S. Geological survey. 
George Washington Scripps, a memoir, 1801 

George, W. S. 

In memoriam, 2315 

Georgia 

Comptroller general 

Miscellaneous mss., 8201 

Legislatvire 

[Michigan. Governor: Communica- 
tion transmitting] report and resolu- 
tions relative to surplus revenue, 3592 
. : vSpecial mes- 
sage transmitting preamble and joint 
resolutions, 3636 

Georgian Bay 

General chart of Lake Huron, by U. S. 
War dept., 7891 

German-American seminary 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on public lands: Report on 
memorial for atjiendment to act grant- 
ing swamp lands, 4155 



INDEX 



239 



GERMAN-AMERICANS, sec EJeutsch- 

Amt'rikanischt.' scminarvercin 
German literature 

IXtrcit. Public librarv': Katalog, 1313, 
1314 

Republican mass meeting 

Resolutions on state of union, 18U2 
Germans in Michigan 

Frank: Pioiiierjahrc der familien Frank- 

Kerlcr, 1748 
Funfzig iahrc Deutschen strebens, 1778 
Koch: Deutschen colonien in Saginaw 

flusses, 2S66 
(LoeheJ: Etwas iiber Deutsch-Luther- 
ischcn niederlassungcn in grafschaft 
Saginaw, 2757 
Gerrish, J. 

Jcunial, 84U3 
Geschichte der Deutschen Evang. Luth. 

Iinnianuels-gemcindc, 1803 
Gettysburg, Battle of 

Harris: Mich, brigade of cavaln,' at, 2058 
Michigan. Gettysburg battle field com- 
mission: Mich, at Gettysburg, 3583 
Norton: Strong Vincent and his brigade 

at, 5572 
Trowbridge: Mss. for map of battle 
ground, 8158 

: Mich, troops in, 6592 

cemetery, sec Michigan. Com- 
missioner of the Gettysburg cemetery 
Ghent, Treaty of, 1815 " 

Sons of the American revolution. Dis- 
trict of Columbia society: Battle 
fields of Maumee vallev, 6334 
Gibault, P. 

Law: Colonial history of Vincennes, 2689 
Gibbons, G. C. 

International waterways commission: Re- 
port. 2330 

,R. 

.Addresses and letters, 8404 
Gibbs, H. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary-: Report rela- 
tive to petition for simplification of 
laws, 4131 

[ , M. v.! 

Glimpses of early Mich, life in and about 
Kalamazoo. 1804 
Gibralter and fiat rock co. 

Copv of deed and articles of association, 
1805 

Gibson, E. and E. 

-M^s., 8117, 8118, 8159 

,J. 

Mss.. 8109, 8117, 8118, 8159 

[Gilbert, A. B.] 

Devil's kitchen, 1806 
Tale of two cities, 1807 

. .c- 

Detroit. City plan and improvement 
commission: Preliminan.- plan of De- 
troit, 1096 
-, T. D., memorial 



Ceremonies at dedication of, 627 



GILLAM, S. E. 

HfTect on health of overflowed lands, iSOS 
Gillespie, G. D. 

Manual, 1S09 
Gillett, M. S. 

Howard: Memorial respecting swamp 
lands, 2220 
Gillman, H. 

Certain characteristics pertaining to 
ancient man in Mich., 1810 

Mound builders, 1811 
Giltner, W. 

Infectious abortion in cattle, 1812, 1813 

Studies of agglutination reactions in hog 
cholera, 1814, 1815 
vs. Gorham 

Emmons: Mss., 8041 

Wilkins: Mss.. 8103 
Girls industrial school, see Michigan. State 

industrial home lor girls 
Glacial epoch 

Hobbs: Late glacial and post glacial up- 
lift, 2177 

Leverett: Review of glacial geology of 
Southern Peninsula, 2726 

Montgomery: Glacial phenomena, 5473 
Gladden, H. P. 

Taft: Bush fruits, 6454 

: Eighty new strawberries, 6455 

: Fruits at agricultural college, 6459 

: Potatoes, 6473 

: Raspberries, 6475 

: Small fruit notes, 6477, 6478 

: Small fruit trials at college, 6480 

: Strawberries, 6482 

: Strawberries and raspberries, 6483 

: Strawberry culture, 6484 

: Strawberry notes for 1899, 6485 

: Vegetables, old and new, 6493 

Gladstone 

Charter, 1816 

Polk «Sr CO.: Directory, 5767 
Gladwin, H. 

.Mss., 1817 
Gladwin coxmty 

Map of Gladwin and Clare co. lands, 7854 
Glazier, W. 

Baker: Sources of Mississippi, 200 
Gleason, H. A. 

Adams : Ideological survey di Isle Royale ; 
Ecological relation of invertibratc fauna 
by H. A. Gleason, 7 

Glen Lake 

Day: Glen Lake region, 935 
Glenn, T. H. 

.Michigan. Constitutional convention: 
Journal, 3320 

Glimpses of Detroit, 1818 
Glover, L. H. 

Twentieth century history of Cass co., 
1819 

Godfrey, S. C. 

Detroit River tunnel, 1820 

Godfrey, G. 

Mss., 8049 



240 



INDEX 



GODFROY, J. J. 

Mss., 8049 

• ,P- 

Mss., 8049 
Godwin, G. C. 

Michigan. State board of health: Opin- 
ions relative to duties and compensa- 
tion of health officer, 4902 
Goff, J. H. 

Michigan. Lake Superior canal semi- 
centennial celebration commission: St. 
Mary's Falls canal, 3832 
'Gogebic 

Milwaukee, lake shore and western rail- 
way CO. : Gogebic and other resorts, 
5455 
^Gogebic county 

Evans: Collection of amphibians and 

reptiles from, 1620 
Inspector of mines: Annual report, 1821 
Weston: Plat book, 7456 
Goldberger, J. 

Report of investigation of diphtheria 
carriers, 1822 
Goodale, G. P^ 
Dinner, 1517 

. H. J. 

Survey of Fort Street from Detroit to 
Dearbomville road, 8405 
Goode, G. B. 

Sons of the American revolution. Dis- 
trict of Columbia society: Battle 
fields of Maumee valley, 6334 
Good government league, Grand Rapids 
"Bucket shop department store," 1823 
Ellis as a juggler, 1824 
Record on which G. E. Ellis asks nomi- 
nation for governor, 1825 
Repudiated by Republicans, 1826 
Goodman, J. B. 

Lands in Delta co., 7855 
Good roads' association, see Michigan. 

State good roads' association 
Goodrich, L. A. 

Water supply of Hillsdale, 1827 
Goodrich 

Polk & CO. : Directory, 5768 
Good templars, see Independent order of 
good templars 

Gordon, C. H. 

Geological report on Sanilac co., 1828 
Report on Port Huron oil field, 1829 
Wave cutting on west shore of Lake 
Huron, 1830 

• , J. w. 

Michigan. Governor: .Special message 
[of Acting Gov. Gordon], 3630-3632 
-, N. K. 



Helm: Fort Dearborn massacre, 2101 
-, W. C. 



Geological section from Bessemer down 
Black River, 1831 

Gore, V. M. 

Michigan. Constitutional convention: 
Report of committee on submission, 
3327 



GORTON, L. G. 

Michigan. Agricultural college: Bread, 
brawn, brain, 2987 

Goss, D. 

History of Grand Rapids, 1832 
Published material relating to history of 
Grand Rapids, 1833 

Gould, H. P. 

Map of Ann Arbor, 7610 
Government 

Government of citv of Detroit and Wayne 

CO., 1834 
Government of village of Caro, 1835 
Ownership 

[Coolev]: On government ownership, 
814" 
Publications 

Michigan. State library: Catalogue, 
5029 

See also Michigan. Politics and govern- 
ment 

Grabau, A. W. 

[Lane]: Limestones, 2604 

Monroe formation, 1836 

Stratigraphy of the Traverse group, 1837 
Grace hospital, Detroit 

Annual report, 1838 

Grace hospital, 1839 
Grafting 

Hood: Laboratory manual, 2199 
Graham, A, A. 

Legislation in Northwest Territory, 1840 

Mendenhall: Boundary line between 
Ohio and Indiana, 2950 
Graham and McKenzie 

Journal "B", 8406 

Ledger "B", 8407 

and Morton transportation co. 

Graham and Morton line, 1841 
Grain 
Damage 

Geismar: Grasshoppers, 1793 
Prices and shipment 

Bissell and co. : Mss., 8060, 8099, 8100, 
8102, 8111 

Grand army of the republic 

Dept. of Michigan 

[Chamberlin] : Memoirs, Detroit post 

no. 384, 630 
Detroit post, no. 384 

Detroit post. 1846 
Greetings, 1842 
Journal, 1843 
Manual, 1844 
[Souvenir of Lansing], 1845 

Detroit tribune: Veteran soldiers' and 
sailors' handbook, 1492 

Veteran publishing co. : The veteran, 

6761 
See also Soldiers 

Grand Blanc 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5768 



INDEX 



241 



GRAND HAVEN 

Charter, 1847. 1S48 
Commercial association 

Grand Haven, 1849 
Directory 

Polk, 'Murphv & co.: Directorv, 5790 
Maps 

Map, bv S. S. Montague, 7705 
Harbor, by U. S. War dept., 7942 
Presbyterian Sunday school 

History, 2166 
Public school librarv 
Catalogue, 1850, 'l851 
Grand Island 

Chart of island and its approaches, bv 
U. S. War dept., 7873 

forest and game preserve, 1852 

Grand Rapids 

Akenbrandi: Men behind guns in mak- 
ing greater Grand Rapids, 78 
Annual reports, 1853 
Armenian colony 

Kassabian: Armenians in Grand 
Rapids and western Mich., 2465 
Art collection 

Grand Rapids. Public library: Cata- 
logue, 1919 
Assessment rolls 

Grand Rapids. Inde.\, 1905 
Association of commerce 

Director}- of social welfare orgainza- 

tions, 1854 
Grand Rapids progress, 1954 
Manufacturers' directory. 1855 
Statistical record, 1856, 1857 
Atlas 

Polk & co's. illustrated historical atlas, 

7495 
See also Grand Rapids. Maps 
Bailey's gazeteer and directory, including 

sketch and business directory, 186 
Baker: City of Grand Rapids, 201 
[Ball]: John Ball. 209 
Baptist church, see Grand Rapids. Foun- 
tain Street Baptist church 
Benevolent association 

Mocrdyk: History, 5465 
Biographical 

City of Grand Rapids, 680 
Board of education 

Annual catalogue, 1858 

Annual report, 1859 

Centennial celebration of inauguration 

of 1st President of U. S., 1860 
Grand Rapids school law, 1861 
Manual, 1862 
Proceedings, 1863 

Robinson and Campau: Complete 
specifications for new central high 
school, 5995 
School survey, 1864 

health and poor commissioners 

Annual report. 1865 
Monthly bulletin, 1866 
Sur\-ey of 5 years work at tuberculosis 
sanatorium, 1867 

31 



GRAND RAPIDS -Continued 

police and tire ci immissioners 
Annual report, 1868 
Code of rules and regulations of fire 

dept., 1869 
Manual of police dept., 1870 
Standing rules, 1871 
See also Grand Rapids. Fire dept. 

public works 

Annual report, 1872 

Grand Rapids water works, 1873 

trade 



Act of incorporation, 1874 

Dickinson brothers: Grand Rapids. 
1505 

Grand Rapids as it is, 1875-1877 

[Souvenir], 1878 

[Thoits]: Souvenir; Grand Rapids 
board of trade outing, 6520 
Building inspector 

Davidson: Building inspector's hand- 
book, 925 
Canal 

Kent CO. Board of supervisors: Peti- 
tion for extension of time for con- 
struction of canal around Grand 
Rapids, 2521 

;^ • : Resolu- 
tions requesting select committee on 
Grand Rapids canal to visit and 
examine canal, 2523 

Kingsbury: Memorial asking certain 
legislation on canal, 2538 

[Michigan. Commissioners on the 
Grand Rapids canal]: Communi- 
cation, 3284 

; . Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on public lands: Report con- 
cerning canal lands, 4156 

Select 



committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred bill to provide 
for construction of canal around 
Grand- Rapids, 4316 



: Report relative to, 43 1 7 

; — . State land office: Com- 
munication in accordance with reso- 
lution relative to money paid con- 
tractor, 4991 
Centennial celebration 

Centennial anniversary of American 
independence, 624 
Charities 

Booth: Survey of charities and 
philanthropies, 399 
Charity organization society 

Annual report, 646 
Charters 

Charter, 1881-1892 
See also Grand Rapids. Ordinances 
Christian Reformed church 

Gedenkboek van het vijftigjarig jubi- 
leum, 1791 

Churches 

Moerdyk: Historj', 5465 



242 



INDEX 



GRAND RAPIDS— Continued 

City engineer, sec Grand Rapids. Board 
of public works 



government 

Michigan. Political science associa- 
tion: City government, 4792 
hall, see Grand Rapids. Inaugural 

proceedings 
plan commission 

Brunner: Preliminary report for city 
plan, 478 
 surveyor 

Report on additional water supply, 
1893 
Civic club 

Annual report, 684 

Civic affairs, 683 

news, 687 

Constitution, 685 

Report on sheriff's office, 686 
Colonial club 

[Colonial club], 745 
Commercial credit co. 

Tax list, 758 
Commerce, see Grand Rapids. Associa- 
tion of commerce 
Common council 

Manual, 1894 

Proceedings, 1895 

See also Grand Rapids. Charters; 
Grand Rapids. Ordinances, etc. 
Congregational church 

Grand Rapids receipt book, 1896 

Manual, 1897 

See also Grand Rapids. Park Con- 
gregational church 
Dau's blue book, 913 
De Molay commandery, see De Molay, 

Order of 
Description 

Business album, 535 

[Dean-Hicks printing co.]: Grand 
Rapids, Mich., 938 

Dillenback: Grand Rapids in 1874, 
1513 

 : Grand Rapids annual for 

1875-6, 1514 

[Fisher]: Grand Rapids illustrated, 
1699 

Grand Rapids. Board of trade: [Sou- 
venir], 1878 

-. Herald : Grand Rapids 

illustrated, 1952 

Illustrated industrial souvenir, 2276 

Shaw: Industries, 6210 

Souvenir, 6355 

Tecvin: Handbook and guide, 6512 

True: Official city guide, 6597 

White: Grand Rapids, 6894 ^ 

Wittemann: Grand Rapids, 7002 

Deutschen Evang. Luth. Immanuels- 
gemcindc 
Geschichte, 1803 
Diocese of 
Report of subscriptions for education 
of seminarians, .5948 



GRAND RAPIDS— Continued 

Directories 

Bards and co's. business directory, 226 

Burch, Polk & co. : Grand Rapids di- 
rectory, 496 

Classified business directory, 709 

Directory, 1520, 1521 

French: Grand Rapids city directory, 
1766 

Grand Rapids. Association of com- 
merce: Manufacturers' directory, 
1855 

[Holland]: Grand Rapids city direc- 
tory, 2185 

Kolts: Cit}' guide and directory, 2577 

Murphy & co. : Grand Rapids city and 
Kent CO. directory, 5509 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5769 

Polk, Murphy and co. : Directory, 5790 

Robinson: Business directory, 5994 

White printing co. : Street and railway 
service directory, 6904 

Williams: Grand Rapids directory, 
6941 
District nursing association 

Annual report, 1522 
Eagle 

45th anniversary, 1949 
Education, see Grand Rapids. Board of 

education 
Federation of Catholic parishes 

Grand Rapids. Public library: List 
of books by Catholic authors, 1923 
women's clubs 

Year book, 1898 
Fire dept. 

Wilson: History, 6963 

See also Grand Rapids. Board of 
police and fire commissioners 
First Reformed church 

Moerdyk: History, 5466 

Flora 

Cole: Grand Rapids flora, 737 

Fountain Street Baptist church. Jack- 
son circle 
Choice collection of tested recipes, 1899 

Furniture co. 

House and its plenishings, 1900 

Furniture industry, see Furniture indus- 
try and trade 

Furniture record, 1950 

Furniture strike 

Flaherty: History, 1705 

[Gilbert]: Tale of two cities, 1807 
Gilbert, Thomas D., memorial 
Ceremonies at dedication, 627 

Good government league 

"Bucket Shop dept. store," 1823 
Ellis as a juggler, 1824 
Record on which G. E. Ellis asks nomi- 
nation for governor, 1825 
Repudiated b}^ Republicans, 1826 

Government, see Grand Rapids. City 
government 



INDEX 



243 



GRAND RAPIDS— Continued 

Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad 
Agricultural and industrial ilcpt. 

Acres of opportunities, 1945 
Allegan co. Citizens: Petition to 

confer public lands on G. R. & I. R. 

R., 51 
By-laws, 1935 
Communication transmitting statement 

of condition of road, 1936 
Emmons: Mss., 8041, 8078, 8080, 8105 
Exhibit of condition and affairs, 1937 
Guide to lands for sale, 1938 
Joy: Mss., 8136 

Legislation conferring land grant, 1939 
Mackinac, 1940 
Map of land grant, by G. W. & C. B. 

Colton & CO., 7856 
Michigan showing location of 

land grant to railroad, 7328 
[ — ] summer resort section of 

north Mich., 7388 
Memorial for portion of lands donated 

by Congress, 1941 
Michigan in summer, 1942 
Passenger dept. 

Guide to haunts of "little fishes," 
1946 

Guide to resorts, 1947 

Michigan in summer, 1948 
Report, 1943 
St. Joseph CO. Citizens: Petition 

praying legislature to confer on 

Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad 

CO. portion of lands granted to aid 

construction of railroads, 6117 
Statement of condition and affairs, 1944 
Grant club 

Parrish: Speech before Grant club, 

5654 
Health, see Grand Rapids. Board of 

health and poor commissioners 
Herald 

Almanac, 1951 

Grand Rapids illustrated, 1952 
High school 
[Annuals], 1901 

Pioneer; a weekly newspaper, 5745 
Robinson and Campau: Complete 

specifications for, 5995 
Historical societv 
Constitution, 'l902 
Publications, 1903 
History 

Baxter: History of Grand Rapids, 263 
Dillenback: Grand Rapids in 1874, 

1513 
Everett: Memorials of Grand River 

valley, 1624 

: Scraps from history, 1625 

French: Grand Rapids directory, 1766 
Goss: Histon,' of Grand Rapid's, 1832 
: Published material and original 

sources, 1833 
History and directory of Kent co., con- 
taining history- of, 2142 



GRAND RAPIDS Continued 

Holt: Storv of Grand Rapids, 2196 
Tuttle: History, 6608 
Widdicomb: Address at banquet in 
commemoration of semi-centennial 
anniversary of incorporation, 6920 
Hospitals 

Butterworth hospital: Annual report, 

544 
See also St. Mark's hospital 
Inaugural proceedings at opening of city 

hall, 1904 
Index to assessment rolls, 1905 
Industries 

Dickinson brothers: Grand Rapids, 

1505 
Howell: Industrial advantages of 

Grand Rapids, 2227 
Land: Historical and descriptive re- 
view, 2595 
Junior high school 
Searchlight, 6195 
Kindergarten association 

Annual report, 1906 
Knights of Columbus, see Knights of 

Columbus 
Labor union, sec Grand Rapids. Trades' 

and labor council 
Ladies' literary club 
Announcement, 1907 
Stinchcomb: History of, 6409 
Lagrave St. Chr. Ref. church 

Beets: Thinking on God's loving- 
kindness; souvenir of quarter-cen- 
tennial celebration, 335 
Maps 

[Birds eye view], by Cole & Demar, 7713 
City of Grand Rapids, by Collar & 

Greiner, 7712 
, by F. W. Ste- 
vens, 7715 
Ellsworth's addition, by W. L. Coffin- 
berry, 7724 
Grand Rapids, by G. F. Cram, 7716 

, by A. Ruger, 7709 

, by Sanborn map and 

publishing co., 7714 

-, by C. Shober & co., 7710 



Map, 7711 

, by R. L. Polk & co., 7720 

, by Rumsey and Works, 7722 

showing trees on [public] library 

site, 7717 

[ showing] location of building east 

of [public] library site, 7718 

[ ] showing location of [public] li- 
brary site, 7719 

Xellist's map of one day trips around, 
7723 

Plat, by J. Almy, 7706 

, by C. Barnes, 7707 

of subdivision known as Mission 

Reserve and constituting part of 
5th ward, by J. Almy, 7708 

R. L. Polk & co's. map, 7721 
See also Grand Rapids. Atlas 



244 



INDEX 



GRAND RAPIDS— Continued 

May: State of Mich. Supreme court; 

Mary May vs. city of Grand Rapids, 

2931 
Mayor 

Message, 1908 

Weston: Documents and addresses, 
6883 
Mich, trust co., see Mich, trust co. 
National bank 

Mich, bank directory, 5363 

Old National bank: Dictionary of 
Grand Rapids, 5592 

: General letter on 

trade conditions, 5593 
Ordinances, etc. 

Ordinances, 1909-1913 

See also Grand Rapids. Charters 
Park Congregational church 

Immen : Story of Park Congregational 
church, 2280 
Peninsular club 

Peninsular club: [Constitution, by- 
laws and list of members], 5694 

: [Manual], 5695 

Plaster and its uses, 1953 
Playgrounds 

Digest of cooperative work for public 
playgrounds, 1510 
Police, see Grand Rapids. Board of 

police and fire commissioners 
Politics, see Grand Rapids. Good gov- 
ernment league 

Poor, see Grand Rapids. Board of health 
and poor commissioners 

Postal service 

U. S. Postoffice dept.: Scheme of city 
distribution, 6680 

Postoffice 
Guide, 1914 

Press club. 

Constitution, 1915 

Progress, 1954 

Public library 

Annual report, 1917 

Bulletin, 1916, 1918 

Catalogue, 1919, 1920 

[Invitation for dedication], 1921 

Library and schools, 1922 

List of books by Catholic authors, 1923 

Little journey in Ryerson library, 1924 

Public playgrounds, see Grand Rapids. 

Playgrounds 
school library 

Catalogue, 1925-1931 

welfare commission 



Report, 1932 

works, see Grand Rapids. 



Board 

of public works 
Quadrangle map, see Quadrangle maps 
Ryerson public library, see Grand Rapids. 

Public library 
St. Mark's hospital, see St. Mark's 

hospital 



GRAND RAPIDS— Continued 

Sanitary affairs 

Michigan. State board of health: 
Special reports relative to com- 
municable and preventable diseases, 
also constitution of sanitary associa- 
tion, 4930 
See also Grand Rapids. Board of 
health and poor commissioners 
Schools 

[Judd]: School survey, 2430 
See also Grand Rapids. Board of 
education; Grand Rapids. High 
School; Grand Rapids. Kinder- 
garten association 
Semi-centennial anniversary 

Widdicomb: Address in commemora- 
tion of, 6920 
Shinkman: 240 Schachaufgaben in, 6236 
Social welfare organizations 

Grand Rapids. Association of com- 
merce: Directory, 1854 
Society blue book, 1955 
Sophie de Marsac Campau chapter, 
D. A. R. 
Program, 920 
Yearbook, 921 
Statistics, see Grand Rapids. Association 

of commerce 
Superior court 
Calendar, 548 

Dunham: Superior court, 8380 
Telephone directory 

Citizens telephone co.: Grand Rapids 
directory, 678 
[Tower]: Builders of greater Grand 

Rapids, 6560 
Township 

Catalogue of school district no. 15, 1956 
Trade, see Grand Rapids. Board of trade 
Trades' and labor council 

Labor day souvenir, 1933 
Turner: Statement before committee on 

public lands, 6604 
Veterinary college 
Prospectus, 1957 
Vice committee of forty-one 

Report, 1934 
Water works, see Grand Rapids. Board 

of public works 
Welfare commission, see Grand Rapids. 
Public welfare commission 

Whist club 

[The members; the contests], 6893 

Williams: Friendly fellows of furniture 
town, 6946 

Women's clubs, see Grand Rapids. Fed- 
eration of women's clubs 

Grand Pointe summer resort 
Souvenir, 6354 

Grand River 

Harbor at Grand Haven, by U. S. War 

dept., 7942 
Map of drainage basin, 7378 
of mouth, 7973 



INDEX 



245 



GRAND RIVER— Continued 

Michijjan. Board oi inttrnal improve- 
ment : Report in compliance with reso- 
lution of senate, 3201 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on internal improvement: Re- 
port of committee to whom was re- 
ferred bill to improve Grand River, 
4102 

-. Com- 



mittee on public lands: Report of 
committee to whom was referred peti- 
tion asking improvement of school sec- 
tion upon which capilol is located, 4157 
. . . Com- 
mittee on roads and bridges: Report 
(relative to right of E. Ingersoll to 
keep ferr\' across], 4223 

Select 



committee: Report relative to im- 
provement, 43 IS 

River and flood sen,'ice, by U. S. Weather 
bureau, 7972 

U. S. War dept.: Sur\-ev of Grand River, 
6699 

See also Grand Rapids canal 

road 

Michigan. Legislature: Memorial and 
resolutions, 3958 

valley 



Everett: Memorials, 1624 
Richmond: Fur traders of, 5976 
Wadsworth: Mss., 8177 

Grand Traverse Bay 

[Ueiroit and Cleveland steam navigation 

CO.): Omena resort, 1402 
Northeast end of Lake Mich., bv U. S. 

War dept., 7899 

college 

Bcnzonia college: Catalogue, 350 

county 



Board of supervisors 

Proceedings, 1958 
Buckley and Douglas lumber co. : Few 

facts about farm and fruit lands, 482 
Haves: Atlas, 7457 
Officers, 1959 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 57S6 
Pond & CO.: New atlas and directory, 

7458 
Sprague: Histon.', 6369 
Teacher's directory, 1960 
Traverse region, 6580 

disease 

Smith: Grand Traverse disease, 6276 



region 

Histon.-, 2700 



Leach : 

Map, by H. G.Rothwell, 7379 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on agriculture and public in- 
struction: Report of committee to 
whom was referred bill to establish 
branch of agricultural college in, 4436 

Winchell: Grand Traverse region, 6974 



GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Co. 

Dttrtiit. Rccx)r<kT's court: Petition for 
separation of grades, 1338 

Emmons: Mss.. 8078 

Grand Trunk railway, 1961 

Joy: Mss., 8136 

Passenger dept. 

Mineral bath city, Mount Clemens, 
1964 

Summer playgrounds, 1962 

resorts. 1963 

Grandville industrial association 

Grandvillo, 1965 
Grange, E. A. A. 

Diseases of farm animals, 1966 

Experimental work among cattle, 1967 

Experimental work among horses, 1968 

Foot-rot in sheep, 1969 

Obser\'ations on disease affecting eyes of 
of sheep, 1970 

Tuberculosis in cattle, 1971 

Grange aid association, Battle Creek 

[Prospectus], 1972 

Granger, B. F. 

Progress of radicalism, 1973 

Granges 

National grange in Mich. : Souvenir, 5529 
See also Michigan. State grange; Na- 
tional grange in Mich. 

Grant, C. B. 

Michigan. University. Defalcation in 
chemical laboratory, 5227 

Grant club 

Parrish: Speech before Grant club at 
Grand Rapids, 5654 
Grapes 

Shear: Grape sprapng experiments, 

6225 
Taft: Raspberries, blackberries, grapes, 
6475 

Grasses 

Adair: Autumn catalogue, 4 
Beal: Replies about, 309 

: Ribgrass, 310 

: Study of seeds of timothy and red 

clover, 315 

Grasshoppers 

Geismar: Grasshoppers, 1793 
Gratiot county 
Aver>': Overflowed lands on Maple 

River, 165 
Countv commis.sioner 

Handbook, 1974 
Farm journal directory, 1641 
Map of countits of Clinton and Gratiot, 

by Geil & Hariev, 7446 
— — , by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7460 
National publishing co.: Imperial atlas, 

7459 
Portrait and biographical album, 5831 
Tucker: Gratiot co., 6600 

Graves, B. F. 

I. P. Christiancv, 1975 
Mss., 8197 



246 



INDEX 



GRAVES, B, F.— Continued 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on privileges and elections: 
Report of committee to whom was re- 
ferred petition that E. Hussey be 
excluded from seat in senate, 4628 
Gravier, G. 

Decouvertes et etablissements de Cavelier 
de La Salle, 1976 
Gray, A. 

Communication in defense of audits of 
dept. of public works, Detroit, 1977 

Stockton: Report communicating report 
of superintendent of mineral lands on 
Lake Superior, 6415 

, O. W. and son 

Railroad map of Mich., 7287 

, W. J. 

Mss., 8057, 8059, 8069, 8087, 8089, 8091, 

8093, 8095, 8097, 8099, 8124 
See also Willcox, Sheldon and Gray 
Grayling 

Michigan. Governor: To legislature 
relative to establishing permanent en- 
campment and maneuvering grounds, 
3781 

Great Britain 

Admiralty. Hvdrographic office 
Lake Mich., 7901 

Foreign relations 

McLaughlin: Western posts, 2852 

Laws, statutes, etc. 

Bunker: Negotiable instruments law, 
492 
Lakes and Great Lakes region 

Arundel: Motor boat boys on, 158 

Barrows: Surface water supply, 232 

Beers: History of, 334 

Blair: Indian tribes of region, 382 

Blanchard: Discovery and conquests of 
Northwest, including incidents of pio- 
neer life in region of, 386 

Brown: Western gazetteer, 472 

Butterfield: History of Brule's dis- 
coveries, 541 

Callahan: Neutrality of American lakes, 
553 

Campbell: Radisson's journal, 565 

Channing: Story of, 642 

Col. Clayton's lake tour, 727 

Colton: Tour, 748 

Cummins: Journal written during tour 
• of, 881 

Curwood: Great Lakes, 885 

Disturnell: Great Lakes, 1523 
 : Trip through lakes, 1526 

Ensign, Bridgman and Fanning's lake 
and river guide, 1602 

Flaherty: Brief sketch of earliest his- 
tory, 1704 

Fountain: Great Northwest, 1739 

Gravier: Decouvertes et establissements 
de Cavelier de La Salle, 1976 

Hall: Marine disasters, 2014 

Hallet: Trial by fire, 2017 



GREAT LAKES AND GREAT LAKES 
REGION— Continued 

Harrington: Currents, 2053, 2054 
Hodge: Papers concerning early navi- 
gation, 2179 
Houston: Annual report upon improve- 
ment of harbors, 2218 
Jennings: List of rotatoria of Great 
Lakes, 2400 

: Rotatoria of U. S., 2401 

Johnson: Highways and byways, 2405 
Judson: Myths and legends, 2431 
Kane: Myths and legends, 2464 
Laflin & co. : Need of national law to 
regulate size of mesh of nets on Great 
Lakes, 2586 
Lakes of North America, 2591 
Lanman: History of Mich., civil and 

topographical, 2619 
La Salle: Relation of discoveries and 

voj^ages, 2686 
Law: Among lighthouses of Great Lakes, 
2690 

Deeds of valor, 2691 
Heroes of Great Lakes, 2692 
Life savers in Great Lakes, 2693 
Leverett: Pleistocene of Indiana and 

Mich., 2725 
Long: Marine review course finder, 2758 
McKennev: Sketches of tour to lakes, 

2835 
Maps 

Accurate map of British Empire and 
North America, 7097 

North America, by 

E. Bowen, 7103 
Amerique septentrionale, par le Sr. 
d'Anville, 7088 

, par H. Jaillot, 

7079 

, par N. Sanson, 

, par le Sr. Rob- 
ert de Vaugondy, 7089 

Amplissimae regionis Mississipi, [by] 
J. B. Homann, 7086 

British colonies in North America, 7106 

British governments in North America 
agreeable to proclamation of 1763, 
7098 

Le Canada faict par le Sr. de Cham- 
plain, suiuant les memoires de P. 
du Val, 7076 

Canada, Louisiane et terres Angloises, 
par le Sr. d'Anville, 7091 

Le Canada, ou Nouvelle France, par N, 
Sanson, 7074 

Carte de I'Amerique septentrionale 
depuis La Baye d'Hudson jusqu' 
au Mississipi, 7110 

Carte du Canada, 7075, 7081 

Carte du Canada ou de la Nouvelle 
France, par G. Delisle, 7100 

Carte tres curieuse de la Mer du Sud 
[by Nicolas de Fer?], 7085 



7073 



INDEX 



247 



GREAT LAKES AND GREAT LAKES 
REGION— Continued 

Carle tks Etats-L'nis do rAmcriquc 

septentrionalc, par M. Brion de la 

Tour. 7109 
Carte gencrale des colonies Angloises 

dans I'AmiTiquc septentrionalc, 7114 
Carte de Xouvelle France [by Nicolas 

de Fcr?], 7084 
Carte des pavs sous noni Canada, par 

Sr. R. de V'augondy, 7090 
Carte des possessions Angloises & 

Francoises du continent dc TAmer- 

ique septentrionale, 7093 
Charte liber die XIII Vereinigte 

Staaten von Xord-Amcrica, ent- 

worfen durch F. L. Giissefeld, 7115 
Exact map of five Great Lakes, 7126 
Map of British dominions in North 

America, by P. Bell, 7102 
British Empire in North 

America, by S. Dunn, 7105 
British and French dominions 

in North America, by Jno. Mitchell, 

7095 

five Great Lakes, 7879 

New France, by H. Moll, 7083 

portion of North America from 

Great Lakes to Gulf of Mexico, 7077 

U. S., by I. Fielding, 7112 

northwest parts of \J. S., by J. 

Fitch, 7117 
New and accurate map of British 

dominions in America, by T. Kitchin, 

7101 
New map of English Empire in America, 

by R. Morden, 7080 
north parts of America, by 

H. Moll, 7087 
and correct map of North America, 

corrected from original materials of 

Gov. Pownall, 7107 
map of North America from latest 

discoveries, 7099 
North America, corrected 

from original materials of Gov. 

Pownall, 7113 
part of U. S. exhibiting 

western territory; also lakes, by J. 

Car>-, 7130, 7131 
western parts of Va., Pa., 

Md. and N. Car., by T. Hutchins, 

7108 
North America, by W. Bern,', 7078 

, by J. Scnex, 7082 

from French of 



d'Anville, by T. Jeflfcr>-s, 7094 
from French of 



d'Anville, 7104 



Mr. 
Mr. 



agreeable to most ap- 
proved maps and charts, by T. Con- 
der, 7111 

Partie de I'Amt^rique septentrionale, 
par Sr. R. de Vaugondy, 7096 

Partie occidentale de Nouvelle France 
ou du Canada, par Mr. Bellin, 7092 



GREAT LAKES AND GREAT LAKES 
REGION -Continued 

Stale boundary lines in Great Lakes, 

7880 
U. S. according to definitive treaty of 
peace, 1783, by W. McMurray, 7116 
See also Lake Erie; Lake Huron; Lake 
Mich. ; Lake St. Clair; Lake Superior; 
Michigan. Maps; Northwest. Maps 

Marine history, 2879 

-Marine review publishing co. : Time and 
distance tables for lake .ships, 2880 

Alarsh: On cyclopidae and calanidae, 
2896 

Marshall: Building and voyage of the 
Griffon, 2906 

Michigan. Historical society: Historical 
and scientific sketches of Alich., 3807 

. Lake Superior semi-centennial 

celebration commission: St. Mary's 
Falls canal, 3832 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on harbors: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred so much 
of governor's message as relates to lake 
harbors and navigation, 4085 

Mills: Our inland seas, 5453 

Neill: Discovery along Great Lakes, 5535 

Ossoli: Summer on the lakes, 5615 

[Re^molds] : Standard guide, 5958 

Sadler: Some points in connection with 
shipbuilding, 6063 

Scenes on Lake Hiu-on, 6151 

Schoolcraft: Narrative journal of travels 
through northwestern regions, 6173 

: Summary narrative of expe- 
dition to sources of ^Iississippi, 6182 

Scott: New coast pilot, 6189 

Smith : Fisheries of Great Lakes, 6306 
Spears: Trip on Great Lakes, 6360 
Stewart: Memorial asking grant of land 

for "North shore line", 6408 
Strickland: Old Mackinaw, 6431 

Thayer: From Vermont to Lake Su- 
perior, 6517 

Trimble: Lake pilot's handbook, 6584 

U. S. Dept. of commerce and labor. 
Steamboat inspection service: Pilot 
rules for Great Lakes, 6663 

U. S. Lake survey: Annual report upon 
survey of northern and northwestern 
lakes, 6673 

— . — . : [Catalogue of charts], 

6674 

Water- way talcs, 6815, 6816 

Whiting: Remarks on supposed tides 

and periodical rise and fall of North 
American lakes, 6908 

Winchell: Isothermals of lake region, 

6975 
Wor>lson: Castle Nowhere, 7038 

Great northern Portland cement co. 
[Prospectus], 1978 



2i8 



INDEX 



GREAT RAILROAD CONSPIRACY CASE 

Detroit. Fire dept.: Memorial of J. A. 
Van Dyke, 1137 

Fitch: Report, 1702 

Lilibridge: Report of trial, 2743 

Seward: Argument in defence of A. F. 
Fitch, 6203 

Van Dyke: Argument in railroad con- 
spiracy case, 6737 
Great union fair of Mich. 

Officers, rules, etc., 1979 
Great war 

Detroit and Mackinac railroad co. : 
Helping to feed and clothe America, 
1405 

Michigan. Governor: Gov. Sleeper 
calling attention to draft registration 
regulations, 3788 

. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws, 

relative to military affairs, 3910 
Great western railway 

Appeal showing necessity of early com- 
pletion, 150 

D. B. Cooke & co's. guide, 8006 

Emmons: Mss., 8078, 8080 

Romeyn and Lockwood and Clarke: 
Mss., 8046 

Toms: Mss., 8097 
Greek letter men 

Maxwell: Greek letter men of Mich., 
2925 

Greeley, A. 

Plan of private claims in Mich. Terri- 
tory, 7860 

Green, S. M. 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Supplement 
to Green's treatise on townships, 3527 

practice, 1980 

Proposed revision of general statutes, 1981 

Revised statutes, 1982 

Treatise on townships, 1983, 1984 
-, T. K. 



Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Select 
committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred memorial for grant 
of lands in consideration of monies 
overpaid on purchase of primary school 
lands, 4718 

Green Bay 

Coast chart no. 1 north end of Green Bay, 

by U. S. War dept., 7883 
Entrance, by U. S. War dept., 7884 
North end, by U. S. War dept., 7881 
North end of Lake Mich., by U. S. War 

dept., 7900, 7903 
South end, by U. S. War dept., 7882 
U. S. Lake survey: Lake Mich, and 

Green Bay, 6676 

Greenfield 

Robinson: Atlas of Detroit and suburbs, 
7646 
Greening nursery co., Monroe 

Fortune in fruit farming, 1985 

Greenleaf, J. 

Mich., 7197 



GREENLY, W. L. 

[Michigan. Governor: Communication 
transmitting report of disbursements 
under appropriation for Mexican war], 
3651 
Greenville 

Charter, 1986, 1987 

Fox: Sewerage, 1743 

Mulhern : Water supply, 5499 
Greenville, Treaty of, 1795 

Wilson: Peace of Mad Anthony, 6964 

: Treaty of Greenville, 6965 

Gregory, J. M. 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
school funds and laws, 3427 

Relations of normal school to school sys- 
tems, 1988 
, W. M. 

Geological report on Arenac co., 1989 

Preliminary report on Arenac co. and 
parts of Ogemaw, Iosco and Alcona 
COS., 1990 

Grenell, J. 

Michigan. Commission of inquiry on 
minimum wage legislation for women: 
Report, 3262 



-,Z. 

Trowbridge: Pioneer days, 6594 

Greusel, John H. 

Story of anti-ripper candidate, 1991 

, Joseph 

Gen. A. S. Williams, 1992 

Griffin, C. 

Miscellaneous mss., 8176 

Griffon 

Marshall: Building and voyage, 2906 
Remington: Ship-yard of Griffon, 5947 

Grimsley, G. P. 

Gypsum of Mich., 1993 

Gross, I. 

Map of Lapeer co., 7505 

, I. M. 

Map of Allegan co., 7409 

Grosse He 

Dau's blue book, 913 

Potawatomi Indians: Deeds, 8519 

Women's improvement association of 

Grosse He: Treaty tree and memorial 

tablet, 7015 

Grosse Pointe 

Dau's blue book, 913 

[Hall]: Grosse Pointe, 2016 

New map of Detroit and suburbs, by S. 

Farmer & co., 7681, 7685 
Naming of Lake St. Clair, 1994 
Sauer: Standard guide and directory, 

6140 
Quadrangle map, see Quadrangle maps 

Grosse Pointe Farms 

Map, from map bv T. Campau & son, 
7725 

Grove, C. 

Plan for better education through free 
newspapers, 1995 



INDEX 



249 



GROVER, F. R. 

Brici" historv ut Lcs Cheneaux Islands, 
1W6 
Guaranteed securities corporation of De- 
troit. 1QQ7 
Guaranty trust co. 

Vcur .iiiiv as stockholder, 199S 
[Guffin, J. T.l 

Report of hearing on school book legis- 
lation, 1999 
Gunn, J. A. 

Memorial sketches of Dr. M. Gunn, 2000 
, M. 

Gunn: Memorial sketches, 2000 
Gussefeld, F. L. 

Cliarte uber die XIII Vercinigte Staaten 
von Xord-America, 7115 
(Guyot, A. H.] 

East central states, special geographv of 
Ohio, Ind.. 111. and Mich., 2001 

Geography of Mich., 2002 
Gypsum 

Grand Rapids plaster and its uses, 1953 

Grimsley: Gypsum of Mich., 1993 



Hachtel, F. W. 

Goldberger: Report on investigation of 
<ii])htheria carriers, 1822 
Hackley, C. H. 

Lincxjln, Grant, Sherman, Farragut, 2744 

Patton: Grant, Sherman, Farragut, 
Lincoln, 5675 
Hackley art gallery 

Aesthetics, 2003 

Annual report, 2004 

Catalogue of inaugural exhibition, 2005 

Pattison: Opening, 5673 

Wyer: Art museum, 7055 
public library 

Dedication, 2006 

Hacklev public librarv, 2007 

Quarteflv bulletin, 2008 
Haddock, R. 

Resources and industrial interests of 
Mich., 2009 
[Eager, A. D.] 

Ancient mining on shores of Lake Su- 
perior, 2010 
Haigh, H. 

Lc i^'cr. 8408 
[Haight, W. C] 

Binding effect of Ordinance of 1787, 2011 
Haines, £. M. 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 
concerning organization and govern- 
ment of to^NTiships, 3938 
Hairy vetch 

Shoesmith: Hairy vetch, 6239 
Haldimand, Gen. 

Miscellaneous mss., 8172 
Hale, D, J. 

Marl, 2012 
,W. 

Detroit. Common council: Remarks, 

nil 



HALL, B. F, 

Harlv historv of northwestern states, 2013 

, J.w. 

Marine disasters on western lakes, 2014 

— ,J. 

West. The, 2015 

[— , T. P.l 

Grosse Pointe, 2016 
Hallet, R. M. 

Trial l)y lire, 2017 

Halligan, C. P. 

Celerv culture, 2018 

Onioii culture, 2019 

Starting a lawn, 2020 
Hallman, E. T. 

Tuberculin tests for tuberculosis in cattle, 
2021 

Hallock, C. 

Vacation rambles in north. Mich., 2022 
Halpin, J. G. 

Poultry raising, 2023 
Hambitzer, J. F. 

Michij^an. Board of state canvassers: 
Papers in removal, 3227 
Hamer, T. L. 

Speech, 2024 
Hamilton, B. 

Consolidated corporation law, 2025 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc. : Modem 
law of business corporations, 3847 
,H. 

Law: Colonial historv of \ incennes, 2689 

Proclamation, 8409 

-, H. E. 



Incidents and events in life of Gurdon 
Saltonstall Hubbard, 2026 

-, Capt. J. 



Mss., 8182 
-, J. P. 



Michigan. Employment institution for 
the blind: Chief needs of adult blind, 
3531 

-, M. D. 



Statement of trade and commerce of 
Detroit, 2027 

-, Capt. O. 



Mss., 8182 

[ , R. E.?] 

Peaceful valley farms, 2028 

Hamlin, M. C. W. 

Legends of Le Detroit, 2029 
Hammond, C. G. 

Memorial, 2030 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Select 
committee: Report of committee to 
inquire and report facts in regard to 
alleged overdraft on treasury, 4357 

. . Senate. Com- 
mittee on finance: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred resolution 
instructing attorney general (to recover 
sum of money], 4494 



250 



INDEX 



HAMMOND, J. E, 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction 
Alemorial day, 3407 



State manual, 3437 



Suggestive programs for special day 
exercises, 3446 



Text-book legislation, 3456 
Mich, souvenir, 2031 
School law, 2032, 2033 
Hammond Bay, Lake Huron 

Poe: Annual report upon improvement 
of certain rivers and harbors, 5752 
Hamtramck, J. F. 

Power of attorney to S. Sibley, to confess 
judgment unto R. and J. Abbott on 
bond, 8409 

Hamtramck 

Atlas 

Robinson: Atlas of Detroit and 
suburbs, 7646 
Maps 

New map, by S. Farmer & co., 7676 

of Detroit and suburbs, by 

S. Farmer & co., 7681, 7685 
Sauer: Standard guide and pocket 

directory, 6140 
Street railway 

Record book, 8410 
U. S. Bureau of census: Special census, 

6627 
Hamtramck township 
Citizens 

Petition, 2034 

Hancock, C. F. 

Weston : Plat book of Houghton co., 7465 

Map of St.' Clair, 7749 
Wayne co., 7586 

Hancock 

Birds eye view, by A. J. Cleveland, 7726 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5764 

Hankinson, T. L. 

Biological survey of Walnut Lake, 2035 
Observations on fishes of Houghton co., 

2036 
Results of Shiras expeditions to Whitefish 

Point, 2037 
Ruthven: Miscellaneous papers on 

zoology, 6057 
Hannan real estate exchange 
Detroit, 7699 

Hannibal and St. Joseph railroad 

Joy: Mss., 8136 

Harbor Beach 

Patrick: Some damage by lake storm in 
1913, 5658 
Harbor improvement, see River and harbor 
improvement 

Harbor Point association 

Historv, articles of association, and by- 
laws, 2038 



HARBOR SPRINGS 

[Detroit and Cleveland steam navigation 
CO.]: Where to spend summer, 1403 

Harbor Springs Christian association 
History, constitution, 2039 

Polk (S: CO. : Directory, 5763 
[Harford, W. M.] 

Short sketch of life and services of J. 
Walker, 2040 
Haring, F. B. 

Haring's brief on conditional sale lays, 
2041 
Harley, H. 

Circular letter concerning administration 
of justice, 2042 
[Harmer, W. M.] 

Lumbering, 2043 
Harney, E. M. 

Map of Kent co., 7492 
Harper hospital, Detroit 

[Articles of incorporation, deed, by-laws, 
etc.], 2044 

Bulletin, 2045 

Constitution, 2046 

Mss., 8155 

Report, 2047 

U. S. General hospitals. Detroit: Pre- 
scriptions at Harper hospital, 8578 

[What Detroit needs most], 2048 
Harriman, K. E. 

Ann Arbor tales, 2049 
, W. D. 

Memorial of Judge J. W. Babbitt, 2050 
Harrington, E. B. 

Reports of cases, 2051 

Revised statutes, 2052 

See also Van Dyke and Harrington 
, M. W. 

Currents of Great Lakes, 2053, 2054 
Harris, C. H. 

Sanitarv drainage and sewerage, 2055 
, J. E. 

Soil acidity, 2056 

-, J. c. 



Facts regarding Bay co., 2057 
-,S. 



Mich, cavalry at Gettysburg, 2058 
Personal reminiscences, 2059 
Stories of Civil war, 2060 
Story of war of rebellion, 2061 
-, S. S. 



[Trowbridge]: Tributes to his memory, 
6590 
-, W. C. 



Public life of Z. Chandler, 2062 
Harrison, B. 

Stone: Biographical sketch, 6417 
, W. H. 

Jackson: Life, 2353 

Harrow family 

Mss., 8411 

Hart, A. B. 

Documents illustrating state land claims 
and cessions, 2063 

relating to territorial admin- 
istration, 2064 



INDEX 



251 



HART, A. N. 

Micingan. Legislature. House. Special 
committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred petition fo W. H. 
Clark asking investigation of acts and 
doings of, 4365 

Williams: Memorial relative to exami- 
nation into affairs of Amboy, Lansing 
and Traverse Bay railroad, 6939 



Michigan. Legislature 

mittee on the militia 

tion, 4602 
Petition to amend militia law, 2065 



Senate. Corn- 
Report on peti- 



Citv of Ann Arbor, 7607 

Detroit, 7628 

Map of Jackson, 7729 
Hart 

High school 
Mirror, 2066 
Hartford 

Ladies' librar\- association 
Bc>c.k-list, 2067 

Hartley, E. F. 

U. S. Bureau of the census: Special cen- 
sus of population of Hamtramck, 6627 

Hartman, S. B. 

Can general farmer afford to grow apples, 
2068 

Hartt, G. W. 

Michigan. State prison: Rebuilding 
men, 5091 

Hartwick, L. M. 

Oceana co. pioneers and business men, 
2069 

Hartwig, W. J., co. 

Ikneral catalogue, 2070 

Harvey, C. T. 

Michigan. Legislature. 

mittee on elections: 

tested election case 

Warner. 4042, 4043 

, Mrs. S. V. E. 

Jubilee annals of Lake Superior ship canal, 

2071 
Semi-centennial reminiscences of Sault 

(.anal, 2072 

Harwood, P. M. 

Potatoes, 2073, 2074 

Roots vs. silage for fattening lambs, 2075 

Smut in oats and wheat, 2076 
Haskell, S. 

Half-centun.' memorial, 2077 

Historical sketch of Kalamazoo college, 
2078 

Histon.' of Kalamazoo college, 2079 

Quarter-centurj' ebenezer, 2080 
bros. 

"Wolverine state", 7298 
Haskins, R. W. 

New England and West, 2081 

Hastings, E. P, 
Mss., 8131 



House. Com- 
Report in con- 
of Harvey \s. 



HASTINGS, H. 

Michigan. Governor: Mt-ssiigc trans- 
mitting correspondence in relation to, 
.>()()5 
Hastings 

Charter, 2082 

Official city directory, 2083 

Porter: Business directory of Barry co., 

containing history of Hastings, 5807 
Women's club 

Margaret, a mosaic, 2084 
Hatch, W. S. 

Chapter of historv of War of 1812, 2085 
Hathaway, C. S. 

Our fireman, 2086 
Hathon, A. E. 

Map of Detroit, 7627 
Haven, E. O. 

Ann Arbor. Memorial proceedings in 
honor of A. Lincoln, with address of, 
133 
Autobiography, 2087 
Michigan. State teachers' association: 

Memorial, 5110 
Winchell: Memorial discourse on life 
and services, 6978 
Hawes, G. A. 

Loomis and Talbott's Ann Arbor city di- 
rectory, 2768 
 Monroe city direc- 
tory, 2769 
Hawkins, O. 

Petition to admit colored men to privi- 
lege of elective franchise, 2088 
Hawthorne 

Sargent: Crataegus in southern Mich., 
6139 
Hay, H. 

Narrative of life on old frontier, 2089 
Hay 

Beal: Comparing yield of old meadows 

with recently seeded, 297 
See also Marsh hay: Straw 
Hay and grain association, see Michigan. 

Hay and grain association 
Hayden, C. 

Austin, F. G., as trustee in bankruptcy 
of C. Currie & co., 8227 
Hayes, E. L. 

Atlas of Grand Traverse co., 7457 

Isabella co., 7476 

Leelanau co., 7508 

Mecosta co., 7522 

Newaygo co., 7538 

Osceola co., 7547 

, R. B. 

Michigan. Legislature: Memorial, 3955 

Hay Lake channel 

U. S. Cungress. Senate. Committee on 
commerce: St. Mar>''s River and Hay 
Lake channel, 6659 

Waterways convention: Sault Ste. Marie 
cana! and Hay Lake channel, 6817 

Hazen, Gen. W. B. 

Bailcv: Report on Michigan forest fires 
of i881, 185 



252 



INDEX 



HAZEUR, F. 

Cadillac: [Contract between Cadillac, 
Arrive and Gaultier, and Hazeur], 8276 

Hazelwood, A, 

Water and water supply in Mich., 2090 

Headley, C. B. 

Annual statement of business of Saginaw 

valley, 2091 
Lewis: Annual statement of business of 

Saginaw valley, 2732 

Headlight, 2092 

Healing waters at Ypsilanti, 2093 

Health 

Ann Arbor. Board of health : Rules and 

regulations, 103 
. Dept. of public health: 

Monthly report, 118 
Aven,': Overflowed lands on Maple 

River, 165 
Baker: Climate and health, 193 
: Report on American soc. sci. 

association meeting, 194 
Bartholomew: Drainage and sewerage, 

236 
Fox: Sewerage of Greenville, 1743 
Gillam: Effect of overflowed lands, 1808 
Healing waters at Ypsilanti, 2093 
Hitchcock: Report on slaughter houses, 

2176 
Long: Present and future water supply 

of Ionia, 2760 
Parker: Meetings and expenses of town- 
ship boards, 5644 
: Powers and duties of local 

boards, 5645 

Public-health subjects before 



American social science association, 
5646 

Verification by health officer of 



diagnosis of diseases dangerous to 
pubHc health, 5647 

Ranney: Health service of a state, 5919 

Vaughan: Healthy homes and foods for 
working classes, 6753 

: Mouth conditions and their 

relations to public health, 6754 

See also Detroit. Board of health; Michi- 
gan. State board of health 

laws 

IMichigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 
relating to public health, 3874 

resorts 



Alpena magnetic spring, 75 

Clark mineral springs bath house, 704 

Cutter: Guide to Mount Clemens, 899- 

902 
History and location of Eaton Rapids, 

2143 
St. Clair mineral springs co. : Illustrated 

circular of Oakland, 6113 
St. Louis magnetic spring, 6118 

Healy, W. P. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Special 
committee: Report of committee to 
investigate charges against, 4370 



HEARDING, W. H. 

True copy of plot of military reservation 
at Ft. Gratiot, 7852 
Heckewelder, J. 
Askin: Mss., 8129 
Mitchener: Ohio annals, 5464 
Hedrick, U. P. 

Native plums, 2094 

Taft: Potatoes, 6470, 6473 

, W. O. 

History of railroad taxation, 2095 
Hegner, R. W. 

Bibliography of periodical literature and 
publications of learned societies of 
interest to zoologists in U. of M. li- 
brary, 2096 
Heineman, D. E. 

Jewish beginnings in Mich., 2097 
Legislature and local bills, 2098 
Michigan's need of budget, 2099 
Startling experience of Jewish trader 
during Pontiac's siege, 2100 
Helm, L. T. 

Fort Dearborn massacre, 2101 
Helme, J. W. 

Clean cows, 2102 
Hemans, L. T. 

History of Mich., 2103-2106 

Michigan. Historical commission: L. T. 

Hemans, 3805 
Services at funeral, 8536 
Hempsted, E. L. 

Michigan. Political science association: 
Papers and addresses on primary re- 
form, 4794 
Hendershot, R. H. 

Dodge: R. H. Hendershot, 1533 
Henderson, Mrs. L. M. 

Obituary, 5577 
Hennepin, L. 

Remington: Ship-yard of Griffon, 5947 
Hennigan, J. F. 

Jackson. Charters, 2358 
Henrotin, E. M. 

Perry: L. H. Stone, 5709 
Henry, A. 

Narrative of captivitv, 2107 

, D. F. 

Address to public, advisability of pur- 
chasing Belle Isle, review of pamphlet 
by, 16 
Mss., 8159, 8160, 8168, 8193 
-,J. 



Beef journal, 8412 

Invoice books, 8413 

Journal of Mackinac store, 8414 

Journals, 8415 

Ledger of Mackinac store, 8416 

Ledgers, 8417 

Letter book. 8418 

Mss., 8173 

Memoranda books, 8419 

Tannery bark book, 8420 

Tannery hide books, 8421 

Tannery journals, 8422 

Tannery ledgers, 8423 

See also U. S. Army. Commissary dept. 



INDEX 



253 



HENRY, J., & Co, 

Account of beef cattle, 8424 

( , S. C] 

Tannery iournal, 8425 
Henry Martjii Loud, 2108 
Herdman, W. J. 

Michigan alumnus, vol. VIII, 5362 
[Hewes, F. W.] 
Histor\^ of formation, movements, camps, 
scouts, and battles of 10th regt., 2109 
Hewitt, L. K. 

Peck: Memorial relative to state agri- 
cultural college, 5689 
Heyerman, O. F. 

Military order of the loyal legion of the 
U. S. Mich, commandery: In me- 
moriam, 5438 
Hiawatha 

Schoolcraft: Algic researches, 6157 

: Myth of Hiawatha, 6172 

Hickox, G. H. 

Remarks at funeral of Lieut. P. S. Leg- 
gett, 2110 

Hicks, F. 

Potter: History of Barrj' co., 5855 

_ & CO. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on claims: Report, 4008 
-, Palmer & co. 



Ledger, S426 
Higby, F. W. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on military afifairs: Report on 
petition of, 4599 

Higgins, S. G. 

.Salt mrlustry in Mich., 2111 

Higher education 

Berry: Obstacles in U. of M., 354 

Coolidge: Relation of higher education 
to state, 817 

McLaughlin: History of higher educa- 
tion in Mich., 2845 

See also Education; name of college, nor- 
mal school or university- 
Highland Park 

Atlas 

Baist's real estate atlas of survevs of 
Detroit and Highland Park, 7687 

Finances 

Ford: Financial statement, 1728 

Maps 

Map, by Stewart & Fr>\ 7727 
New map, by S. Farmer & co., 7676 

of Detroit and suburbs, by 

S. Farmer & co., 7681, 7685 

Ordinances, etc. 

Miscellaneous ordinances, 2112 

Population 

U. S. Bureau of the census: Special 
census, 6628 

Sauer: Standard guide and pocket di- 
rectory', 6140 

High schools 

Michigan. Commission on high school 
course of study: Course of study, 3258 



HIGH SCHOOLS— Continued 

. Dept. of public instruction: 

Township rural liigh schools, 3459 
See also Education; Michigan. Agri- 
cultural college. Dept. of agricul- 
tural education; vSecondary education 
High school oratorical association, see 
Michigan. High school oratorical asso- 
ciation 

Highway dept., see Michigan. Highway 

dejjt. 

Highways, see Roads 
Hildebrand, S. F. 

Meek: Synoptic list of fishes within 50 
miles of Chicago, 2936 
Hildreth, S. P. 

Contributions to early history of North- 
west, 2113 
Pioneer history, 2114 
Hill, A. 

Letter to board of education, Saginaw, 
on occasion of establishing four scholar- 
ships, 2115 
[In memoriam], 157 

Michigan. Forestry commission: Mich, 
forestry, 3547 
— ,A.J. 

Pine industry, 2116 

Memorial against law to suppress pound 
or trapnet fishing, 2117 

, J. w. 

St. Clair. Common council: Corpora- 
tion manual, 6104 

, S. W. 

Geological map of trap range of Ke- 
weenaw Point, 7783 
Map of Isle Royale, 7874 
Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on elections: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred petition 
contesting seat of E. G. Seymour, 4044 
Remarks on geological survey, 2118 
Hillsdale 

Board of education 

[Hillsdale union school], 2119 
College 

Alpha kappa phi society 
Histor^^ 2147, 2148 
Thirteenth annual Melcndy prize 
meeting, 2124 
Amphictyon society 

Histor>', constitution and member- 
ship, 2145 
Annual catalogue, 2120 
Bulletin, 2121, 2122 
First 50 years, 2123 
Reynolds: Closing chapter of story of 
50 years, 5960 

Hillsdale college; early his- 



[- 



tory, 5961 



and removal, 5962 



founding 
-; sketch of 



history — loss of buildings, 5963 



254 



INDEX 



HILLSDALE— Continued 



; sketch of 

history — recent loss of buildings, 
5964 " , 

[ ]: True review, 5965 

Directory 

.Polk & CO.: Directory, 5770 
Goodrich: Water supply, 1827 
Mitchell public library: Annual report, 

5463 
Reynolds: City of Hillsdale, 5959 
Whelan : Water supply, 6890 
Hillsdale county 

American atlas co. : Plat book, 7462 
Brown: History of Ransom township, 

470 
History, 2154 
Map, by L. Geil & L. L. Jones, 7461 

[ ], by U. S. Postofifice dept., 7463 

Ogle & CO. : Standard atlas, 7464 
Polk & CO. : Directory, 5770 
Portrait and biographical album, 5832 
Hinchman, T. H. 

Banks and banking, 2125 
Hines, E, N. 

Road book of Mich., 2126 

Hingham, Mass. 

. M.SS., 8179 
Hinman, R. 

Red way: Natural advanced geography, 
5935 

Hinsdale, B. A. 

General introduction to courses in teach- 
ing, 2127 

History of U. of M., 2128 

Old Northwest, 2129, 2130 

Our common schools, 2131 

Spirit and ideals of U. of M., 2132 

Theoretical and critical and practical 
courses in teaching, 2133 

Three important documents relative to 
western land cessions, 2134 

U. of M. as constitutional institution, 
2135 

Hinsdill, M. 

Michigan central railroad co. : Reply to 
communication concerning compara- 
tive rates of freight, 5379 
Histology 

Huber: Directions for work in histologi- 
cal laboratory, U. of M., 2253, 2254 

Historical commission, see Michigan. His- 
torical commission 

memoranda of Territory of Mich., 

2136 

.sketch of Petoskey, 2137 

- sketches of education in Mich., 

societies 

Michigan. Historical commission: Sketch 
of historical societies, 3798 

; . : Sugges- 
tions for local historical societies, 3797 

See also Michigan. Pioneer and historical 
society; name of society 



2138 



HISTORICAL SOCIETIES— Continued 

Ohio 

Gallagher: Facts and conditions of 
progress in Northwest, 1781 

souvenir of celebration of 16th 

anniversary of colonization of Hollanders 
in western Mich., 2139 

— writings of O. H. Marshall, 2140 

History and directory of churches of Detroit, 
2141 

• — — Kent CO., 2142 

location of Eaton Rapids, 2143 

commercial advantages and future 



prospects of Bay City, 2144 
, constitution and membership 



of 



Amphictvon society of Hillsdale college, 
2145 
— — of Allegan and Barry cos., 2146 

Alpha kappa phi society of Hills- 



2150 



dale college, 2147, 2148 

— Bay CO., 2149 

Berrien and Van Buren cos 

Calhoun co., 2151 

discovery and workings of silver 

mines in Iron River district, 2152 

 Genesee co., 2153 

— Hillsdale co., 2154 

Jackson co., 2155 

^ Kent CO., 2156 

• —  Lake Huron shore, 2157 

Lapeer co., 2158 

Livingston co., 2159 

— • Macomb co., 2160 

Manistee, Mason and Oceana 

COS., 2161 

- — • Muskegon co., 2162 

Oakland co., 2163 

Olivet college, 2164 

Ottawa CO., 2165 

Presbj^terian Sunday-school 



at 

Grand Haven, 2166 

Saginaw co., 2167 

Saginaws, 2168 

St. Clair co., 2169 

St. Joseph CO., 2170 

— - —  — - — Shiawassee and Clinton cos., 2171 

Tuscola and Bay cos., 2172 

• — • Upper Peninsula, 2173 

Washtenaw co,, 2174 

, resources and prospects of Saginaw 

valley, 2175 
History 

Larzelere: Suggestions for teaching his- 
tory in rural schools, 2684, 2685 
Hitchcock, H. O. 

Report on slaughter-houses, 2176 
Hixon, W. W., & CO. 

Plat book of northern Mich., 7389 

Hobbs, W. H. 

Late glacial and post glacial uplift, 2177 

Hodge, H. C. 

Memorial claiming seat in house, 2178 
Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on elections: Report in relation 
to memorial claiming seat of C. Free- 
man, 4045 



INDEX 



255 



HODGE, W. 

Papers concerning early navigation of 
Groat Lakes, 2179 
[Hoffman, C. F.] 

Wniter in West, 2180 
, J. M. 

Sauinaw valley review, 2181 
Hogaboam, J. J. 

Bean Creek valley, 2182 
Hogs 

1 )avenport : Pigs, breeding tests, 924 

(jiltner: Studies of agglutination re- 
actions in hog cholera, 1814, 1815 

Michigan. Agricultural college. Ex- 
periment station: Hog cholera situa- 
tion. 3018 

Robbins: Hog cholera, 5986 

Shaw: Cull beans as food for swine, 6213 

: Digester tankage for swine, 6214 

: Equipment for breeding, feeding, 

care and management of swine, 6217 

Smith: Pig feeding, 6279 

Waterman: Hog cholera, 6814 

Si.e also Stock food; Swine 
Holbrook, D. C. 

Mss., 8196, 8198 
Holcroft, J. 

Map of canal at Sault Ste. Marie, 7987 
IHolden, E. A.) 

Souvenir, national grange in Mich., 2183 
, P. G. 

Harwood: Potatoes, 2074 

: Smut in oats and wheat, 2076 

Holidays 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Special day programs, 3435, 3436 



Suggested exercises, 3443 
Holland, A. H. 

Gazetteer of Marquette co., 2184 

( , T. A.] 

Grand Rapids director\', 2185 
Holland 

Board of health 
Rules, 2186 

public works 

Annual report, 2187 
Charter, 2188 
Common council 

Rules, 2189 
Harbor 

Holland Harbor, bv U. S. War dept., 

^943 
Poe: Annual report upon improvement 
of certain rivers and harbors, 5752 
High school 

Boomerang, 2190 
Histor\' 

Van Schelvcn: Centennial, 6749 
Huizinga: What Dutch have done in 

west of U. S., 2258 
Map 

Holland Harbor and Black Lake in- 
cluding city, by U. S. War dept., 
7943 
Ordinances, 2191 



HOLLANDERS, see Dutch in Mich. 
Hollands, Mrs. H. T. 

When Mich, was new, 2192 
Hollister, H. J. 

Daniel Ball, 2193 
Holmes, C. 

Map of Saginaw, 7748 
, J. c. 

Communication relative to financial con- 
dition of State agricultural society, 
2194 

Mss., 8041, 8068, 8075, 8076, 8078, 8080 

— .J-T. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on public lands: Report of 
committee to whom were referred 
petition for removal of State land ofHce 
from Marshall to Grand Rapids, 4591 
Holsinger, C. 

Petition for relief, 2195 
Holstein breeders' association, see West 

Mich, holstein breeders' association . 
Holt, C. M. 

Story of Grand Rapids, 2196 
Homann, J. B. 

Amjjlissimae regionis Mississipi, 7086 

Home kindergarten school, Detroit 

[Annouiu-enienll, 2197 

Homeopathic branch, see Michigan. Uni- 
versity 

college, sec Detroit homeo- 
pathic college 

institute, see Michigan. In- 
stitute of homoeopathy 

 medical society, see Michigan. 

Homeopathic medical society 

Homeopathy 

Burton: Beginnings in Detroit, 510 

: First homoeopathic physician in 

Mich., 511 

Ellis: Memorial in favor of homeopathic 
treatment in Mich, asylums, 1596 

Joy : Protest against homeopathic branch 
of university, 2428 

Michigan. Homeopathic college: An- 
nual announcement, 5403 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on education: Report relative 
to erection of chair of homeopathy in 
university, 4037 

Thayer: Memorial on subject of estab- 
lishing chair of homoeopathy in U. of 
M., 6518 

Treadwcll : Petition for chair^of homoeo- 
pathy in university, 6582 

See also Michigan. School of homeo- 
pathy and surgery; Michigan. Uni- 
versity. Homoeopathic medical school ; 
Michigan. University. University 
homeopathic hospital 
Homer 

Lane: Homer, 2613 

Xeilham: Directory, 5533 

Homeseekers' excursions to northern Mich., 
2198 



256 



INDEX 



HOMESTEAD LANDS 

Michigan. State land office: Report, 
5003 
Honey 

Cook: Honey analyses, 789 

: Planting for honey, 795 

Hood, G. W. 

Laboratory manual of horticulture, 2199 
Hook, H. H. 

Detroit illustrated, 1455 
Hope college 

Aniiual report, 2200 
Constitution, 2201 
' Fiftieth anniversary catalog, 2202 
Kolyn: Book of words of pageant of 

Hope, 2578 
Rcmemlsrancer, 2203 
Year book, 2204 
Hopkins, C. C. 
Michigan. Supreme court: Exercises 
in memory of J. V. Campbell, 5123 

 , G. H. 

Memorial address on life and character 
of J. J. Bagley, 2205 
, W. R. 



Report on new town [Huron], 2206 
Hopson, W. 

Mss., 8117 
Hore, R. E. 

Allen: Mineral resources of Mich., with 
treatise on Mich, copper deposits by, 60 
Horn, G. C. 

Spies public library : Catalogue of Indian 
and nature studies, 6364 
Horner, J. S. 

Merrell: J. S. Horner, 2956 
Hornsby, L. 

Grand Traverse co.: Teacher's direc- 
tory, 1960 
Horses 

Grange : Experimental work among, 1968 
Norton: Preliminary report on winter- 
ing farm work horses, 5570 
Horticultural society, see Michigan. State 

li()rlicultural society 
Horticulture 

Bailey: Hints on rural adornment, 180 

— '■ : Notes on fruits [etc.], 181 

Clark: Suggestions concerning legume 

innoculation, 699 
Clubb: Spring Lake, 715 
Fletcher: Outline of elementary course 

in, 1706 
•Hood: Laboratory manual of, 2199 
Lyon: History of Mich, horticulture, 

2783 
Western Mich. Lake shore horticultural 
association: Proceedings of conven- 
tion, 6877 
See also Fruit and fruit culture; Michigan. 
Public domain commission 

Horton, R. E. 

Available water power, 2207 
Deforestation, 2208 

Hosford, O. 

Memorial of Rev. O. Hosford, 2209 



HOSKINS, N. 

Notes upon western country, 2210 
Hospitals, see Michigan. University. Uni- 
versity homoeopathic hospital; Michi- 
gan. University. University hospital 

Hot water heating, see Detroit. Heating 
and lighting co. 

Hough, F. B, 

Diary of siege of Detroit, 2211 
, O. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Select 
committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred so much of gover- 
nor's message as relates to abolition of 
slavery, 4742 

Houghton, D. 

Bradish: Memoir, 424 
Copy of letter to T. H. Hubbard, 2212 
Full length portrait and memoir, 1773 
Map of Calhoun co., 7432 

Jackson co., 7479 

Lenawee co., 7509 

Washtenaw co., 7575 

Michigan. Geological survey: State in 

account with D. Houghton, 3574 
Portrait of, 5851 
U. S. Congress. House. Committee on 

public lands: Mineral lands — sale of, 

6654 
Winchell: D. Houghton, 6971 



Map of mineral region of south shore of 

Lake Superior, 7836 
Mineral region of Lake Superior, 2213 
Reports, 2214 

Houghton 

Board of education 

Annual catalogue, 2215 

Annual reports, 2216 
Directory 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5764 
Houghton and Ontonagon railroad 

Report, 2217 
Quadrangle map, see Quadrangle maps 

Houghton county 

Allen: Contributions to Pre-Cambrian 
geology; geology of Limestone Moun- 
tain and Sherman-Hill [by] E. C. Case 
and W. J. Robinson, 55 
Biographical record, 369 
Farm and business directory, 1635 
Grouped cross sections illustrating strati- 
graphical relations between Houghton 
and Keweenaw cos., by Mich, geo- 
logical survey, 7778 
Hankinson: Observations on fishes of, 

2036 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5771 
Ruthven: Miscellaneous papers on zool- 
ogy, 6057 
Weston: Plat book, /465 
House decoration, see Grand Rapids. Furni- 
ture CO. 
documents, see Michigan. Legis- 
lature. House 



INDEX 



HOUSE DRAINAGE 

Parkt-r: rul)lic health subjects before 
American social science association, 
5646 

of correction, sec Detroit. House of 

correction; Michigan. Industrial school 

for boys; Michigan. State house of cor- 

. rection and branch of state prison in 

Upper Peninsula 
Houses 

Lyster: Report on healthful dwellings. 

2786 
S(.i' also Flats 
Housing code 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc. : Housing 
code. ,?S76 
Housing commission, see Michigan. Hous- 

iiij.: coiTiniission 
Houston, D. C. 

Annual report upon improvement of 
harbors, 2218 
Howard, C. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report rela- 
tive to allowing claim, 4560 

, D. W., sec Howard and Welch 

, Jacob M. 

In mcmoriam, 2309 
Mss., 8044, 8046, 8055, 8165 
Michigan. Legislature. House: Reso- 
lutions relative to sub-treasury, 3971 
Protest against committee to inquire into 
overpayment of governor's salary, 2219 
-, John 



7 mt ————— 

Memorial respecting swamp lands, 2220 
•, Joshua 



[Mss.], 842 

-,s. 



Michigan. Legislature. House. Special 
committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred memorial relative 
to preser\-ation of forest trees, 4375 

, S. and C. 

Statement showing difference in accounts. 
2221. 1111 
"-, *T~ B." 



Mss., 8201 

, W. A., see Howard and Cargill; 

Howard and Toms 
Howard and Cargill 
Mss., 806'J 

Toms 

Mss., 8041, 8069, 8079, 8081, 8083, 8087, 
8095, 8097, 8099 
Welch 



Mss., 8142 
Howard City 

Polk 6c c(j. : Directon.', 5763 

Polk, Murphy and co'.: Director,-, 5790 
Howe, D. W. 

Laws and courts of Northwest, 2223. 2224 
, E. E. 

Break o'dav, 2225, 2226 
-, U. T. ' 



HOWE AND TERRY 

Maj) ut port i« 111 ul" silver range of Lake 
Superior, 7842 
Howell, A. 

Irwin: Annotations, 2344 
Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc. : Howell's 
annotated statutes, 3877 

• 1 , . : General 

statutes, 3930 

Sessions: Manual for county clerks, 

sheriff's and constables, 6201 
Tiffany: Treatise on criminal law of 

Mich., 6539-6541 
: Treatise on powers and duties 

of justices of peace, 6542-6546 

, Mrs. A. 

Bixby: Historical sketches of ladies' 

library associations of Mich.. 376 
-,C. 



1 — 

Grand Rapids. Charters: Revised char- 
ter, 1884 

 Ordinances, etc. : Ordi- 
nances, 1910 

Industrial advantages of -Grand Rapids, 
2227 
-, C. A. 



J — 

Tiffany: Treatise on powers and duties 
of justices of peace, 6546 
-, C. B. 



Mich, nisi prius cases, 2228 
-, W. T. 



Michigan. State teachers' association: 
Memorial, 5110 

3.3 



Memorial asking amendments to char- 
ters of central and southern railroads. 
2229 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on federal relations: Report on 
channel of communication through 
Canada, 4066 

'■ . . Select 

committee: Report on land grants by 
Congress, 4324 

Protest against passage of certain bill. 
2230 

Protest against appropriating tolls of St. 
Mary's canal to payment due counties 
for ta.xes on canal lands, 2231 

Right of government to lease mineral 
lands, 2232 

Howell 

Bward of education 
Annual circular, 2233 
Catalogue, 2234 
History 

Crittenden: Historv, 861 
Smith: History, 6293 
Public library 

Annual report, 2235 
Quadrangle map, see Quadrangle maps 
Howell tuberculosis sanatorium, sec Michi- 
gan. SlatL- sanatorium lor the treat- 
ment of tuberculosis 
Howison, J. 

Sketches of Upper Canada, 2236 
Hoyt, C. O. 

J. D. Pierce, 2237 



258 



INDEX 



HOYT PUBLIC LIBRARY, SAGINAW 

vSubject list, 2238 
Trust deed, 2239 

[Hubbard, A, C] X 

Fruit culture, 2240 
Orchards and fruits, 2241 

,B. 

Catalogue of lands for sale, 2242 
Climate of Detroit, 2243 
Geological survey, 2244 
Houghton: Reports, 2214 
Mss., 8119, 8121, 8203 
Memorials of half-century, 2245, 2246 
-, Mrs. E. 



Petition asking passage of bill relative to 
license laws and sale of liquors, 2247 
-, G. S. 



Autobiography, 2248 
Hamilton: Incidents and events in life 
of, 2026 
-, H. G. 



Coleoptera of Florida and Mich., 2249 
-, H. W. 



Palmer: Mss., 8200 
, L. L. 

Valuable private library, 2250 
Keweenaw Point, 2251 
Lane: Geology of lower Micli., 2601 
Michigan. Geological survey: Extracts 
from annvial reports, 3564 
-, M. A. 



Schedule of lots in Allegan for sale, 6154 

-, R. J. 



Mss., 8119 
-, S. 



Schedule of lots in Allegan for sale by 
M. A. Hubbard, 6154 
-, T. H. 



Houghton: Copy of letter to, 2212 
Mss., 8119 

and King 



Mss., 8123 

Hubbardston 

Citizens 

Decoration ceremonies, 2252 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5772 

Hubbell and Weeks 

Detroit city directory, 1421 

Huber, G. C. 

' Directions for work in histological lab- 
oratory, U. of M., 2253, 2254 
Michigan alumnus; vol. VIII, 5362 

Hudson, J. L. 

Detroit, 2255 

General A. S. Williams monument asso- 
ciation: Minutes on death of J. L. 
Hudson, 1794 

. R- 

Michigan. University: Memorial dis- 
courses, address by, 5194 

, R. P. 

Michigan. State board of health: Michi- 
gan, a summer and health resort state, 
4900 



HUDSON 

Charter, 2256 

Trinity Protestant Episcopal church 
Church record, 2257 

Hughart, W. O. 

Map of Mich, showing land grant to 
Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad, 
7328 

Hughes, D. D. 

[Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad co.]: 
Legislation conferring land grant, 1939 
Huizinga, G. F. 

What Dutch have done in west of U. S., 
2258 

Hulbert, A. B. 

Military roads of Mississippi basin, 2259 
Society of colonial wars. Michigan: 

Message of mound builders, 6326 

, E. J. 

Calumet conglomerate, 2260, 2261 
Geological and topographical map of 

mineral district of Lake Superior, 

7840, 7841 

Hulburt and Faulkner 

Manistee city and county director^'-, 2262 
Hull, A. 

Plan of Detroit, 7624 

,W. 

Campbell: Revolutionarv services and 

civil life of, 572 
Clarke, J. F. : W. Hull and surrender of 

Detroit, 705 

, S. C. : W. Hull, 708 

Dearborn: Defence of Gen. Dearborn, 

939 
Defence of, 2263 
[Foster]: Capitulation, 8398 
Lossing: Hull's surrender of Detroit, 

2771 
Lucas: Journal, 2776, 2777 
Memoirs of campaign of northwestern 

army, 2264 
[Moore]: Governor, judge and priest, 

5477 
Report of trial of, 2265 
Trial, 2266 

Walker: Two letters on conduct in sur- 
render of Detroit, 6793 
Hulst, C. S. 

Indian sketches, 2267 

Humboldt 

Holland: Gazetteer of Marquette co., 
comprising directory of, 2184 

Humus 

Smalley: Management of muck-land 
farms, 6259 

Hunt, C. P. 

Jackson. Ordinances, etc.: Ordinances, 

2362 

, H. E. 

Mich, laws relating to women and girls, 

2268 

-, H. P. 



Palmer: Early days in Detroit, 5630 



INDEX 



259 



HUNT, JAMES B. 

AilJriss Id members of agricultural so- 
ciety of Oakland co., 2269 
Michigan. Board of internal improve- 
ment: Communication relative to 
contract ydth D. C. McKinstry, 3182 

, John 

Mss., 8055, 8070 
Hunter and Van Valkenburg 

Map of Kent cu., 74'J7 
Hunting 

Northrup: Camps and tramps in Adiron- 
dacks and gravling fishing in northern 
Mich.. 5562 
Pere Marquette railroad co. : Fishing and 

hunting in Mich., 5699 
. : Mich, sum- 
mer resorts, 5701 
Perr\" Hunting expeditions, 5710 
Shatfmaster: Hunting in land of Hia- 
watha, 6206 
Shields: Rustlings in rockies, 6235 
See also Game and fish laws under Michi- 
gan. Laws, statutes, etc. 
Huntington, S. 

Western Reser\-e historical society: Let- 
ters from correspondence, 6879 
[Hurd, J.] 

[Pnjposition to lease Central railroad], 
2270 
Hurd-Martin co. 

Birli; eve view of Detroit, 7682 
Hurlbut, C. 

Detroit. Board of water commissioners: 
Copy of Chauncey Hurlbut 's will, 1033 

, — . (Steamer) 

Logbook, 8-428 
Huron 

Hopkins: Report on new^ town of, 2206 
Plan of canal and town, by N. Curriers, 

7728 
Town of Huron, at foot of Lake Huron, 
6561 
Huron Bay 

Huron Bay and Huron Island, by U. S. 
War dcp't., 7885, 7886 
Huron county 

Dwight: Township plats, 8381 
Lane: Geological report on, 2599 
Map, by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7466 
Map of Saginaw and Tuscola with part 

of, by D. A. Pettibone, 7555 
Portrait and biographical album, 5833 
Records 

Williams: Mss., 8151 
Huron Island 

Huron Bay and Huron Island, by U. S. 
War (kp't., 7885, 7886 
Huron, Lake, see Lake Huron 
Huron Mission 

PutiLf: Jesuit mss., 5854 
Huron River 

Fuller: Failure of wells, 1775 
Huron River basin 

Map of drainage basin of Huron River, 
7380 



HURON RIVER VALLEY 

Uulline map In mi Ciedilesburg to Parshall 
and White Highway, 7381 

Transeau : Bogs and bog flora, 6563 
Hussey, E. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on privileges and elections: 
Report of committee to whom was re- 
ferred petition that E. Hussey be e.x- 
cludcd from scat in senate, 4628 
Hutchins, H. B. 

Legal eduailion, 2271 

New map of western parts of Va., Pa., 
Md. and N. Car., 7108 

Phillips: Rare map of Northwest, 5731 

[Smith] : Historical account of expedition 
against Ohio Indians in 1764, 6314 

Western Reserve historical society: Bat- 
tle of French Town, 6880 
Hyde, E. F. 

Map of Au Sable River, 7959 
Hyde 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5767 
Hydraulics 

Sabin: Filling and emptying 3rd lock at 
St. Mary's Falls canal,'6060 
Hygiene 

Michigan. State board of health: Public 
health, 4914 

. : Quar- 
ter-century of public health literature, 
4915 

. : Teach- 



ers' sanitary bulletin, 4933 
Hjrmers, E. E. 

Pontiac. Ordinances, etc. 
ordinances, 5800 



Revised 



Ideal publishing co. and information bureau 

Ideal guide to Detroit, 2272 
Idiotic, see Defective and delinquent classes 
Ihling bros. and Everard 

Polk it CO.: Kalamazoo city directory, 
5774 
Illinois 

Beckwith: [Documents, papers, materials 
and publications relating to Northwest 
and], 326 

: Illinois and Indiana Indians,- 

328 
Blanchard: Discovery and conquests of 

Northwest, 385 
Governor 

Message transmitting report on Illinois 
and Mich, canal, 2273 
Illinois and Michigan canal 

Illinois. Governor: Message trans- 
mitting report, 2273 
Illinois central railroad 
Joy: Mss., 8136 
Statements and replies, 2274 
Illinois, Indiana and Michigan railroad co. 
Engineer's report on preliminary sur- 
veys, 2275 



260 



INDEX 



ILLUSTRATED industrial souvenir of Grand 

Rapids, 2276 
Imbecile, see Defective and delinquent 

classes 
Imlay City, 2277 
Immediate effect acts 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Imme- 
diate effect acts, 3878 
Immen, F. 

In mcmoriam, 2278 
Immen, Mrs. L. P. 
vSiiver Springs, 2279 

Story of Park Congregational church, 
2280 
Immigration 

Elliott: Immigration register, 8383, 8384 

: Letter books, 8386 

Michigan. Legislature. vSenate. Com- 
mittee on state affairs : Report relative 
to portion of governor's message which 
relates to, 4672 
. State board of health: Im- 
migrant-inspection service, 4898 
See also Emigration agency; Michigan. 
Public domain commission; Michigan. 
State agent of immigration 
Imperial life insurance society 

Common sense talk on life insurance, 2281 
Imperial publishing co. 
Map of Midland co., 7525 

Incorporation, acts of 

Michigan. Attorney general's office: 
Opinion on acts of incorporation, 3070, 
3071 
Independent forestry commission 

Proceedings of forestry convention in 
Grand Rapids, 5876 
Independent labor party. Detroit 

Circular, 2282 
Independent Order of Good Templars. 
Mich. 
Constitution and by-laws, 2283 
Transactions, 2284 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows 

Belle Oak lodge no. 178 

General laws, by-laws and rules, 2286 
Constitution et reglements de la premiere 

loge Fran^aise de I'ouest, 2285 
Lansing. Friendship encampment no. 33 
Constitution, bv-laws, and rules of 
order, 2287 
Michigan 
Grand lodge 

Proceedings of R. W. grand lodge, 
2288 

grand lodge, 2289 

Weston: Documents and addresses 
while mayor of Grand Rajnds, 6883 
Right worthy grand encampment 
Journal, 2290 

Indiana 

Beckwith: Illinois and Indiana Indians, 

328 
Boundaries, see Michigan. Boundaries 
Dillon: History of Indiana, 1516 



INDIANA (Ter.) 

Proclamation for organization of Wayne 

CO., 8429 
[May]: Memorial of citizens of Indiana 
Territory, 2930 
Indian and pioneer history of Saginaw val- 
ley, 2291 

lands 

Map of part of mineral lands adjacent to 
Lake Superior, by U. S. War dept., 7859 
Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on Indian lands: Report on 
purchasing of, 4525 
River 



Polk & CO.: Directory, 5765 

Indians 

Anishinabe enamiad, 94 

Askin: Mss., 8037, 8130 

Atwater: Indians of Northwest, 160 

Beckwith: Illinois and Indiana Indians, 

328 
Blackbird: History of Ottawa and 

Chippewa Indians, 378 

: Indian problem, 379 

Blair: Indian tribes of Upper Mississippi, 

382 
Blanchard: Discoveiy and conquests of 

Northwest, 386 
Brown, S. R. : Western gazetteer, 472 
, W. E. : Indian legendary poems, 

474 
Burton: E. Douglass, 522 

: Mss., 8191 

Carver: Adventures, 589 

: Travels. 590-602 

Cass: Discourse before historical society, 

608 
Chicago and northwestern railway co.: 

The Indian, the Northwest, 663 
Chippewa Indians: Memorial in favor of 

Maine law, 673 
Col ton: Tour of American lakes and 

among the Indians, 748 
Cook: Six months among Indians, 803 
Copway: Life, history and travels, 836 

: Pa-mah-duk ke-ne-bood, 8302 

Cox: Indian as diplomatic factor in 

Northwest, 847 
Croghan: Selection of letters and jour- 
nals, 864 
Custer: Gen. Custer at battle of Little 

Big Horn, 890 

: Wild life on plains, 893 

DePeyster: Miscellanies, 949 
DeSehweinitz: Life and times of D. 

Zeisberger, 951 
Dillon: History of Indiana, 1516 
Dodge: Narrative during captivity. 1532 
Dubuisson: Official report of war at 

Detroit in 1712, 1551 
Edmonds: Report upon disturbance at 

Potawatamie payment, 1576 
[Etzenhouser] : Engravings of prehistoric 

specimens, 1614 
Felch: Indians of Mich., 1675 
: Mss.. 8154 



INDEX 



2G1 



INDIANS— Continued 

Fernow: Ohio vallt-y, lOM) 
Ftrry: Justice to Mich. Indians, 1602 
Filley: Life and ailvcnturo, 1697 
Gale: Upper Mississippi, 1779 
GiUinan: Certain characteristics per- 
taining to ancient man, 1810 
Helm: Fort Dearborn massacre, 2101 
Henry: Narrative of captivity, 2107 
Hildreth: Pioneer historv, 2114 
Hollands: When Mich. 'was new, 2192 
Hough: Diary of siege of Detroit, 2211 
Hulbert: Military roads in Mississippi 

basin, 2259 
Hulst : Indian sketches, 2267 
Indian and pioneer history of Saginaw 

valley, 2291 
Jackson: Life of W. H. Harrison, 2353 
JefTerson: Reply to speech of Indians 

concerning promises made at treaty of 

Greenville, 8431 
Jones: Journal of visits to Indians on 

west side of Ohio River, 2421 
Judson: Myths and legends of ^lissis- 

sippi valley and Great Lakes, 2431 
Keating: Travels in interior of North 

America. 2466 
Kelton: Indian names and history of 

Sault Ste. Marie canal, 2515 
Leeth : Short biography of, with account 

of life among, 2713 
Littlejohn: Legends of Mich., 2751 
Long: \''oyages and travels of Indian 

interpreter and trader, 2759 
Ludlow: Onawago, 2778 
McClelland: Defence of Gen. Cass, 2793 
McClung: Sketches of western adven- 
ture, 2794-2800 
McKnight: Our western border, 2838 
Mss. of Lenox township, Macomb co., 

8165 
Meginness: Biography of F. Slocum, 

2938 

Metcalf: Collection of narratives of 
Indian warfare, 2960 

[Michigan. Governor: Communication 

• transmitting] documents relative to 

settlements on Niles reservation, 3591 

. Historical society: Historical 

and scientific sketches of Mich., 3807 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on Indian affairs: Report [rela- 
tive to permitting Indians in Emmet 
and Chebovgan cos. to exercise elective 
franchise], 4089 



: Report with 

accompanying documents, 4090 

— : Memorial in 



relation to, 3962 



-. Senate. Select 
committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred circular suggesting 
passage of law for more effectual pre- 
vention qf traffic in ardent spirits with 
Indian tribes, 4730 



INDIANS Continued 

Miscellaneous mss., 8122, 8176, 8182 
Miskouaki: Indian affairs around De- 
troit in 1706, 5459 
Mitchener: Ohio annals, 5464 
Morton: Lake Huron and country of 

Algonquins, 5490 
O'Brien: Two early missionaries to 

Indians, 5582 
Old North-west leaflets, 5594 
[Ottawa Indians: Petition of Ottawa 
Indians residing at L'Arbre Croche], 
5618 
Page: Legendary lore of Mackinac, 5624 
Parkman: Conspiracy of Pontiac, 5648- 

5652 
Perkins: Annals of West, 5704-5708 
Phelps: F. Slocum, lost sister of Wyom- 
ing, 5730 

Pidgeon: Traditions of De-coo-dah, 5736 
Pokagon: 0-gi-maw-kwe mit-i-gwa-ki, 
5756, 5757 

[Prittsj: Abentheuerliche ereignisse aus 
leben ersten ansiedler mittlcren und 
westlichen staaten, 5875 

[ ]: Incidents of border life, 5874 

Rice: David Zeisberger and his own 
brown brethren, 5968 

Rogers: Ponteach, 6007, 6008 

Schoolcraft: Algic researches, 6157 

: American Indians, 6158 

: Archives of aboriginal 

knowledge, 6159 

Bibliographical catalogue 



of books and other publications, 6160 
Discourse before Historical 



society of Mich., 6162 

History of Indian tribes of 



U. S.. 6163 



Incentives to study ancient 
period, 6164 

: Indian in his wigwam, 6165 

]: Indian fairv book, 6166 

]: Indian tribes of U. S., 6167 

Information respecting his- 



tory, condition and prospects of Indian 
tribes of U. S., 6168, 6169 

-: Inquiries respecting history, 



present conditions and future prospects 
of Indian tribes, 6170, 6171 

: Myth of Hiawatha, 6172 

Narrative of expedition 



through Upper Mississippi to Itasca 
Lake, 6174 

: On(5ota, 6176 

Persona! memoirs of a resi- 



dence of 30 years with Indian tribes 
on frontiers, 6178 

: Red race of America, 6179, 



6180 



-]: Suggestions for travellers 
visiting ancient sites, 6181 

Summary narrative of ex- 



ploratory expedition to sources of 
Mississippi, 6182 



262 



INDEX 



INDIANS— Continued 

 : Travels in central portions 

of Mississippi valle}'^, 6183 

[ ]: Western scenes and remi- 
niscences, 6184 

[Severance]: Peace mission to Niagara 
of E. Douglass, 6202 

Sibley: Mss., 8173, 8175 

Sifferath: Short compendium of cate- 
chism for Indians, 6243 

Slocum: History of F. Slocum, 6256 

: Ohio country between 1783 and 

1815, 6258 

Smith, H. J.: Saginaw valley collection, 
6300 

[ , W.]: Historical account of expe- 
dition against Ohio Indians in 1764, 
6314, 6315 

, W. H.: St. Clair papers, 6318 

Sons of the American revolution. Dis- 
trict of Columbia society. Battle 
fields of Maumee valley, 6334 

Spies public library: Catalogue of Indian 
and nature studies, 6364 

Tanner: Narrative, 6496 

Taylor: Harrison-Tarhe peace con- 
ference, 6508 

Terry: Aborigines of Northwest, 6514 

Thatcher: Indian biography, 6515 

Todd: Lost sister of Wyoming, 6552 

[Tuttle]: Conversations on Mackinaw 
and Green Bay Indian missions, 6609 

U. S. Board of commissioners of Indian 
affairs: Report on claims of creditors 
of Ottawas and Chippewas, 6623 

— . — . OfTfice of Indian affairs: Circular, 
6678 

— . — . President: Message in relation to 
removal of Chippewa Indians from 
mineral lands of Lake Superior, 6684 

— . — . : Message to 1st sess., 

31st Cong., 6685 

— . — . Superintendent of Indian affairs 
for Mich.: Annual report, 6687 

— . — .'War dept.: Letter transmitting 
information in relation to superin- 
tendency of Indian affairs in Mich. 
Territory, 6693 

— . — . . : Schoolcraft and Allen 

— expedition to Northwest Indians, 
6698 

Verwj'st: Life and labors of Rt. Rev. F. 

Baraga, 6758 
: Missionary labors of Fathers 

Marquette, Menard and AUouez, 6759 

Volnev: View of climate and soil of U. S., 
6770, 6771 

Walker: Campaigns of Gen. Custer in 
Northwest and surrender to Sitting 
Bull, 6792 

Webber: Indian cession of 1819, 6841 
Weissert: Indians and trading posts in 

northwest of Barry co., 6850 
Williams: Mss., 8038 



INDIANS— Continued 

Wood: Lives of famous Indian chiefs, 

7027, 7028 
Zeisberger: Diary, 7072 
See also Chippewa Indians; Ottawa 
Indians; Pontiac; Potawatomi Indians; 
U. vS. Supt. of Indian affairs 
Industrial accident board, see Michigan. 
Industrial accident board 

arts 

Detroit. Public library: Industrial arts, 
selected list, 1311, 1312 

education 

Michigan. State commission on indus- 
trial and agricultural education: Re- 
port, 4954 
Warriner: All-day trades school, 6805 
See also Education; Manual training; 
Schools; Vocational education 

enterprise, 2292, 2293 

school, see Michigan. Industrial 

school for boys; Michigan. State In- 
dustrial home for girls 
Industries and industrial history 
Alpena evening echo: Alpena, 74 
Altenbrandt: Men behind guns in mak- 
ing greater Grand Rapids, 78 
Baker: City of Grand Rapids, 201 
Beals: Commercial, industrial and trans- 
portation interests of Detroit, 320 
Champlin: Industrial prosperity, 631 
Detroit. Public library: Welfare work 

in industry, selected list, 1330 
Industries and wealth of Detroit, 2294 
Michigan. Federation of labor: Official 
year book, 3536 

. Public domain commission: 

Michigan, agricultural, horticultural 
and industrial advantages, 4806, 4811 
wealth of Detroit, 2294 



Infant mortality, see Michigan. Statistics, 

vital 
Infantry, see Michigan. Infantry 
Ingalls, E. S. 

Centennial history of Menominee co., 
2296 

Iron mines of Menominee co., 2297 

Fearful tragedy in Medina, 2298 

Ingersoll, E. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on roads and bridges: Report 
[relative to right to keep ferry across 
Grand River], 4223 

Ingham county 

Beers & co. : County atlas, 7467 

Cowles: Past and present, 843 

Durant: History, 1561 

Farm journal directory, 1642 

Map of Lansing and adjoining towns em- 
bracing portions of, by Macy & Driggs, 
7736 

, by Rand, McNallv & co., 7468 

[ ], by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7469 

Mudge: Directory, 5498 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5775 

Portrait and biographical album, 5834 



INDEX 



263 



INGHAM COUNT i' -Continued 

Topographical map of Ingham and 

Livingston cos., by Geil, Harley and 

Siverd, 7470 
See also Lansing 

Inglis, J. G. 

Northern Mich., 2299 

[Ingram, H. K.j 

Tliruc on a tour. 2300 

Inheritance and succession 

[Detroit. Trust co.]: Descent and dis- 
tribution of property, 1352, 1353 
Michigan. Auditor general's office: In- 
heritance tax law information, 3124 
. Laws, statutes, etc.: Inheri- 
tance tax laws, 3883 

trust CO.: Laws relating to 



descent and distribution of property, 

5429 
Union trust co. : Digest of Mich, laws, 

6619 

. : Union trust co., 6621 

Initiative and referendum 

Barber: DifL-ct legislation, 216 
Fairlie: Referendum and initiative, 1631 
Sec also Referendum 
Inlander, 2295 

Inland navigation 

Curwood: Great Lakes, 885 
Deep waterways convention : Lake trans- 
portation, 940 

In memoriam, E. A. Brush, 2304 

, E. E. Brush, 2305 

, Rev. I. Butterfield, 2314 

, Gen. L. Cass, 2307 

, D. M. Cooper. 2303 

, A. W. Duffield, 2302 

, funeral obsequies on death 

of Rev. W. M. Ferrv, 2306 

, Mrs. E.' N. Follett, 2312 

, W. S. George, 2315 

, ].M. Howard, 2309 

, "Mrs. C. Moore, 2311 

'  , Mrs. M. H. Sanford, 2313 

r-, A. B. Thompson, 2301 

, G. P. Wantv, 2308 

, J. M. Wight, 2310 

— memory of ]. S. Farrand, 2317 
E. Putnam, 2316 

Innes, W. 

Freemasons. Michigan. Grand lodge: 
Memorial service, 1761 

and Tinkham 

Map of Kent co., 7401 

rifles. Co. K. 2d infantry, M. N. G. 



Program, 2318 
Insane 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Abstract of 

number, 3462 
. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 

relating to insane and feeble-minded, 

3884 
Smith : Behind the scenes, 6308 
See also Defective and delinquent classes 



INSANE ASYLUMS, see Michigan. Asylum 
for the insane; Michigan. Asylums; ^iichi 
gan. Ionia state hospital; Michigan 
Joint board of trustees of state hospitals 
Michigan. Kalamazoo state hospital 
Michigan. Newberrj' state hospital 
Michigan. Pontiac state hospital; Michi 
gan. Traverse City state hospital 

hospitals 

Brodie: Address before State medical 
society, 444 
Insect galls 

Pcarsc: Crawfishes. Insect galls, 5686 
Insecticides 

Cook: Experiments, 786 

: Insecticides, 791 

Patten: Analyses of some materials 

sold as, 5661 
Taft: Insecticides and fungicides, 6460 
Insects 

Cook: Injurious insects, 790 
Davis: Army worm, 930 

: Celer>' insects, 931 

: Pests, 933 

: [Some injurious insects], 934 

Pettit: Insects injurious to apple, 5719 

: Insects new and unusual, 5720 

: Insects of 1907, 5721 

■: Insects of field crops, 5722 

: Insects of the garden, 5723 

: Some insects of year 1897-1901, 

5726 
Wheeler: Insects of clover field, 6885 
Winchell: Notes on Selandria Cerasi 
Harris, 6981 
Inspector general's office, see Michigan. 

Inspector general's ofhce 
Institutes, see Teachers' institutes 
Insurance 

Ann Arbor fire underwriters: Minimum 

tariff of rates, 120 
Michigan. Attorney general's office: Re- 
port in relation to Mich, insurance co., 
3079 
. Dept. of state: Communica- 
tion transmitting statement of in- 
surance COS., 3494 

First annual 



report relating to, 3501 

Employers' liability and work- 



men's compensation commission: Re- 
port, 3529 

insurance co. of Detroit: Me- 



morial and report, 5404 

Laws, statutes, etc. : 



Laws 
relating to insurance, 3889 

[Trask]: Brief upon insurance laws, 6564 

Tupper: Address before commercial 
class of U. of M., 6601 

Ypsilanti. Board of underwriters: Con- 
stitution and by-laws, 7063 

See also Detroit. Fire and marine in- 
surance CO.; Fire insurance; Life in- 
surance; Michigan. Insurance dept. 

Insurance herald hand book of Mich., 2319 

Interest, see Usury laws 



264 



INDEX 



INTERMITTENT FEVER 

Nicholson: Causation of, 5544 

Internal improvement lands 

Michigan. Auditor general's office: Com- 
munication in relation to, 3096 

. : Com- 
munication relative to internal im- 
provement lands granted, 3102, 3103 

 . : Com- 



munication transmitting statement of 
appropriations, 3112 

Board of state auditors on 



land claims: Annual report, 3220 

Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on internal improvement: Re- 
port of committee to whom was re- 
ferred petitions and resolutions for ap- 
propriating lands, 4104, 4105 



port relative to sale of, 4106 



: Re- 
Com- 



mittee on internal improvement lands: 
Minority report of committee to whom 
was referred bills making appropria- 
tions of, 4154 
. . . Select 



committee: Report of committee to 
ascertain number of acres which have 
been and are to be appropriated, 4321 
State land office: Communi- 



cation reporting amount of unappro- 
priated land on hand, 4994 
. : List of 



lands unsold and not by law withheld 
from sale, 5001 

Internal improvements 

Benton: Wabash trade route, 346 
Bliss: Federal land grants for, 388 
Brief examination of projected system, 

437 
Felch: Mss., 8154 
Keith: Historical sketch of, 2490 

Michigan. Auditor general's office: Com- 
munication relative to, 3104 

[ . ]: State- 
ment of amount of appropriations and 
expenditures, 3147 

. Governor: Communication 



relative to internal improvement fund, 
3599 

Special message in 



relation to report of committee ap- 
pointed to investigate, 3625 

Laws, statutes, etc. : Laws in 



relation to, 3890 

Legislature. 



House. Com- 
mittee on ways and means: Report in 
relation to sale of public works, 4255 



 • — — — : Report of 

committee to whom was referred bill to 
provide for further construction of, 4262 



INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS — Contin- 
ued 



: Report on 

so much of governor's message as re- 
lates to internal improvement debt, 
4263 



: Report of 

committee to whom was referred peti- 
tion for lands for construction of 
Southern railroad, 4276 

Select 



committee: Report on claims by con- 
tractors, 4319 



-: Report on sale of works of 



internal improvement, 4344 
. . . Special 

committee: Report of committee to 

investigate proceedings of boards of 

internal improvement, 4372 
. : Memorial and 



resolutions, 3958 



Senate. Com- 
mittee on finance: Report of com- 
mittee to whom were referred part of 
governor's message relating to finances 
including sale of public works, 4480, 
4481 

Com- 



mittee to confer with the Governor: 
Report relative to mistakes in inter- 
nal improvement bill, 4509 
. . . Com- 



mittee on state affairs: Report relative 
to application for donations of lands 
for, 4673 
. . . Select 



committee: Report on five million 
loan and internal improvement fund, 
4719 

State land office: Report in 



compliance with request for informa- 
tion about amount of each appropria- 
tion of lands out of 500,000 acre tract], 
5002 

Muskegon improvement commissioner: 
Report, 5518 

Woodbridge: Mss., 8051 

: Speech in support of bill to 

apply certain alternate sections towards 
completion of works of internal im- 
provement, 7033 

See also Michigan. Board of internal 
improvement; Michigan. Legislature. 
House. Committee on internal im- 
provement; Michigan. Legislature. 
Senate. Committee on internal im- 
provement ; River and harbor improve- 
ment; Sault Ste. Marie canal 
Internal revenue association. Detroit 
branch 
National association of U. S. internal 
revenue officers, 2320 



INDEX 



205 



INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION 
Hearings in re RiiU'tlii's tor pollution of 

boundary waters, 2321 
In matter of application of Mich, northern 
power CO. for approval of methods and 
plans for diversion of waters of St. 
Mar>-'s River, 2322 



. obstruction, 

diversion and use of waters of St. 
Mar\-'s River, 2323 

Michigan northern power co. : Pro- 
ceedings, 2324 

Opinion in application of Mich, northern 
power CO for approval of lease, 2325 

Pollution of boundary waters, 2326 
mill and timber co. 



Famous 5U Sterling svstem built houses, 

2327 
Sterling system of home building, 2328 

imion of steam engineers. 

Local no. 5, Detroit 

Mich, engineers', electricians' and ma- 
chinists' manual, IM^") 

waterways commission 

Report, 2330 

Interstate and international waters, see 
Waters, jxillutinn of 

board of Perry's victory centen- 

mial commissioners 

Perry memorial and centennial celebra- 
tion, 2331 
commerce 

Shaw: Interstate commerce act, 6209 
directory co. 

Mich, people in Los Angeles co., Cal., 2332 

publishing co. 

History of JaeksDO eo., 2155 

Investment companies 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 

regulating, 3891 
. Securities commission: Bul- 
letin, 4840 

Invoices, see Business mss. 
Ionia 

Board of education 

Manual and report, 2333 

Year book, 2334 
Directories 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5772 
Long: Present and future water supply, 

2760 
Wright: Ionia in 1891, 7042 

Ionia county 

Beers & co.: Atlas, 7471 

Berrien co. : [Papers relating to transfer 

of land in Berrien, Ionia and Ottawa 

cos-l, 8242 
County school commissioner 

Directory and list of teachers, 2335 
Crawford: Atlas, 7472 
Dillenback: History and directorj' of 

Ionia CO., 1515 
Everett: Memorials of Grand River 

valley, 1624 



IONIA COUNTY— Continued 
Farm journal directory, 1643 
Map, by U. S. Postoflice dept., 7474 
Ogle & CO. : Standard atlas, 7473 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5772 
Portrait and biographical album, 5835 
Srlienck: History, 6155 

Ionia reformatory, see Michigan. Building 
commissioners of the state house of cor- 
rection: Michigan. Reformatorj' 

Iosco county 

(iregory: Preliminary report on, 1990 

Irish, B. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Select 
committee: Report [of] committee to 
whom was referred claim of, 4320 

Irish relief committee. Michigan 

Rei^'unl liook of conlribulions, 8430 
Iron-bearing rocks 

Michigan. Geological survey: Upper 
Peninsula, 3576 

county 

Inspector of mines 
Annual report, 2336 

Rogers' map, 7475 
industry and trade 

[Brooks]: L'Anse, 451 
mines and mining 

Allen : Iron River iron-bearing district, 56 

Bavlev: Menominee iron-bearing dis- 
trict, 290 

Brooks: Analysis of cost and description 
of methods of mining employed in 
Marquette region, 448 

: Iron-bearing rocks, 449, 450 

Crowell and Murray: Iron ores of Lake 
Superior, 868 

Disturnell: Lake Superior guide, 1525 

Furnaces consuming L. S. ores; produc- 
tion of pig iron, by Mich, geological 
survey, 7827 

Ingalls: Iron mines of Menominee co., 
2297 

Lake Superior iron, 2590 

Map of iron mines at Negaunee, by Mich, 
geological survey, 7826 

Marquette iron region, by Mich. 

geological survey, 7829 

[ ] Menominee iron range, by S. 

Chapman, 7831 

Menominee iron region, by Mich. 



geological survey, 7830 
Michigan. (Governor: Mes.sages of H. 
S. Pingrcc; ta.xation of copper and iron 
mines, 3756 
. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report rela- 
tive to reduction of specific tax imposed 
on corporations engaged in iron mining, 
4230 
Mussev: Combination in mining indus- 
try, 5520 
Nursey: City of Escanaba, 5575 

: Menominee iron range, 5576 

Picturesque iron and copper mining, 5735 



266 



INDEX 



IRON MINES AND MINING— Continued 

Republic iron co. : Articles of association, 

5949 
St. Mary's canal mineral land co.: Re- 
ports upon value of co's. lands in iron 

region, 6125 
Statistics of iron ore trade and iron mines, 

by Mich, geological survey, 7828 
Swineford: Annual review in Upper 

Peninsula, 6446 
 : Appendix to history of Lake 

Superior iron district, 6450 

: History and review, 6447 

: Menominee iron range, 6448 

: History of Lake Superior 

iron district, 6449 
Tabular statement of copper and iron 

business of Lake Superior, 6451 
See also Mines and mineral resources 

ore 

Chilton: Lake Superior iron, 670 
Clements: Crystal Falls iron-bearing 

district, 710 
Foster: Report on geology of Lake 

Superior land district, 1737 
Irving: Penokee iron-bearing series, 

2342, 2343 
Michigan. Geological survey: Report in 

relation to iron ore on school section in 

Branch co., 3567 
Rominger: Geological report on Upper 

Peninsula, 6012 
Van Hise: Geology of Lake Superior 

region, 6743 
- — -■ : Marquette iron-bearing dis- 
trict, 6745 



Preliminary report on Mar- 
quette iron-bearing district, 6744 

resources of Mich., 2337 

River district 

Allen: Iron River iron-bearing district, 

56 
History of silver mines, 2152 

Iron River, see Quadrangle maps 

Iron trade review 

Lake Superior iron ore shipments, 2338 
Ironwood 

Charter, 2339 
Ordinances, 2340 

Iroquois Indians 

Rochcfoucault Liancourt: T r a v e 1 s 

through U. S., 5999 
Irving, R. D. 

Copper-bearing rocks of Lake Superior, 

2341 
Penokee iron-bearing series, 2342, 2343 
Williams: Greenstone schist areas of 

Menominee and Marquette regions, 

6944 
Irwin, R. 

Detroit and Milwaukee railroad co. : 

Mortgage, 1411 

, W. W. 

Annotations, supplemental to Howell's 

statutes, 2344 



ISABELLA 

Polk&'co. : Directory, 5767 
Isabella county 

Fancher: History, 1633 
Hayes: Atlas, 7476 
Map, by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7477 
Portrait and biographical album, 5836 
Standard map co. : Atlas and farm di- 
rectory, 7478 
Isham, A. B. 

Historical sketch of 7th regiment, Mich, 
volunteer cavalry, 2345 

, E. S. 

Frontenac and Miles Standish in North- 
west, 2346 
-, F. S. 



History of Detroit light guard, 2347 
Ishpeming 

Charter, 2348, 2349 
Directories 

Holland: Gazetteer of Marquette co., 
2184 
Grace church 

Superior cook book, 2350 
Isle Royale 

Adams: Ecological survey of, 7 

Coast chart no. 8: Lake Superior, b^^ U. S. 

War dept., 7927 
Lane: Geological report, 2600 
Map, by S. W. Hill, 7874 
Ives, L. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on roads and bridges : Report on 
memorial for authority to maintain 
bridge in Springwells, 4224 

J ack-pine plains 

Beal: Experiments and observations on, 

298 
Keclzie: Jack pine plains, 2478, 2479 
Jackson, A. E. B. 

Backus and Jackson: IVIss., 8053 

,C. 

Mss., 8113 
-, C. T. 



Report on geological and mineralogical 

survey of mineral lands, 2351 
U. S. Congress. House. Committee on 

public lands: Mineral lands — -sale of, 

6654 
U. S. President: Message to 1st sess., 

31st cong., 6685 

-, E. H. 



Is Virginia entitled to compensation for 
cession of Northwest Territory, 2352 

-, I. R. 



Life of W. H. Harrison, 2353 
-, J. G. 



U. S. Congress. House. Committee on 
affairs in the Territory of Mich.: Re- 
port, 6658 

-,o. 



Michigan. State teachers' association: 
Memorial, 5110 



INDEX 



2G7 



JACKSON, W. H. 

Backus and Jackson: Mss., S053 
Jackson 

Annual reports, 23S4 
Bailey: Gazctcer and directory, includ- 
ing sketch business directory, 186 
Bank 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on incorporations: Report of 
cornniittee to whom was referred 
petitions praying legislature to in- 
corporate bank, 4087 
Chamber of commerce 

Year book, 2355 
Charters 

Charter, 2356-2359 
See also Jackson. Ordinances, etc. 
Citizens 

Petition for relief of J. W. Elliot, 2360 
City government 

Michigan. Political science association : 
City government, 4792 
Common council 

Proceedings, 2361 
Directories 

Bards and co's. business directory, 226 
Polk & CO.: Director>-, 5773 
Polk, Murphy and co. : Directory, 5791 
Thomas: Jackson city directory, 6522 
Jackson and ^lichigan plank road co. 
Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on roads and bridges: Report 
in reference to repeal of charter of 
Jackson and Michigan plank road 
CO., 4657 

Jackson, Lansing and Saginaw railroad co. 
Condition and prospects, 2371 
Guide to lands for sale, 2372, 2373 
Joy: Mss., 8136, 8138 
Lands exempt from general taxation, 

2374 
Lands granted by state to railroad cos. 
exempt from general taxation, 2374 
Maps 

Map, by J. S. Bird, 7730 

, by H. Hart, 7729 

State fair grounds, by J. B. Frost, 7731 
Mechanics 
Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the state prison: Report 
of committee [to whom was referred 
memorial], 4214 
Ordinances, 2362 
Public library' 
Annual report, 2363 
Catalogue, 2364 
Finding list, 2365 
List of books added, 2366 
Republican party. Michigan: Proceed- 
ings at celebration of 50th anniversary 
of birth, 5950 

; • : Under the 

oaks, 5951 

Young men's association librar>^ 
Catalogue, 2367 



JACKSON COUNTY 
Board of supervisors 
J'roceedings, 2368 

Resolution in relation to swamo lands 
2369 
DcLand: History, 942 
Everts and Stewart: Combination atlas 

map, 7481 
History, 2155 
Map, by Geil and Jones, 7480 

, by State geologist, 7479 

- — , by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7483 
Memorial for disposition of swamp lands. 

2370 
Ogle & CO.: Standard atlas, 7482 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5773 
Portrait and biographical album, 5837 
Jacobs, A. P. 

Digest of decisions of Supreme court. 

2375-2377 
Reference digest of Mich, reports, 2378 
Jacobsville 

[Map i>{] Jacobsville and vicinity, by 
U. S. Lake survey, 7732 
Jaillot, [C. H. A.) 

Amerique septentrionale, 7079 
James, J. A. 

Clark: G. R. Clark papers, 695 

McMillan, 2379 

Webber Peter, 2380 

[ , U. P.) 

Routes of Missouri River, 2381 
January, W. L. 

Detroit. Bar association: "John Mar- 
shall day," 976 
Jaquith, Mrs. C. 

Collins: Sermon at burial, 744 
Jarvis, J. W. 

Golden jubilee, African Methodist church 
2382 
Jay, C. W. 

Mv new home in northern Mich., 2383 
Jefferson, M. S. W. 

Dodge's geography of Mich., 2384 
Material for geography of Mich., 2385 
Note on expansion of Mich., 2386 

7. T. 

MacXaul : Jefferson-Lemen compact. 

2859 
Reply to speech of Indians concerning 
promises made at treaty of Greenville. 
8431 
Jeflfery, J. A. 

Cement silos, 2387 
Corn improvement, 2388, 2389 
Corn, selecting, 2390 
Crop of corn, 2391 

Elementarj' laboratory study in crops. 
2392 

• soils, 

2393 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Juvenile corn growing associations, 3394 

Sandy soils of western and northern 
Mich., 2394 

Shaw: College farm buildings, 6212 

Soil moisture, 2395 



268 



INDEX 



JEFFERYS, T. 

North America, from French of Mr. 
D'Anville, 7094 

Jeflferies, E. 

Leeth: Short biography of J. Leeth, 2713 

Jenison collection 

Michigan. State hbrary: Catalogue, 
5030 

Jenks, W. L. 

First bank in Mich., 2396 
Patrick Sinclair, 2397 
St. Clair CO., 2398 

Sources of title to land in St. Clair co., 
2399 

Jennings, H. S. 

List of rotatoria of Great Lakes, 2400 
Rotatoria of U. S., 2401 

Jennison, W. 

Michigan. Courts: Revised rules, 3337 

Jensen, O. F. 

Composition and value of farm manures, 
2402 

Jerome, D. H. 

[Messages and pardons], 3719-3724 

Jesuits 

Lac Svperievr et avtres lievx ou sont les 
missions des peres de la compagnie de 
Jesvs comprises sovs le nom d'Ovtao- 
vacs, 7916 

Potier: Jesuit ms., 5854 

Verw-yst: Missionary labors of Fathers 
Marquette, Menard and Allouez in 
Lake Superior region, 6759 

See also Missions and missionaries 

Jews in Michigan 

Heineman: Jewish beginnings in, 2097 
See also Detroit. Woodmere cemetery. 
Jewish section 

Jochim, J. W. 

' Michigan. Board of state canvassers: 
Papers in removal, 3227 

. Dept. of state: Mich, and its 

resources, 3509 

Jodidi, S. L. 

Organic nitrogenous compounds in peat 
soils, 2403 

Johnson, Adna R., jr. 

Michigan. University: What's what at 
Mich., 5224 

, Alvin J. 

[Map of] Michigan and Wisconsin, 7248, 
7250, 7253 
-, B. W. 



Industrial education in Northwest, 2404 
-, Clifton 



Highways and byways of Great Lakes, 
2405 

-, Crisfield 



History of Allegan and Barry cos., 2146 
Berrien and Van Buren cos., 



JOHNSON, S. 

Experiments with wheat, 2407 

Feeding experiments, 2408 

Feeding steers, 2409-2411 

Potato culture, 2412 

Potatoes, 2413 

Report of experiment in warming water 

for dairy cows, 2414 
with potatoes and 

oats, 2415 
Silos, 2416 
Wheat, 2417 

-, Waldo M 



Mss., 8115, 8116, 8119, 8121, 8122, 8123 
, William M. 



Memorial for relief, 2418 

Johnston, J. D. 

Detroit city directory, 2419 
[Map of] city of Detroit, 7629 

Johnstone, R. F. 

Agricultural education, 2420 
Joint documents, see Michigan. Legis- 
lature 

Joliet, L. 

Winsor: Joliet, Marquette and LaSalle, 
6994 

Jones, D. 

Journal of vistis to Indians on west side 

of Ohio River, 2421 
-p p 

How SIO grew to $500,000, 2422 
-, G. W. 



Parish: G. W. Jones, 5637 
-, H. G. 



Jones: Journal of visits to Indians on 
west of Ohio River, 2421 

[ , I. T.] 

Address of president of Mich, federation 
of women's clubs, 2423 
, L. L., see Emmons and Jones 



2150 



— Branch co., 2406 

— Hillsdale co.,2154 



History of Ojebway Indians, 2424 

Joos, E. 

O'Brien: "Le pere juste", 5581 

Journal of Pontiac's conspiracy, 2425 
survey of Lake Erie, 2426 

Journals, see Manuscripts 

Joy, J. F. 

Detroit and Bay City railroad co. : State- 
ment, 1394 

Mss., 8136, 8138, 8139, 8143, 8144 

Memorial in behalf of Mich, central rail- 
roiid, 2427 

Protest against homeopathic branch of 
university, 2428 

Russell: J. F. Joy, 6049 

To engineers to investigate bridging De- 
troit River, 2429 
and Porter 

Mss., 8136, 8143, 8144 

[Judd, C. H.j 

School survey. Grand Rapids, 2430 

, P. E. 

Map of Mich., 7143 



INDEX 



2G9 



JUDGES 

Huwcll: Mich, nisi prius cases, to which 
are added brief biograpliical sketches 
of, 222S 

Judicial districts 

Littlejohn: Memorial for division of 9th, 
2752 
system 

[Campbell): Judicial system [in middle 
West], 569 
Judiciary 

Chamberlain: State judiciary', 629 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report of 
committee to whom was referred part 
of governor's message which relates to 
reorganization, 4561 

Judson, K. B. 

Mvths and legends of Mississippi valley, 
2431 

,L. 

Port Kalamazoo, 7953 

June, C. M. 

Palmer: Early days in Detroit, 5630 

June beetle 

Northrup: Bacterial disease in June 
beetle lar\-ae, 5563 

Junkin, J. H. 

Roll of teachers and pupils of J. E. Scripps 
school, 2432 
Justice 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Select 
committee: Report of committee to 
which was referred 1)ill to improve ad- 
ministration of justice, 4722 
Justices of the peace 

Donovan: ^lichigan justice's guide, 1536 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report on 
resolution respecting amendment to 
act to regulate and define powers, 4129 

TifTanv: Treatise on powers and duties, 
6542-6546 

Juvenile clubs, see Boys' and girls' clubs 

courts 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 
relating to. 3849, 3893, 3921 

offenders 

\Va\Tie CO. Grand jurors: Presentment 

relative to house of refuge, 6829 
See also Michigan. Industrial school for 

boys 

Juveniles, see Children 



K 



alamazoo 

Annual reports, 2433 

Bailey: Gazeteer and directory, includ- 
ing sketch and business directory, 186 

Board of education 
Catalogue, 2434 
Triennial exhibit, 2435 

Centennial celebration, 2436 



KALAMAZOO Continued 

Charters 

Charter, 2437, 2438 

See also Kalamazoo, Ordinances, etc. 
City government 

Michigan. Political science association : 

City government, 3792 
College 

Annual catalogue, 2449, 2451 

Annual, 2450 

Bulletin; catalogue number, 2451 

College index, 2452 

Haskell: Historical sketch, 2078 

: History, 2079 

Historical catalogue, 2453 

New course of study, 2454 
Cooperative society 

General rules, 2439 
Directories 

Bards and co's. business directory, 226 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5774 
Female college 

Eurodelphian society 
Annual exhibition, 2455 
Fire and water dept. 

Kalamazoo. Special committee: Con- 
cise history, 2448 
[Gibbs]: Glimpses of early Mich, life, 

1804 
High schools 

Delphian, 2440 
History 

Kalamazoo. Ladies' library association : 
Quarter centennial of settlement, 
2442 
Kalamazoo and Allegan railroad 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on internal improvement: 
Report relative to construction, 4103 
Ladies' library association 

Catalogue, 2441 

Quarter centennial of settlement of 
Kalamazoo, 2-142 
Literary iostitute 

Programme of elocutionary exercises; 
2456 
Map 

Condensed street map by Mich, engi- 
neering CO., 7733 
Michigan female seminary, see Michigan 

female seminary 
Nazareth academy, see Nazareth academy 
Normal school, see Michigan. Western 

state normal school 
Ordinances, etc. 

Charter and ordinances, 2443 
Public library 

Catalogue, 2444 
Puijlic schools 

Historical catalogue, 2445 

List of books adapted for school use, 
2446 
[Ransom]: Historical address at, 5925 

St. Augustine's church 

Souvenir of dedication, 2447 
Smit: Naar Amerika?, 6264 



270 



INDEX 



KALAMAZOO— Continued 

Special committee 

Concise history of Fire and water dept., 
2448 
Theological seminary 

Anniversarv exercises, 2458 

Catalogue, '2459 

Kalamazoo college: Historical cata- 
logue, 2453 

Sherwood rhetorical society 
Anniversary exercises, 2460 

Kalamazoo county 

Beers & co. : Atlas, 7485 

Burnham: Rural school efificiency in, 500 

Cass: Address before Kalamazoo co. 

agricultural society, 605 
[Durant]: History, 1562 
Illustrated atlas, 7486 
Kalamazoo co. directorj^ with history, 

2461 
Maley: Atlas. 7489 
Map, by Geil &: Harlev, 7484 

, by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7488 

Ogle & CO.: Standard atlas, 7487 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5774 
Portrait and biographical record, 5838 
Thomas: Kalamazoo co. directory, 6523 

Kalamazoo normal record, 2457 

Kalamazoo River 

Michigan. Governor: Special message 

returning without signature act for 

improvement, 3654 
. Legislature. Senate. Select 

committee : Report on bill to authorize 

improvement, 4723 

Kalamazoo state hospital, see Michigan. 

Kalamazoo state hospital 
Kalkaska 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5763 

Kalkaska county 

Buckley and Douglas lumber co.: Few 

facts about farm and fruit lands, 482 
[Map of] Kalkaska co., [by H. J. Frost], 

7490 
Stearns salt and lumber co. : Kalkaska 

and Antrim cos. and their farm lands, 

6387 
Traverse region, 6580 

Kale 

Taft: Potatoes. Kale, 6471 

[Kaler, J, O.] 

At siege of Detroit, 2462 

Benjamin of Ohio, 2463 
Kane, G. F. 

Myths and legends of Mackinacs, 2464 

Kansas 

Kansas City, vSt. Joseph and Council 
Bluffs railroad 
^Joy: Mss., 8136 
Kansas-Nebraska issue 

Republican party. Michigan. State 
central committee: vState and na- 
tional finances, and Kansas policy, 
5957 



KANSAS— Continued 

Legislature 

Michigan. Governor: Communication 
transmitting memorial relative to 
destitution of people, 3676 

 . Legislature. Senate. Select 

committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred so much of gover- 
nor's message as relates to affairs of 
Kansas, 4724 
Kassabian, N. H. 

Armenians and their colony in Grand 
Rapids and western Mich., 2465 
Kauffman, C. H. 

Pollock: Mich, fungi, 5792 

Kawkawlin 

Bailey: Gazeteer and directory includ- 
ing sketch and business directory, 186 

Kean, R. 

Petition to court for recommendation for 
license to keep tavern, 8432 

Kearsley, J. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on claims: Report of minority 
relative to claim, 4009 

. . . Select 

committee: Report on claim, 4322 

[ . University. Board of regents. 

Executive committee: Letter to Gov. 
Felch], 5247 
Keating, W. H. 

Travels in interior of North America, 2466 

Kedzie, R. C. 

Analysis of commercial fertilizers, 2467 

Beet sugar, 2468 

Chemical composition of cornstalk and 

ensilage, 2469 
Commercial fertilizers, 2470, 2471 
Composition of wheat and straw, 2472 
Early amber cane, 2473 
Fertilizer analyses, 2474 
Historical review of legislation relating to 

inspection of oil, 2475 
Illuminating oils, 2476 
 Influence of sawdust on potable and 

culinary water, 2477 
Jack pine plains, 2478, 2479 
Management of swamps, 2480 
Manurial value of ashes, 2481 
Marl, 2482 
Michigan alumnus; vol. VIII, 5362 

soils, 2483 

Report on water supply of Mich., 2484 

labelling medicines, 2485 

Smith: Sugar beets, 6287 

: Sugar beets in 1897, 6288 

Sugar beets, 2486 

Wheeler: Sketch of original distribution 

of white pine in Lower Peninsula, 6888 
Work of State board of health, 2487 

Keeler, F. L. 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Course of study, 3377, 3379 



Educational institutions, 3383 



INDEX 



271 



KEELER, F. L.— Continued 



Explanations of school laws, 3385 



Five lessons on tuberculosis, 3389 



Manual of schoolroom equipment, 3403 



Memorial day, 3408 



Rural schoolhouses, 3423 



Safety first, 3424 



Why Mich, is great, 3461 
Keenan, S. M. 

Histt.rv of Eloise, 2488 
Keep, H.' E. 

Guiac to Detroit, 2489 
Keith, H. E. 

Historical sketch of internal improve- 
ments, 2490 
Kelley, D. W. 

Dahull: Past and present of Clinton co., 
905 

, P. H. 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Course of study, 3375 



Suggestions for manual training, 3444 
Speech [relative to automobile industry 
and proposed tax on it], 2491 

Kellogg, J. H. 

Balile Creek sanitarium diet list, 2493 

system, 2494 

Michigan. Dairj' and food commissioner: 

Foods, 3347 
New method in diabetes, 2495 
Report concerning diphtheria, 2492 
-, L. P. 



Capture of Mackinac, 2496 
Early narratives of Xorthwest, 2497 
toasted com flake co. 



Little journey to the home of, 2498 
Kelsey, F. W. 

Michigan. Schoolmasters' club: List of 

books recommended for a high school 

classical library, 4838 
Some archeological forgeries from Mich., 

2499 

Kelton, D. H. 

Annals of Fort Mackinac, 2500-2513 
History of Sault Ste. Marie canal, 2514 
Indian names and history of Sault Ste. 
Marie canal, 2515 

Kendall, C. N. 

Michigan, 7326 
, F. M. 

Michigan, 2516, 2517 

Kennedy, S. 

Magnetic and mineral springs, 2518 

Kent, C. A. 

Brown: Memoir consisting of auto- 
biographical sketch with additions by, 
468 



KENT, C. A.— Continued 

Michigan. Political science association: 
City government, 4792 

. University: Memorial dis- 
courses; address by, 5194 

-, Capt. W. 



Mss., 8180 

Kent county 

Belden & co.: Illustrated atlas, 7493 
Board of superintendents of the county 
poor 

Annual report, 2519 
Board of su]:)ervisors 

Manual, 2520 

Petition for extension of time for con- 
struction of canal around Grand 
Rapids, 2521 

Proceedings, 2522 

Resolutions requesting select committee 
on Grand Rapids canal to visit and 
examine canal, 2523 
City of Grand Rapids and, 680 
Civic club of Grand Rapids: Report on 

sheriff's office, 686 
Currier: List of shell-bearing mollusca, 

882 
Everett: Memorials of Grand River 

valley, 1624 
Farm journal directory, 1644 
History, 2156 

History and directory, 2142 
Innes and Tinkham's map, 7491 
Map, by E. M. Harney and G. A. Ran- 
dall, 7492 
, — Hunter and Van Valkenburg, 

7497 

[ ], — Mich, geological survey, 7496 

, — Rockford register, 7501, 7502 

, — Rand, McNally & co., 7500 

, — U. S. Postoffice dept., 7499 

[ of part of] township no. 6 N. R. 

2 W., 7504 
Murphy & co. : Grand Rapids city and 

Kent CO. directorv, 5509 
Ogle & CO. : Standard atlas, 7498 
Polk & CO.: Directory, 5769 
: . illustrated hi^^torical atlas, 

7494, 7495 
Pomona grange no. 18 

Year book, 2524 
Primaries 

Micliigan. Political science associa- 
tion: Papers and addresses on pri- 
mary reform, 4794 

Primary election law, 2525 
Rural mail directory co. : Directory, 6045 
Supervisors, see Kent co. Board of 

supervisors 

Township map, 7503 

Union publishing co. : Business and pro- 
fessional directory, 6617 

Wilcox: Report on sheriff's office, 6927 
Kenyon co. 

Highway map of Mich., 7371 
Map of Mich., 7364 



272 



INDEX 



KERCHEVAL, B. B., Estate 

Bank book, 8433 

Kerler family 

Frank: Pionierjahre der familien Frank- 
Kerlcr, 1748 

Kerosene emulsion 

Cook: Kerosene emulsion, 792, 793 

Keweenaw Bay 

Keweenaw Bay, by U. S. War dept., 7894 

Portage Lake and River, with part of 
Keweenaw Bay, by U. S. War dept., 
7911 
Keweenaw county 

Farm and Inu-iness directory, 1635 

Grouped cross sections illustrating strati- 
graphical relations between Houghton 
and Keweenaw cos., by Mich, geo- 
logical survey, 7778 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on towns and counties: Report 
relative to organization of four addi- 
tional townships, 4243 

Mining companies: Petitions for organi- 
zation of townships, 5456 

Remonstrances of residents against or- 
ganizing four new townships, 2526 

Vivian: Remonstrance against organi- 
zation of new townships, 6768 
 fault 

Lane: Keweenaw fault, 2602 

Peninsula 



Coast chart no. 4; Lake Superior, by U. S. 

War dept., 7928 
Point 



Geological map of trap range, by W. 
H. Stevens, S. W. Hill and C. P. Wil- 
liams, 7783 

Hubbard: Keweenaw Point, 2251 



series 



Lane: Keweenaw series, 2603 
Wadsworth: On relation of "Keweena-. 

wan series" to eastern sandstone in 

vicinity of Torch Lake, 6773 
: South trap range, 6776 

Kibble, P. 

Woodbridge: Memorial for relief against 
taxes and other burthens in 9th ward, 
Detroit, 7032 

Kidd, J. H. 

Mich, cavalry brigade in Wilderness, 2527 

Personal recollections of cavalryman, 2528 
[Kimball, C] 

Summer's vacation, 2529 
King, F. 

Prose and verse for use on "Forestry day " 
programs, 2530 

, John E. 

Hubbard and King : Mss. ,8121 

, John L. 

Trouting on the Brule River, 2531, 2532 

, Julia A. 

Government of people of Mich., 2533, 
2534 



KING, N. G. 

Speech advocating appointment of com- 
missioners to prepare code of procedure 
and simplify proceedings in courts, 2535 

Speech on motion to strike out proposed 
amendments to constitution, 2536 
, P: H. 

Michigan. Constitutional convention: 
Handbook, 3323 



Journal, 3324 

, S. J. 

King's official route guide, 2537 
Motor guide and league: Blazing the 
way, 5493 
Kingsbury, S. O. 

Memorial asking certain legislation on 
Grand Rapids canal, 2538 
Kingsley 

Polk &- CO.: Directory, 5763 
Kinzie, J. A. 

Wau-bun, 2539-2541 
Kipling 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5767 
Kirchner, O. 

Local self-government, 2542 
Michigan. State board of health: Opin- 
ions relative to duties and compensa- 
tion of health officer, 4902 
[Kirkland, Mrs. C. M.] 
Forest life, 2543, 2544 
New home, who'll follow, 2545-2549 
Our new home in West, 2550 
Western clearings, 2551, 2552 
Kirtland, T. 

Diarv, 2553 
Kitchef, H. D. 

Law of reform, 2554 
Kitchi-gami 

Kohl: Kitchi-gami, 2575 
Kitchin, T. 

New and accurate map of British do- 
minions in America, 7101 
Kittredge, Rev. F. E. 

[Harford] : Life and services of J. Walker, 
2040 
Knapp, E. A. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report upon 
petition, 4139 

, H. S. 

History of Maumee vallev, 2555 
-, J. I. 



Illustrated history and biographical rec- 
ord of Lenawee co., 2556 
Knapper, L. 

Vitality of garden seeds, 2557 

Knight, G. W. 

History and management of land grants 
for education, 2558 

^,J. 

Emigrant's best instructor, 2559 

Knights of Columbus. Grand Rapids 

Opening of new home, 2560 

• of labor 

Manual, 2561 



INDEX 



!73 



KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES^ 

Bovnlon: Maccabees, history of Knights 

of, 420 
Jubilee souvenir, 2562 

• of Pythias 

Michigan. Cjrand lodge 
Proceedings, 2563 

Olympic lodge no. 1 



Constitution and by-laws, 2564 

of St. John, Mich. 

Annual military day, 2565 

— Templars, see Freemasons 



Koch, F. K. L. 

Deutschen colonicn in Saginaw fiusses, 

2566 
Mineral-gegenden der Vereinigten 
Staatcn, 2567 

, T. W. 

Ann Arbor art association: Exhibition of 
Oriental and American art; catalog bv, 
97 
Enlargement of university library, 2568 
Four needs of university library, 2569 
Handbook of libraries of U. of ^I., 2570 
Lil)rary assistant's manual, 2571 
Michigan. Universitv. Libran,': Library' 
staff manual, 5295-5297' 

. . : U. of M. 

library. 5299 
Summer library school at U. of M., 2572 
[Union catalogs), U. of M., 2573 
Kohl, J. G. 

Kitchi-gami, 2575 
Rcison im Xordwesten, 2570 
Kolts, M. J. « 

City guide and directory. Grand Rapids, 
2577 
Kolyn, A. S. 

Book of words of pageant of Hope, 2578 
[Krause, H.] 

Dulilin, Manistee co., 2579 
Kundig, M. 

Exposition of facts relating to certain 
charitable institutions, 2580 



l^abadie, J. A. 

Sett: Jaunt along River Rouge, 6192 
Labor and laboring class 

Flaherty: History of Grand Rapids 

furniture strike, 1705 
Michigan. Board of internal improve- 
ment : Communication from acting 
commissioner on Central railroad rela- 
tive to labor on, 3176 



: Communication relative to state 

of labor on Southern railroad, 3179 

. Bureau of labor and industrial 

statistics: Annual report, 3241 



: Annual report of inspection 

of factories, 3242 
Michigan central railroad employees' 
mutual relief association: Proceedings 
of 1st annual meeting, 5383 

35 



LABOR AND LABORING CLASS— Con- 
tinued 

Michigan. Dcpt. of kibor: Act creating 
dept., 3351 

. . -: Annual re- 
port, 3353 



Sections of 
act relating to employment of females 
and minors, 3352 

Employers' liability and work- 



men's compensation commission: Re- 
port, 3529 

Federation of labor: Official 



year book, 3536 



of proceedings, 3537 



: Report 

: Souve- 
nir program, 3538 

-. Housing commission: Report, 



3811 



Laws, statutes, etc.: Act 



creating dept. of labor, 3896 



Law re- 
lating to inspection of factories, 3859 

Laws re- 



lating to labor, 3897 



employers' liability, 3858 



-, . : Mich. 



Work- 
men's compensation law', 3941 

Legislature. Senate. Com- 



mittee on roads and bridges: Report 
in relation to highway labor, 4655 

State commission on industrial 



and agricultural education: Report, 
4954 

State court of mediation and 



arbitration: Report, 4955, 4956 

State library. Legislative 



reference dept.: Laws relating to 
minimum wage for women and minors, 
5057 

U. S. Dept. of labor: Mich, copper dis- 
trict strike, 6664, 6665 

Vaughan: Healthy homes and foods for 
working classes, 6754 

Webber: Labor in relation to production 
of wealth, 6842 

See also Convict labor; Independent labor 
party; Mechanics' and laboring men's 
cooperative associations 

Lactic bacteria 

Northrup: Influence of acid-destroying 
yeasts, 5564 

[Lacy, A. J.] 

Obser\'ations on court of domestic rela- 
tions for Wavne co., 2581 

, F. D. 

Star lake romance, 2582 

Ladd, S. B. 

Pumpelly: Copper district in Upper 
Peninsula, 5894 
Ladies' industrial school association, Detroit 
Annual report, 2583 



274 



INDEX 



LADIES OF THE MACCABEES. Michi- 
gan. Ypsilanti hive no. 621 

Historical souvenir, 2584 
Protestant orphan asylum, Detroit 

Articles of association, 2585 

Laflin & co. 

Need of national law to regulate size of 
mesh of nets on Great Lakes, 2586 

Lake, D. J. 

Atlas of Allegan co., 7410 

Barry co., 7418 

Branch co., 7428 

 Cass CO., 7437 

Clinton co., 7443 

St. Joseph CO., 7561 

Van Buren co., 7572 

Lake county 

Buckley and Douglas lumber co. : Few 

facts about farm and fruit lands, 482 
[Swigart]: Swigart tract in, 6445 

Erie 

Brown: Views on Lake Erie comprising 

account of conflict on, 471 
Journal of survey of south shore, 2426 
[Lees]: Journal, 2711 
Maps 

Carte du Detroit et parti(* du Lac Erie, 
7377 

Region tributary to Detroit and Miami 
town, 7376 

West end, by U. S. War dept., 7878 
See also .Great Lakes and Great Lakes 

region 

and River Raisin railroad co. 

Michigan. Legislature.- House. Com- 
mittee on banks and incorporations: 
• Report, 3991, 3992 

gems of Oakland, 2587 

Huron 

Gordon : Wave cutting on west shore of, 

1830 
Maps 

Coast chart no. 1, by U. S. War dept., 
7893 

• no. 2, by U. S. War dept., 

7890 

no. 3, by U. S. War dept., 

7892 
General chart, 7888, 7889 
General chart, by U. S. War dept., 7891 
Saginaw Bay and part of Lake Huron, 

by U. S. War dept., 7913 
Sketch of confluence or streigts between 

lakes Huron and Mich., 7974 
South end, by U. S. War dept., 7887 
Morton: Lake Huron and country of 

Algonquins, 5490 
Russell : Geological reconnaissance along 

north shore, 6050 
Scenes, 6151 
[Thompson] : Remarks on maps from St. 

Regis to Sault Ste. Marie, 6525 
U. S. Lake survey: Lake Huron, 6675 
See also Great lakes and Great Lakes 
region 



LAKE HURON SHORE 

History, 2157 

Michigan 

iMaps 

Chart of inland route of navigation, by 

U. S. War dept., 7906 
Coart chart no. 5, by U. S. War dept., 
7904 

- no. 6, by U. S. War dept.. 



7902 



7908 



no. 8, by U. S. War dept., 



General chart, by U. S. War dept., 7905 

Lake Mich., by Great Britain, ad- 
miralty, hydrographic office, 7901 

Manitou passage, by U. S. War dept., 
7907 

Michigan east coast resort region, by 
Pere Marquette railroad co., 7392- 
7394 

North end, by U. S. War dept., 7898, 
7903 

of Lake Mich., bv U. S. War 

dept,, 7900 

Northeast end, by U. S. War dept., 7899 
Morton: Lake Michigan and French ex- 
plorers, 5491 
Neil] : Critical period for French traders, 

5534 
Nelson: Fisheries of Chicago and vi- 
cinity, 5536 
Niles: A'lilitary government of district 

of Lake Michigan, 5546 
Rathom: Two Chicago sketches, 5928 
Reed: Dune country ,^•5936 
Russell: Geological reconnaissance along 

north shore, 6050 
Scates: Pocket cruising book for Lake 

Mich., 6149 
U. vS. Lake survey: Lake Michigan, 6676 
— . — . National park service : Report on 

proposed sand dunes national park, 

6677 
Ward : Biological examination, 6799 
See also Great Lakes and Great Lakes 

region 
transit co. 



Charter and by-laws, 2588 
— Nipissing 

Burton: Journal of trip in 1904, 8272 
— - Odessa 



Polk & CO.: Directory, 5772 

— pilots' handbook 

Trimble: Lake pilots' handbook, 6584 

—  St. Clair 



Baltimore Bay, 212 

Grosse Pointe. Naming of Lake St. 

Clair, 1994 
Jennings: List of rotatoria of Great 

Lakes, 2400 
Maps 

Carte du Detroit et partie du Lac Erie, 
et du Lac St. Claire, 7377 

Chart, by U. S. War dept., 7914 
Marsh: On cyclopidae and calanidae, 

2896 



INDEX 



275 



LAKE St. CLAIR— Continued 

Pietcrs: Plants on Lake St. Clair, 5739 
Rcighard: Biological examination, 5943 
[Thompson] : Remarks on maps from St. 

Regis to Sault Ste. Marie, 6525 
U. S. Lake sur\-ev: Lake Huron, St. 

Clair River, Lake St. Clair, 6675 
See also Great Lakes and Great Lakes 

region 

shore 



Sprague: Saginaw valley and lake shore 
business gazetteer and' directory, 6370 

disease 

Smith: Grand Traverse disease. 6276 

1 horticultural association, see 

Western Michigan lake shore horti- 
cultural association 

and Michigan southern railway 

CO. 

Annual report, 2589 

Condensed profiles, 8007 

Detroit. Recorder's court: Petition for 

separation of grades, 1338 
Jov: Mss., 8138 
Railway panoramic guide, 5906 
Romey'n and Lockwood and Clark: 

Mss., 8046 

Superior and Lake Superior mines, 

region, etc. 
Adams : Ecological sur\^ey of Isle Royale, 

Alexander: Log of North shore club, 41 
Beard's directory and history of Mar- 
quette CO., 322 
Brooks: Analysis of cost and description 
of methods of mining in Marquette 
region, 448 

 : On use of magnetic needle, 452 

Camahan: Development of Lake Su- 
perior copper mines, 580 
Chilton: Lake Superior iron, 670 
Copper mines of, 834 
Crowell and Murray: Iron ores of Lake 

Superior, 868 
Distumell: Lake Superior guide, 1525 
Duffield: Angelique, 1554, 1555 
Duluth, south shore and Atlantic railway. 
Passenger dept.: Along south shore of 
Lake Superior, 1559 
Foster: Report on geology and topog- 
raphy of Lake Superior 'land district. 
1736. 1737 

(Hager): Ancient minihg on shores of. 
2010 

Houghton: Mineral region of Lake Su- 
perior, 2213 

: Reports on mineral region of 

south shore, 2214 
Iron trade review: Lake Superior iron 

ore shipments, 2338 
Ir\-ing: Copper-bearing rocks, 2341 
Koch : Mineral-gegenden der Vereinigten 

Staaten, 2567 
Kohl: Kitchi-gami, 2575 
Lake Superior iron, 2590 
Lanman: Summer in wilderness, 2618 



LAKE SUPERIOR AND LAKE SUPERIOR 
MINES, REGION, etc. -Continued 
Lawton : Review of Lake Superior copper 

mining, 2697 
Maps 

Bayfield's North America, sheet IV: 

Lake Superior, 7915 
Chapman's sectional map of region 

around Lake Superior, 7400 
Chart, by U. S. War dept., 7923 
Coast chart no. 1; east end, by U. S 
War dept., 7926 

- no. 3, by U. S. War dept. 



7924 



7928 



no. 4, . — . 



7930 



no. 5, . — . 



- no. 6; west end, by U. S 
War dept., 7929 

no. 8, bv U. S. War dept. 

7927^ ^ 

Colton's Lake Superior and Upper 
Peninsula, 7921 

Farmer's map, 7919, 7920 

General chart, by U. S. War dept., 7925 

Geological map of Lake Superior land 
district, by [. W. Foster and J. D. 
Whitney, 7808 

— ^" of district between 

Keweenaw Bav and Chocolate River, 
[by J. W. Foster and J. D. Whitney], 
7809 

Lac svperievr, 7916 

Lake Superior chart no. 2, by U. S. War 
dept., 7922 

Map of Lake Superior mine, Marquette 
CO., by Mich, geological survev, 7835 

Plan of north shore, from Ba'yfield's 
chart, 7917 

Sailing chart of south shore, from sur- 
veys by T. S. Thompson. 7918 

Section and diagram illustrating geol- 
ogy of region between north shores 
of lakes Superior and Michigan, [bv 
J. W. Foster and J. D. Whitney], 
7810 

Township map of Lake Superior region' 
7401 
Massingham: Lake Superior and other 

poems, 2918 
Mining journal co.: 1st annual review of 

copper mining industr>-, 5457 

Moore: Discoverers of Lake Superior, 
5476 

Musscy: Combination in mining indus- 
trj^ 5520 

Neil) : Critical period for French traders, 
5534 

Pettit: Remarks respecting copper dis- 
trict of, 5728 

Pitezel : Lights and shades of missionary 
life, 5748, 5749 

Ralph: Along bowstring or south shore 
of Lake Superior, 5909, 5910 



276 



INDEX 



LAKE SUPERIOR AND LAKE SUPERIOR 
MINES, REGION, etc.— Continued 

: Lake Superior along south shore, 

5907, 5908 

Rickard: Copper mines of, 5978 

St. John: True description of Lake 
Superior country, 6115 

St. Mary's canal mineral land co. : Re- 
ports upon value of go's lands, 6125 

Scenery of, 6150 

Shields: Rustlings in rockies, 6235 

Smith: Prehistoric and modern copper 
mines, 6312 

Swain : Letters to mother giving descrip- 
tion of voyage to Canada and adven- 
tures at Lake Superior, 6439 

Sweetser: Tourists' and invalids' guide 
to Northwest, 6442 

Swineford: Appendix to history of Lake 

Superior iron district, 6450 
: History of Lake Superior iron 

district, 6449 
Tabular statement of copper and iron 

business of, 6451 

Thayer: From Vermont to Lake Su- 
perior, 6517 

Tipton: Tourist and investor, 6547 

U. S. President: Message in relation to 
removal of Chippewa Lidians from 
mineral lands of, 6684 

U. S. Treasury dept. : Survej^s of public 
lands, 6690 

— . — . War dept. : Mineral lands on Lake 
Superior, 6695 

Van Hise: Geology of region, 6743 

Whittlesey: Ancient mining on shores of, 
6916 

-: Railway connections with 

Lake Superior, 6919 

Williams: Hon. Peter White; biographi- 
cal sketch of Lake Superior iron 
country, 6955, 6956 

Winchell: Crucial points in geology of 
region, 6991 

Wright: Where copper was king, 7045 

See also Great Lakes and Great Lakes 

region; Mines and mineral resources; 

Upper Peninsula 

Lake Superior mining institute 

Proceedings, 2592 

railroad 



Drake: Lake Superior railroad, 1544 

: Memorial asking assent by Mich. 

to act of incorporation of Wisconsin 
necessary to authorize company to 
.construct roads in Mich., 1545, 1546 

ship canal, railway and iron 



LAKES 

Henry: Mss. for survey, 8168 
Lakes of North America, 2591 
Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on ways and means : Chairman 
of committee to whom was referred so 
mvich of governor's message as relates 
to lake harbors and commerce, 4264 
See also Northwestern lakes 
Lambs, sec Sheep 
[Lamport, W. W.] 

Mich, poets, 2593 
Lamson, D. H. 

Sanitary condition of school buildings, 
2594 

Lancaster family 

Detroit tribune: [Scrap-book], 1491 
Land, J. E. 

Historical and descriptive review of in- 
dustries of Grand Rapids, 2595 



CO. 



450,000 acres of land in Upper Peninsula, 
7869 

— tours, see Detroit and Cleveland steam 



navigation co. 



Bay City, 2596 

Land 

Adams: Land book, 8206 

Allegan co. Citizens: Petition to confer 
public lands on G. R. and I. R. R., 51 

Allegan land CO. : Sales book, 8211 

Amiboy, Lansing and Traverse Bay rail- 
road: Petition for grant of lands, 81 

Askin: Inventor}^ book, 8221 

: Mss., 8037, 8130 

Au Sable and northwestern railway co.: 
Gateway to home, 162 

Avery: "Overflowed lands on Maple 
River, 165 

Backus and Jackson: Mss., 8053 

Batchewanung land and mining co. : Cer- 
tificate stub-book, 8238 

.: Rec- 
ord book, 8239 

Berrien co. : [Papers relating to transfer], 
8242 

Bliss: Federal land grants for internal 
improvements, 388 

Britton and Gray: Ontonagon and state 
line and Marciuette and state line land 
grants, 443 

Buckley and Douglas lumber co. : Few 
facts about farm and fruit lands, 482 

Burton: Frustrated land grab, 524 

Cadillac mss.: Archives judiciaires du 
dist. Quebec, 8278 

Cheboygan realty co. : Land of oppor- 
tunity, 653 

Detroit and Milwaukee railroad co. : Peti- 
tion for grant, 1413 

Felch: Indians of Mich, and cessions of 
lands, 1675 

: Mss., 8154 

Ferrv: Justice to Mich. Indians, 1692 

Gibson and Will ams : Mss. ,8118 

Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad co. 
Agricultural and industrial dept. : Acres 
of opportunities, 1945 

Hall: Early history of northwestern 
states, with land laws, 2013 



INDEX 



LAND Continued 

Howard: .Mss., 8044. 8055 

Hubbard: Catalogue of lands for sale, 

: Mss., 8119 

Hubbard and King: Mss., SPl SP? 

Jackson: , Mss., 81L? 

Johnson and Miller: Mss., 8116 

Mackinac City co.: Title to lands, 2856 

Maps 

Cadillac tract, by Rand, McNally & 
CO., 7846 

Lake Superior ship canal, railway and 
iron CO.: 450.000 acres of land in 
L ppcr Peninsula, 7869 

Lands of J. B. Goodman and others in 
Delta CO., 7855 

Map of farm, garden and lawn of M. 
A. C, by R. C. Carpenter, 7858 

Flint and Pere Marquette rail- 
way co's. lands in Mich., 7849 
- — Fort Ponchartrain and vicinity 
showing lands possessed near fort 
/853 

— ;; Gladwin and Clare co. lands 

• /854 

lands of Flint and Pere Mar- 
quette railway in Saginaw region, 
/ 850 

— — Mich, showing state lands [bv 
J. F. \ellist!. 7355 

■_ Mo.. 111., Iowa and Wis., Ter- 

ntory of Minn., and mineral lands 
of Lake Superior, by J. S. Drake, 
/o6o 

part of mineral lands adjacent 
to I^ke Superior, by U. S. War dept., 

original swamp areas of Lower 

Peninsula, 7857 
— — - showing land districts, public 
lands sold, 7862 

lands of St. Mar\-'s Falls 

,-> 70/; 1 ro/:/: 



ship canal co., 7863-7866 
^ location of lands belong- 

mg to Detroit. Mackinac and Mar- 
quette railroad co., by E. Molitor, 
7o47 

~ Duncan lands on Macki- 
nac Straits and Cheboygan River, bv 
P. L. Fo.x, 7848 

Plan of private claims in Mich. Terri- 
tory as sur\eyed bv A. Greeley, 7860 

Plat of survey of land for military pur- 
poses around Fort Brady by G C 
Westcott, 7851 j' j   

A. B. Woodward's property on 
turnpike, 7870 
Private claims at Michilimackinac sur- 
veyed by J. Millet, 7861 
True copy of plot of military' reser\-a- 
^ tion at Ft. Gratiot, 7852 
Upper Peninsula [showing state lands! 
by J. F. Xellist, 7867 
Michigan. Acting commissioner on state 
buildings: Communication, 2973 



LAND— Continued 

Auornes 



general's office: 



Laws of U. S. granting lands to Mich., 
ouoo 

— . Auditor general's office: Com- 
munication relative to expenses for 
advertising and selling lands delin- 
quent for taxes, 3099 

f ■• : State- 
ment relative to estimated expenses of 
publishing notice of sale], 3150 

. Board of internal improve- 
ment: Report (in reply to resolution 
to ascertain amount of outstanding 
obligations against land granted by 
Congress], 3195 

7—. Govemoi* Message trans- 
mitting communication from J. Mullet 
relative to relocations of certain lands, 

OuUHc 

~ 7- '■ Special message 

with documents, 3627 



3630 



Special message. 



Legislature. 



— j,...™v„.^. House. Com- 
mittee on federal relations: Report 
[relative to amount of land received 
from U. S.], 4067 

T- • • Select 

committee: Report on land appro- 
priations, 4323 



: Report on land grants by 

Congress, 4324 

Senate. Com- 



mittee on the judiciary: Report of 
cornmittee to whom was referred reso- 
lution of enquiry- into exempting real 
estate from sale on account of debt 
4567 ' 

; • • . Com- 

mittee on lands returned delinquent 
for taxes: Report of committee to 
whom was referred resolution in relation 
to repeal of laws which require return 
of lands delinquent for taxes, 4592 

; • • . Com- 

mittee on state affairs: Report of com- 
mittee [to whom was referred petitions 
for law for appraisal of damages for 
lands flowed by mill dams], 4674 

. State Library. Legislative 

reference dept.: Public lands and 

forest protection, 5066 

~ . (Ter.) Commission on land 

titles: Governor and judges journal. 



r • Governor and judges: 

Report, 5333 

Miscellaneous mss., 8126 
North American mineral land co. : Pros- 
pectus, 5556 

Northeastern Mich, development bureau: 
Land of undeveloped possibilities, 5558 

Northeastern Mich, realty co.: North- 
eastern Mich., 5559 



278 



INDEX 



LAND— Continued 

Pine lands and lumber trade, 5742 

Romeyn and Lockwood and Clarke: 
Mss., 8046 

Saginaw valley land, salt and mineral co. : 
Prospectus, 6100 

St. Helen development co. : Land of 
opportunity, 6114 

[Sibbald]: True history of fraudulent 
land entries within limits of Ontonagon 
and state line railroad grant, 6242 

Sibley: Mss., 8173, 8175 

Smith: Western land office, Detroit, 6309 

Stearns salt and lumber co. : Kalkaska 
and Antrim cos., 6387 

[Swigart]: Tract in Mason, Manistee, 
Lake and Wexiord cos., 6445 

Trowbridge: Mss., 8107, 8204 

U. S. Congress. House. Committee on 
affairs in the Territory of Mich. : Re- 
port, 6658 

— . — . Treasury dept.: Letter trans- 
mitting statement of lands sold north- 
west of Ohio River, 6688 

Van Dyke and Emmons: Mss., 8043 

Waterman: Mss., 8133 

Wing: Land books, 8622 

: Mss., 8067, 8120 

See also Canal lands; Conveyancing; 
Deeds; Drowned lands; Federal lands; 
Indian lands; Internal improvement 
lands; Marl: Michigan. Legislature. 
House. Committee on public lands; 
Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on university and school lands; 
Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee for appraisal of university and 
state building lands; Michigan. Legis- 
lature. House. Committee on univer- 
sity, school and state lands; Michigan. 
Legislature. vSenate. Committee on 
public lands; Michigan. Public domain 
commission; Michigan. State land 
office; Mineral lands; Overflowed lands; 
Preemption law; Public lands; Railroad 
lands; Real estate; Salt spring lands; 
Sault Ste. Marie. Seigniory; School 
lands; State building lands; State lands; 
Swamp lands; Tax lands; Tax titles; 
U. S. General land office; U. S. Land; 

, U. S. Land office, Detroit; University 
lands 
office, see Michigan. State land office; 

Michigan. Public domain commission 
Landon, H. 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report, on 
petition for extension of time for col- 
lection of taxes for 1839, 4686 
Land snails, see Snails 
Lane, A. C. 

Coal, 2597 

Fossils of the Marshall and Coldwater, 
2598 

Geological report on Huron co., 2599 

Isle Royale, 2600 



LANE, A. C— Continued 

Geology of lower Mich., 2601 

Gordon: Geological section from Besse- 
mer down Black River, 1831 

Keweenaw fault, 2602 

series, 2603 

Leverett: Alcona co., 2722 

Limestones, 2604 

Lower Mich, mineral waters, 2605 

Map showing geological formations and 
contours of rock surface of Southern 
Peninsula, 7786 

Michigan. Geological survey: Coal in 
lower Mich., 3561 

• . : Report, 

3571 

Northern interior coal field, 2606 

Salt water in lake mines, 2607 

Summary of surface geology, 2608 

Theory of copper deposition, 2609 

Water resources of Lower Peninsula, 2610 



Soldier's diarj^, 2611 
— , R. W. 

H. Ford's own story, 2612 
-, W. A. 



Homer and its pioneers and business men, 
2613 
Lang, G. E. 

Pocket road map, Monroe co., 2614 
Lange, D. 

Silver Island of the Chippewa, 2615 
,H. 

Der staat Mich., 7228 
Lanman, C. 

Life of W. Woodbridge, 2616 

Red book of Mich., 2617 

Summer in wilderness, 2618 

'J-^- ,. , 

Historv of Mich., civil and topographical, 

2619 

History of Mich., from earliest coloniza- 
tion, 2620-2625 

L'Ansc 

[Brooks]: L'Anse, 451 
[Map of] L'Anse, by U. S. Lake survey, 
7734 

Creuse 

Detroit. Ste. Anne's church. Exterior 
parishes: Registre, 8330 

Lansing 

African Methodist Episcopal church 
Jarvis: Golden jubilee, 2382 

Annual reports, 2626 

Art exhibition, see Lansing. Loan exhi- 
bition 

Associated charities 
Report, 2627-2630 

Bailey: Gazeteer and directory including 
sketch and business directory, 186 

Banks, see Lansing. City national bank 

Blair statue 

Patton: Address at unveiling, 5674 

Board of education 
Announcement, 2631 
Rules and regulations, 2632-2635 



INDEX 



279 



LANSING— Continued 

Ct-mral Methodist Episcopal church 

Directon,', 2636 
Chapter. D. A. R., see Lansing. Daugh- 
ters of the American revolution 
Charities, see Lansing. Associated chari- 
ties 
Charters 

Charter, 2637-2644 

See also Lansing. Ordinances, etc. 
Choral union 

May musical festival, 2645 
City national bank 

Business letter, 2646 
Coal CO. 

Michigan. Commissioners on incor- 
poration of the Lansing coal co.: 
Memorial. 3286 
Common council 

Revised rules, 2647 
Congregational church, see Lansing. 

Plymouth church 
Daily state Republican 

Happy new year, 906 
Daughters of the American revolution 

Lansing chapter no. 292, 914 

Twenty-fifth year, 915 
Description 

Benevojent and protective order of 
Elks: Souvenir, 342 

Bovee: Lansing, 417 

Fox illustrating co.: Lansing illus- 
trated, 1747 

Grand army of the republic. Dept. of 
Michigan: [Souvenir], 1845 

Lansing illustrated, 2675, 2676 

. Improvement association: 

Lansing, 2650 
Directories 

Bards and co's. business director^', 226 

Lansing city director^', 2674 

Polk & CO.: Director^-, 5775 
Franklin Street Presbyterian church 

Church manual, 2648 
High school 

Oracle, 2649 

Histor\' 

Cowles: Past and present, 843 
Dash: Histop.' of Lansing, 912 
Mevis: Pioneer recollections, 2968 
• Illustrated, 2675, 2676 

Improvement association 
Lansing, 2650 

Lansing and Howell plank road co. 
Account book, 8434 
Certificate stub-book, 8435 
Detroit and Howell plank road co.: 

ToU book, 8340 
Ledger, 8436 
Record book, 8437 
Transfer book, 8438 

Library- and literan,^ association 
Catalogue, 2651, 2652 

Loan exhibition 
Catalogue, 2653 



LANSING— Continued 

Maps 

Map, by \V. A. Barnard and L. D. Pres- 
ton, 7741 

, — Dyer-Jenison-Barry co., 7740 

, — A. M. Emery, 7738 

, — Waterbury and Emer^', 7737 

, — Macv and Driggs, 7736 

, — North Highland co., 7739 

Methodist Episcopal church, see Lansing. 
Central Methodist Episcopal church 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on public lands: Report of 
committee to whom was referred peti- 
tion asking improvement of school sec- 
tion upon which capitol is located, 4157 

homeopathic college, see Michi- 
gan. Homeopathic college 

Mineral and magnetic well, 2677 

Music, see Lansing. Choral union 

Odd Fellows, see Independent Order of 
Odd Fellows 

Ordinances, 2654-2656 

Playground association 
Lansing playgrounds, 2657 

Plvmouth church 
Manual, 2658 

Prudden: Sermon at dedication, 5889 
: — : Twenty years history, 5S90 

Presb\'1:erian church, see Lansing. Frank- 
lin Street Presbyterian church 

Pulslic school librarN^ 
Annual report, 2659 
Catalogue, 2660-2664 

Quadrangle map, see Quadrangle maps 

Reform club 
History of, 2665 

Retail grocers' and meat dealers' associa- 
tion 
Second annual pure food show, 2666 

Scientific association 

First published transactions, 2667 

Social survey committee 
Know-your-city-week, 2668 

Union building and loan association 
13th annual statement, 2669 

Woman's club 

Constitution and by-laws, 2670 
Our first decade, 2671 
Report, 2672 

Woman's relief corps 

Woman's relief corps. Dept. of Mich. 
Corps no. 7: Roster of members, 
7013 

Young men's society, 2673 

See also North Lansing 
Lapeer county 

Agricultural society: Premium list, 2678 

Beers & co.: Atlas, 7506 

Dwight: Township plats, 8381 

Grand jur>^ 

Resolution relative to conduct of S. D. 
M'Keen, 2679 

History, 2158 

Map, by W. E. Doughty and I. Gross, 
7505 



280 



INDEX 



LAPEER COUNTY— Continued 

[ ], — U. S. Postoffice dept., 7507 

of Saginaw and Tuscola, with part 

of, by D. A. Pettibone, 7555 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on education: Report of com- 
mittee [to whom was referred petition 
for location of seminary of learning in 
Hadley township], 4032 

Portrait and biographical record, 5830 
training school for teachers 



Summer school for teachers of backward 
and mentally defective children, 2680 
Tuesday club 



Moore: OutHne of study, 5481 
LaPlaisance Bay 

U. S. War dept. : Letter transmitting 
report of survey of LaPlaisance Bav 
Harbor, 6694 
LaPlant, A., estate 
Bank book, 8439 
Sales book, 8440 

L'Arbre Croche 

Detroit. Ste. Anne's church. Exterior 
parishes: Registre, 8330 
Larceny 

Straker: Legal treatise on larceny of 
dogs, 6424 
Larmer, J. G. 

Stevens: Transcontinental trip in a Ford, 
6405 

Lamed, C. 

Mss., 8062, S070, 8072 

Mss.', 80701 8072 
-, S. 



Journal, 8441 
Ledgers, 8442 
Mss., 8070, 8072 
and Ward 



Letter books, 8443 

La Rochefoucauit Liancourt, see Roche- 

foucault Liancourt 
Larzelere, C. S. 

Boundaries of Mich., 2681 
Government of Mich., 2682, 2683 
Suggestions for teaching history in rural 
schools, 2684, 2685 

La Salle, Sieur de 

Baker: St. Joseph-Kankakee portage, 191 
Bartlett: La Salle in valley of St. Joseph, 

237 
Burton: [LaSalle and the Griffon], 528 
Catherwood: Story of Tonty, 618-620 
Gravier: Decouvertes et 6tat)lissements 

de, 1976 
Relation of discoveries and voyages, 2686 
Remington: Ship-yard of Griffon, 5947 
Winsor: Joliet, Marquette and LaSalle, 

6994 

Latest views of Detroit, 2687 

Lath manufacture 

Saginaw daily enterprise: Statistics for 
1867. 6094 



LATHROP, H. B. 

[Memorial relative to contract for convict 

labor], 2688 
[Michigan. Board of state auditors: Com- 
munication in reply to resolution re- 
questing opinion whether H. B. Lathrop 
has claim rendering further legislative 
action necessary], 3218 
Lathrop 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5767 
Laub, D. K. 

Detroit evening news: Investigation of 
Ford profit-sharing, 1442 
Laurent, C, estate 

Emmons: Mss., 8068 
Laurie and Whittle 

New and general map of middle dominions 
belonging to U. S., 7121 
Laurium 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5764 
Law, J. 

Colonial history of Vincennes, 2689 

, W. H. 

Among lighthouses of Great Lakes, 2690 
Deeds of valor, 2691 
Heroes of Great Lakes, 2692 
Life savers in Great Lakes, 2693 
Law 

Howe: Laws and courts of Northwest, 

2223, 2224 
Hutchins: Legal education, 2271 
Michigan. State library. Law dept.: 
Accessions, 5051 



Catalogue, 5052 
Trask: Briefs and notes on statutes and 
decisions, 6565 
Lawns 

Halligan: Starting a lawn, 2020 
Lawrence, A. L. 

Wolverme, 2694, 2695 

Lawrence, Kansas. Society of Mich., see 

Society of Michigan 

Law reports, digests, etc. 

Callaghan & co. : Mich, digest, 554-556 

Campbell: Index digest of Mich, su- 
preme court decisions, 563 

Chancy: Digest of decisions rendered by 
Supreme court, 636-639 

: Digest of Mich, reports, 640 

Coolev, E. A.: Digest of Mich, reportsf 
807' 

[ , T. M.] : Digest of reported cases, 

808 

Crockett : Digest of decisions of Supreme 
court, 862 

Douglass: Reports of cases argued and 
determined in Supreme court, 1539 

Drake's Mich, digest, 1548 

Harrington: Reports, 2051 

Jacobs: Digest of decisions of Supreme 
court, 2375-2377 

: Reference digest of Mich, re- 
ports, 2378 

Michigan. Lav/s, statutes, etc. : Com- 
piled laws, 3839-3844 



INDEX 



2S1 



LAW REPORTS, DIGESTS, etc. Con- 
tinued 

. , '.^•' Digest 

of general statutes on religious corpora- 
tions, 3848 

Digest 



of laws concerning flats, 386v? 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on revised code: Report, 4012 

digest, 53<)4, 5395 

serial digest, 5410 

. Supreme court: Mich, re- 



ports, 5124 
Newberry: Reports of admiralty cases 

argued and adjudged, 5539 
Northwestern reporter : Northwestern 

reporter blue book, 5567 
Shepard's Mich, citations, 6229 
Talbot: Table of cases of all Mich. 

courts, 6495 
See also Lawyers; Legal manuscripts; 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc. 

Laws and charters under which Michigan 
central and connections have been con- 
structed, 2696 

Laws, see Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.; 
Michigan (Ter.) Laws, statutes, etc. 

Lawton, C. D. 

Map of iron mines at Negaunee, 7826 
Michigan. Dept. of mineral statistics: 

.\nnual report, 3354 
Review of Lake Superior copper mining, 

2697 

Lawyers 

Cooley: Hints to young lawyers, 809 

: La%\yer's duty, 810 

Detroit. Bar association: New Wayne 
CO. court house, 977 

Lowell: Bench and bar of Macomb co., 
2773 

Merchants' and manufacturers' mercan- 
tile agency: Directory of bonded at- 
torneys, 2954 

Michigan. State board of law examiners: 
Statute rules and regulations governing 
examination of applicants for admission 
to bar, 4939 

Reed: Bench and bar of Mich., 5941 

Ross: Early bench and bar of Detroit, 
6029 

Stanton: U. S. lawyer's diary and rule 
book, 6376 

See also Legal mss. ; Michigan. State bar 
association ; Washtenaw co. Bar associa- 
tion 

Leach, M. L. 

Ancient forts in Ogemaw co., 2698 
Ancient mounds in Clinton co., 2699 
History of Grand Traverse region, 2700 

League of American wheelmen. Mich. 
division 
Bicycle routes in Mich., 2701 
Road book, 2702 



LEAGUE OF MICHIGAN MUNICIPALI- 
TIES 
Michigan. Political science association: 
Papers and discussions on municpial 
problems, 4795 
Proceedings, 2703 
Report, 2704 
Leake, P. 

History of Detroit, 2705 
Learned societies, see Societies 
Leavenworth, Lawrence and Galveston 
railroad 
Joy: Mss., 8136 
LeConte, J. L. 

Hubbard: Coleoptera of Florida and 
-Mich., 2249 
Ledgers, see Manuscripts 
Lee, H. H., & co. 

State of Mich.; gazetteer and business 
directory, 2706 

— , Jay p. 

Suggestions for amendment of laws gov- 
erning corporations, 2707 
, John T. 

Biljliography of Carver's travels, 2708 

Capt. J. Carver, 2709 
, W. O. 

Personal and historical sketches of 7 th 
regiment, Mich, cavalry, 2710 
Leelanau county 

Buckley and Douglas lumber co. : Few 
facts about farm and fruit lands, 482 

Hayes: Atlas, 7508 

Sprague: History, 6369 

Traverse region, 6580 
[Lees, J.] 

Journal, 2711 
Leeson, M. A. 

History of Kent co., 2156 

Macomb co., 2160 

Saginaw co., 2712 

Leeth, J. 

Short biography of, 2713 

Leetsville 

i^olk &• CO.: Directory, 5763 

Legal manuscripts 

Bales, Walker and Douglass: Mss., 8108 

Canfield: Case books, 8285 

Emmons: Mss., 8041, 8047, 8052, 8054, 

8057, 8059, 8064, 8068, 8073, 8078, 

8082, 8082, 8084, 8086, 8088, 8090, 

8092. 8102, 8105 
Holbrook: Mss., 8196, 8198 
Howard: Mss., 8044 
Jov: Mss., 8136 
Larncd: Mss., 8070. 8072 
May, Romeyn, and Emmons family: 

Mss., 8075 
May: Mss.. 8131 
Mavnard, Mcddaugh and Davison: Mss., 

8132 
Norton: Mss., 8107 
O'Flvnn: Mss., 8166 
Prentis: Mss., 8056 
Rice and Meeker: Mss., 8133 
Romeyn: Mss., 8046, 8060, 8061 



282 



INDEX 



LEGAL MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 

vSiblev: Mss., 8173, 8175 
Toms: Mss., 8042, 8069, 8071, 8079, 
8081, 8083, 8085, 8087, 8089, 8091, 

8093, 8095, 8097, 8192 
Trowbridge: Mss., 8188, 8204 

Van Dyke and Emmons: Mss., 8043, 

8094, 8096 

Ward and Palmer: Mss., 8134, 8137, 8146 

Wilkins: Mss.., 8098, 8101, 8103 

Wilkinson and Post: Mss., 8159, 8162, 
8167 

WMght: Mss., 8141 

See also U. S. Attorney. Michigan dis- 
trict; U. S. Circuit court. Eastern dis- 
trict of Michigan; U. S. Marshal. 
Michigan; Wayne co. Justice of the 
peace 
Legends 

Belknap: Legend of trailing arbutus, 
339 

Brown: Indian legendary poems, 474 

Hamlin: Legends of Le Detroit, 2029 

Judson: Myths and legends of Missis- 
sippi valley and Great Lakes, 2431 

Kane: Mvths and legends of Mackinacs, 
2464 

Leggett: Me-nah-sa-gor-ning; a legend 
of Orchard Lake, 2714 

Littlejohn: Legends of Mich, and Old 
Northwest, 2751 

Page: Legendary lore of Mackinac, 5624 

Wright: Stories of crooked tree, 7051, 
7052 

See also Schoolcraft, H. R. 
Leggett, Lieut. P. S. 

Hickox: Remarks at funeral, 2110 
, S. M. ^ 

Me-nah-sa-gor-ning, 2714 
Legislation 

Alichigan. State library. Legislative 
reference dept.: Local legislation, 5064 



. . : Local, special and 

private legislation, 5065 

Legislative association, see Michigan. Leg- 
islative association 

Legislature, see Michigan. Legislature; 
Michigan (Ter.) Legislative council 

Legler, H. E. 

Moses of Mormons, 2715 

Legumes 

Smith: Legumes other than alfalfa, 6277 

Leighley, I. A. 

Ward and Palmer: Mss., 8134 

Leith, C. K. 

Van Hise: Geology of Lake Superior 
region, 6843 

Lemen, J. 

MacNaul: Jefferson-Lemcn compact, 
2859 

Lenawee county 

Board of supervisors 
Proceedings, 2716 
[Bonner]: History of Adrian, 396 
: Memoirs of, 397 



LENAWEE COUNTY— Continued 

Cadwell Sz co.: Atlas, 7512 

Dewey: Saint Michael's and All Angels' 

church, 1501 
Dixon: Study of farm management 

problems in Lenawee co., 1529 
Everts and Stewart: Combination atlas 

map, 7511 
Farm journal directory, 1645 
Hogaboam: Bean Creek valley, 2182 
Knapp: Illustrated history and bio- 
graphical record of Lenawee co., 2556 
Map, by G. R. Bechler and E. Wenig, 
7510 

, — State geologist, 7509 

, — U. S. Postoffice dept., 7514 

, of counties of Washtenaw and 

Lenawee, by Bechler and Wenig, 7584 
Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report of 
committee to whom were referred peti- 
tions for act to establish highways in 
Fairfield township, 4559 
Milla^-d: Early history, 5442 
Pioneer and historical society 

Annual picnic, 2717 
Portrait and biographical album, 5839 
Treat bros: Pocket atlas, 7513 
Whitney: Historical and biographical 
record, 6913 
Lenox township, see Macomb co. 
Leonard, J. W. 

Industries of Detroit, 2718 

 Saginaws, 2719 

Leoni. Michigan union college, see Michi- 
gan union college 

theological institute 



House. Corn- 
Report on peti- 

5763 



Catalogue, 2720 
Michigan. Legislature, 
mittee on education: 
tion, 4021 
Leroy 

Polk & CO. : Directory, 
Les Cheneaux Islands 

Grover: Brief history, 1996 
[Map of] Les Cheneaux Islands, by Arnold 
transit co., 7876 

, by U. S. 

War dept., 7875 
Leslie 

Vliet: History of early life^and business 
interests, 6769 , 

Lester, F. A. 

Bennett: Historical sketches of Ninth 

Mich, infantry, 343 
[Semi-centennial roster of Ninth Mich, 
■infantry], 2721 
Letter books, see Manuscripts 

Leverett, F. 

Alcona co., 2722 

Ann Arbor folio, 7760, 7761 

Flowing wells, 2723, 2724 

Map of surface formation of Northern 

Peninsula, 7818 
— — Southern 



Peninsula, 7787 



INDEX 



283 



LEVERETT, F.— Continued 

Pkisiocenc of Indiana and Mich., 2725 
Review of glacial geology of Southern 

Peninsula, 2726 
Surface geology, 2727, 2728 
Symposium on water supplies, 2729 

Levin, E. 

Coons: Leaf-spot disease of tomato, 819 

: Septoria leaf-spot disease of 

celery or celer\' blight, 821 
Leaf -spot disease of tomato, 2730 

Lewis, A. F. 

General information concerning ceme- 
teries of Saginaw, 2731 
, G. F. 

Annual statement of business of Saginaw 
vallev, 2732 

-,s.' 



Correct map of seat of war, 7133 
Map of part of Northwest Territor3% 712-1 
New map of seat of war, 7135 
art gallery, Coldwater 



Catalogue, 2733 
— — school for stammerers 



At Lewis school, 2736 

Lewis school, 2734 

Lewis school greeting, 2735 

Lewiston 

Michigan home colony co. : Full descrip- 
tion of countn,-, its soils, climate, water- 
ways and transportation routes, 5402 

Libraries 

Bixliy: Historical sketches of ladies' 
hbran,' associations of Mich., 376 

Brett : School and libran.-, 435 

Buncher: Catalogue, 491 

Crapo: Address at dedication of building 
of Ladies' library association, Flint, 
856 

Finney: Public libraries, 1698 

Hubbard: Valuable private library-, 2250 

Alichigan. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report of 
committee to whom was referred peti- 
tion asking people be relieved from tax 
for town libraries, 4551 

libraries, 5406 

Spencer: Women's clubs and public 
libraries, 6362 

See also Adrian. Ladies' library associa- 
tion; Adrian. Public school library; 
Allegan. Public library; Alpena. Public 
library; Ann Arbor. Public Hbrar>'; Ann 
Arbor. Public school librarv; Armada. 
Public librar>'; Battle Creek. Public 
school Hbran.-'; Bay City. Public lib- 
rary'; Big Rapids. Phelps free libran,*; 
Coldwater. Free public library; Cold- 
water. Ladies' library' association; De- 
troit. First Congregational church; De- 
troit. First Congregational Unitarian 
society; Detroit. First Presbyterian 
church; Detroit. Ladies' library asso- 
ciation; Detroit. Mechanics' society 
library; Detroit. Public library-; De- 
troit. Young men's society; District 



LIBRARIES— Continued 

.sclioollibraries; Dowagiac. Ladies' lib- 
rary association; East Saginaw. Public 
library-; Eaton Rapids. Public library; 
Escanaba. Carnegie public library; 
Flint. Ladies' library association; 
Frankfort. Literary association li- 
brary-; Frankfort. Public school li- 
brary; Grand Haven. Public school 
library; Grand Rapids. Public library; 
Hackley public library; Hartford. 
Ladies' library association; Howell. 
Public library; Hoyt public library-, 
Saginaw; Jackson. Public library; 
Jackson. Young men's association 
library; Kalamazoo. Ladies' library 
association; Kalamazoo. Public li- 
brary; Lansing. Library- and literary 
association; Lansing. Public school 
library^ Manistee. Public library- 
Michigan. State board of corrections 
and charities; Michigan. State board 
of library commissioners; Alichigan. 
State library-; Michigan. State normal 
college; Michigan. State prison; 
Mitchell public library, Hillsdale; Mt. 
Clemens. Public library; Muskegon. 
Public school library; Owosso. Ladies' 
library and literary association ; Owosso. 
Young men's Christian association li- 
brary; Petoskey. Public library; Port 
Huron. Ladies' library association; 
Port Huron. Public library; Sage 
public library; Saginaw. East side 
public library; Saginaw. Public li- 
brary- of union school district; Saginaw. 
Public school library; School libraries; 
Spies public library; Township li- 
braries; Traverse City. Ladies' library 
association; Traverse City. Public 
library; Vicksburg. Ladies' library- 
Library association, see Michigan. Library 

association 
institutes 



Preston: Library institutes, 5S71 
science 



Koch: Library assistant's manual, 2571 
Licenses 

McCracken: License movement, 2809 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Select 
committee: Report of minority of on 
license laws, 4330 

. . . Special 

committee: Report relati\-e to grant- 
ing licenses, 4373 

Senate. Com- 



mittee on expiring laws: Report re- 
specting license laws, 4593 
. . . Com- 



mittee on state affairs: Report relative 
to license laws, 4677, 4678 

Select 



committee: Report of committee to 
whom were referred petitions praying 
repeal of license laws, 4726, 4727 
See also Liquor; Prohibition; Threshing 
machines 



284 



INDEX 



LIEB, S. 

History of Mich., 2737 
Liens, see Mechanics' liens 
Life and thrihing incidents in history of E. 
Watson, 2738 

of Gen. L. Cass, 2739, 2740 

 — insurance 

Imperial life insurance society: Common 

sense talk on life insurance, 2281 
Insurance herald hand book, 2319 
Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws, 
3887, 3888 

saving 

Law: Deeds of valor, 2691 

: Heroes of Great Lakes, 2692 

— ^: Life savers in Great Lakes, 2693 
Liggett, J. T. 

Art education, 2741 
[Lightner, M. C] 

St. Paul's church controversy, 2742 
Lights and lighthouses 

Law: Among lighthouses of Great Lakes, 

2690 
Michigan. Governor: Special message 
transmitting communication from supt. 
of lights on northwestern lakes, 3658 
Scott: New coast pilot for lakes, 6189 
Lilibridge, G. R. 

Report of conspiracy trial, 2743 
Lillie, W. I. 

Grand Haven. Charters: Charter, 1847 
Lime 

Patten: Lime for agricultural purposes, 
5664 
Lime kiln crossing, Detroit River, by U. S. 

War dept., 7966 
Limestone 

Allen: Mineral resources of Mich., with 
treatise on limestone resources by R. 
A. Smith, 61 
fLane]: Limestones, 2604 
Winchell: Some indications of northern 
transportation of drift materials in 
Lower Peninsula, 6989 
See also Mines and mineral resources 
Lime-sulphur spray 

Patten: Manufacture and storage, 5665 

Lincoln, A. 

Ann Arbor. Memorial proceedings in 
Ann Arbor, 133 
, Grant, Sherm.an, Farragut, 2744 

[Lincoln highway association] 

Following path of progress, 2745 
Summarizing a year's progress, 2746 
Lindemann, E. C. 

Twelve projects for Mich, clubs, 2747 

Linden 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5768 

Lindsey, C. 

Prairies of western states, 2748 

Liquor 

Adams: Treatise on prohibitory liquor 

law, 11 
Alabaster: Answer on traffic and use of 

into.xicating beverages, 32 



LIQUOR— Continued 

Bloss: Special taxation of liquor traffic, 
392 

Chippeway Indians: Petition for Maine 

law, 673 
Dennis: Petition for prohibition, 948 

Economic study for Detroit business men, 
1573 

Hubbard : Petition asking passage of bill 
relative to license laws and sale of 
liquors, 2247 

McCracken: License movement, 2809 

Michigan. Governor: Appendix to 
message; report of liquor tax#s col- 
lected, 3711 

. Laws, statutes, etc. : Laws re- 
lating to manufacture, sale and use of 
liquors, 3901 

Law re- 



lating to shipment into drv territory, 
3902 

, . : Local op- 



tion law, 3903 



-, . : Prohibi- 
tory liquor law, 3900 

Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on the judiciary: Report on 
petitions for enactment of law concern- 
ing sale of ardent spirits, 4140 

Com- 



mittee on state affairs: Report upon 
bill to repeal act to prevent manufac- 
ture and sale of liquors, 4231 

Select 



committee: Report of committee to 
whom were referred laws granting li- 
cense for sale of ardent spirits, 4331 



: Report of committee to 

whom were referred petitions for sup- 
pression of traffic in intoxicating drinks, 
4332 



: Report of committee to 

whom was referred petition concerning 
sale of ardent spirits, 4333 

Special 



committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred petitions praying 
laws authorizing sale of spirituous 
liquors be repealed, 4376 
. . Senate. Com- 



mittee on state affairs: Report relative 
to amending prohibitory liquor law, 
4679 

Select 



committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred circular suggesting 
passage of law for more effectual pre- 
vention of traffic in ardent spirits with 
Indian tribes, 4730 

See also Prohibition ; Temperance 
List of volunteers from county of Wayne, 

2749 



INDEX 



285 



LISTER, W. N. 

Washtenaw co. Commissioner of schools : 
Manual, 6812 
Little, F. 

Colerv culture at Kalamazoo, 2750 
Littlejohn, F. J. 

Lcs,'(.nils of Mich, and Old Northwest, 

2751 
Memorial praying for .division of 9th 
judicial district, 2752 

, W. H. 

Constitutional amendment, 2753 
Little Bay de Noc. 

Chart, l.y U. S. War dept., 7895 

Traverse Bay 

Chart of inland route of navigation, by 

U. S. War dept.. 7906 
[Detroit and Cleveland steam navigation 

CO.]: Where to spend summer, 1403 
Northeast end of Lake Mich., by U. S. 

War dept., 7899 
Sprang: Petoskey and Little Traverse 

Bay, 6372 
Wright: Ottawan, short history of vil- 
lages and resorts surroimding, 7050 
Live stock sanitary commission, see Michi- 
gan. Live stock sanitary commission 

laws 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Live 
str.ck sanitar>- laws, 3904 
Livingston county 

Beers & co. : Atlas, 7515 
Histor>-, 21.59 

Map. by U. S. Postoffice dept, 7516 
Ogle &- CO.: Standard atlas, 7517 
Portrait and biographical allnim, 5834 
Topographical map of Ingham and Liv- 
ingston, bv Geil, Harley and Siverd, 
7470 
Livingstone, W. 

Hisif.ry ot' Republican party. 2754 

Lloyd, H. H., & co. 

Railroad and postoffice map of Wiscon- 
sin and Mich., 7274 

Local board of health, see Health 

 government 

Bemis: Local government in Mich, and 
f Northwest, 340 

Green: Treatise on townships, 1983, 1984 
Michigan. Dept. of state: Mich, town- 
ship officers' guide, 3512-3515 

. . : Supplement 

to Green's treatise on townships, 3527 
Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 



concerning organization and govern- 
ment of townships. 3938 

See also Municipal government 
— history 

Finney: Public libraries and. 1698 

Michigan. Historical commission: Sug- 
gestions for local historical societies, 
3797 

. : Prize 



LOCAL HISTORY—Continued 

Monroe high school. Class of '96: Local 

history. 5470 
See also Michigan. Historical commis- 
sion; names of cities, townships, 
counties, etc. 

option, see Liquor 

Lockwood, H. A. 

Arc our municipalities to become business 
corporations?, 2755 

, T. M., see Lockwood and Clarke 

and Clarke 

Mss., 8046 

, see Barstow and Lockwood 

Lockwood 

Polk cV CO.: Directory, 5763 
Locusts 

Davis: Locusts, 932 
Lodge, E. A." 

Petition in regard to granting university 
appropriation, 2756 
Lodges 

Maybury: Mss., 8189 
See also Detroit lodges 
Loehe, W. 

Elwas uber die Deutsch-Lutherischen 
niederlassungen in grafschaft Saginaw, 
2757 
Logan, J. A. 

Cuteheon: In memoriam, 895 
Long, C. E. 

Marine review course finder, 2758 

,J. 

Voyages and travels of Indian interpreter 
and trader, 2759 
, O. R. 



Present and future water supply of Ionia, 
2760 

, S. H. 

Keating : Travels in interior of North 
America, 2466 
Long Point development association 

Golden oj^portunilies in heart of Mich, 
apple belt, 2761 
Longyear, B. O. 

Fungous diseases of fruits, 2762 
Mich, mushrooms, 2763 

, J. M. 

Forests, streams, lakes and resources of 
northern Mich., 2764 
,J.W. 



essays, 3803, 3804 

State libraPk' 



works, 5035, 5036 



Finding list of 



Memorial for re-establishment of military 
state agency, 2765 
Look, H. M. 

Masonic trials, 2766 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on ways and means: Report of 
committee to whom was referred reso- 
lutions relative to exemption of U. S. 
bonds, 4256 

Loomis, C. M. 

Centennial anniversary; celebration at 
Grand Rapids. 2767 

and Talbott 

Ann Arbor city directory, 2768 
Monroe city directorj\ 2769 



286 



INDEX 



LORD, G. 

Taxation of mining properties, 2770 

, W. B. 

Michigan. Constitutional convention : 
Debates, 3319 
Los Angeles county, Cal. 

Interstate directory co. : Mich, people 
in Los Angeles co., 2332 
Loskiel, G. H. 

Extempore on a wagon, 8444 
Lossing, B. J. 

Hull's surrender of Detroit, 2771 
Mss., 8182, .8195 

[Papers representing material used in 
histories and biographies], 8445 
Lothrop, G. H. 

Detroit. Fire dept.: The fire depart- 
ment, 1136 

, G. V. N. 

Democratic association of Detroit: Cele- 
bration of anniversary of Battle of New 
Orleans, address by, 945 
Detroit. Fire dept.: The fire depart- 
ment, 1136 
and Dufiield 



Bill book, 8446 

Claim books, 8447 

Ledger, 8448 

Letter ]?ooks, 8449 
Loud, H. M. 

H. M. Loud, 2108 
Loughery, A. 

Martindale: Loughery's defeat, 2913 
Louisiana purchase exposition, see Michi- 
gan. Board of managers of the Louisiana 

purchase exposition 
Lovell, A. F. 

U. of M. calendar, 2772 
Lowell, D. N. 

Bench and bar of Macomb co., 2773 
Lowell 

Baxter: History of Grand Rapids, with 
appendix-history of Lowell, 263 

Charter, 2774 
Lower Detroit River, Ijv U. S. War dept., 

7967 
— Peninsula 

Fuller: Economic and social beginnings 
of Mich., 1774 

Geological map, by C. Rominger, 7785 

Lyster: Study of climate and topography 
of, 2789 

Map showing geological formations and 
contours of rock surface, bv A. C. Lane, 
7786 

— — of surface formations, by F. Leverett, 
7787 

Nellist's road map, 7385, 7386 

Rand, McNallv and co's. sectional map 
of Mich., 7387 

Lowrey, B. J. 

Mich, state press association, 2775 
, H. H. 

Ionia county. County school commis- 
sioner: Directory and list of teachers, 
2335 



LOYAL LEGION, see Military order of the 

loyal legion of the U. S. 
Lucas, F. 

[Map of] Mich., 7142 

,R. 

Journal, 2776, 2777 

Ohio. Governor: Message at 2d sess. of 
33d assembly, 5586 

. : Special message in 

pursuance of act making appropriation 
to defray expense of carrying into effect 
laws in regard to northern boundary, 
5587 
Luce, C. G. 

Michigan. Governor: [Messages and 
pardons], 3732-3740 

. Legislature : In memory, 3947 

Luce county 

Map, by H. C. Thompson, 7442 
Ludden, N. T. 

Journal, 8450 
Ludington 

Advantages of, 31 

Clark: Discussion of sewerage and 

drainage, 690 
Description 

Souvenir, 6356 
Director}^ 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5776 
Schools 

Michigan. Historical commission: 
Prize essays, 3804 

Harbor 

Poe : Annual report upon improvement of 
certain rivers and harbors, 5752 
Ludlow, W. 

Poe : Annual report upon improvement of 
certain rivers and harbors, 5752 

, W. C. 

Onawago, 2778 

Lumbering 

Dow: Lumberman's gazette, 1540 
Frothingham: Selling woodlot products, 

1769 
[Harmer]: Lumbering, 2043 
Malloch: Tote-road and trail, 2866 
Michigan. Lumbermen: Facts and fig- 
ures against passage of Chicago relief 

bill, 4768 
Peattie: The beleaguered forest, 5688 
Pine lands and lumber trade, 5742 
Puddefoot: Hewers of wood, 5893 
Saginaw daily enterprise: Statistics for 

1867, 6094 
valley; its salt, lumber and other 

resources, 6099 
•. Lumbermen: Tariff on 

lumber, 6101 
St. Mary's Falls ship canal co.: 560,000 

acres pine lands, 6130 
Statement of salt and lumber business of 

Saginaw valley, 6383 
See also Forests and forestry 

Lunt, M. C. 

Extracts — poetry and prose, 8451 
Poems, 8452 



INDEX 



287 



LUTHER 

Polk iS: CO.: Directory, 5763 
Lyon, L. 

Communication to members of U. S. 

senate, 2779 
Letter to Hon. L. Williams, 2780 
Letters to L. Williams, 2781 
Stuart: Verdict for Mich., 6435 
To Hon. J. M. Clavton, 2782 

, R. H. 

Bartlett : La Salle in valley of St. Joseph, 
237 
-, T. T. 



History of Mich, horticulture, 2783 
Michigan. Agricultural college. Experi- 
ment station: Report of South Haven 
substation, 3020 

. Legislature. House. Special 

committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred memorial relative to 
preservation of forest trees, 4375 

State horticultural society: 



Catalogue of fruits, 4983 
Lyons 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5772 
Lyster, H. F. 

Reclaiming of drowned lands, 2784 
Report on outbreak of typhoid fever 

among school children at Adrian, 2785 

healthful dwellings, 2786 

limitation and prevention of 

typhoid fever, 2787 
Sewerage, 2788 
Study of climate and topography of 

Lower Peninsula, 2789 

-, Henry Francis 



Recollections of Bull Run campaign, 2790 



[McAfee, R. B.] 

Hi-^ii-rv of the late war, 2791 
McCandiess, Rev. G. J. 

Freemasons. Michigan. Grand lodge: 
Memorial service, 1761 
McCarty, D. G. 

Territorial governors of Old Northwest, 
2792 

,J. 

Miscellaneous mss., 8176 
-,W. 



Xew improved map of seat of war, 7134 
McClelland, R. 

Defence of Gen. Cass, 2793 

Michigan. Governor: Message, 3660 
McClintock, H. E. 

Map of Dickinson co., 7449 

Rogers' map of Iron co., 7475 
McCIung, J. A. 

Sketches of western adventure, 2794-2800 
McComber, W. H. 

Petition for general law to authorize 
banking, 2801 
McCorkle, W. A. 

In memoriam ; discourse on life and char- 
acter of Rev. G. Duffield, 2802 



McCORMICK, R. H. 

Ma]) of sowers of Detroit, 7672 
M'Coskry, S. A. 

Controversy between and Alex. M'Farren, 

779 
Fox: Examination of case of church dis- 

ciphne, 1741 
Petition relative to division of school 

funds, 2803 
Trowbridge: Mss., 8109 

,W. 

Day books, 8453 
Mss., 8038 
McCourt, R. S. 

Historv of old Sibley house, 2804 
McCoy, b. 

Ul,l Fort St. Joseph, 2805 
McCracken, S. B. 
City of Detroit, 2806 
Lake gems of Oakland, 2587 
Laws in force in county of Wayne, 2807, 

2808 
License movement, 2809 
Manual of Wayne co. affairs, 2810 
Mich, and centennial, 2811 
Michigan. Constitution: Constitution, 
3303 

political handbook, 2812 

political manual, 2813 

'■ — voter's guide, 2814 

Protest against sectarianism in univer- 
sity, 281 S 
Religion in university, 2816 
State of Mich., 2817 
Sunday laws, 2818 

Working digest of registration and elec- 
tion laws, 2819, 2820 
Working edition of Mich, election law, 
2821-2825 
- T 



Map of Town of Mich., 7735 
McCreary, O. 
Adams: Ecological survey [for papers 
byl, 6, 7 
McCue, C. A. 

Spraving for potato blight, 2826 
McCulioch, H. D. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on elections: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred petition 
contesting seat of P. McKinley, 4048 
McCully, G. 

Burton: E. Douglass and his times, a 
fragment of history with journal of G. 
McCully, 522 

McCurdy, H. 

A.l.lress, 2827 

McDonald, sec Bayley vs. McDonald 
McDowell, J. C. 

Farming on cut-over lands, 2828 

McFarlane, C. T. 

Geography of Mich., 2829 

McFarren, A. 

Controversy between and Bishop 
M'Coskry, 779 



288 



INDEX 



McGILL, C. W. 

Laws of Mich., 2830 

Mich, laws made plain, 2831 
, J. and A. 

Askin: Invoice book, 8222 

: Mss., 8037 

McGillivray, J. H. 

Michigan. Game, fish and forestry dept. 
Mich, forest scouts, 3555 



What Mich, is doing, 3556 
McGrane, R. C. 

Evolution of Ohio-Erie boundary, 2832 
McGrath, John W. 

Mandamus cases decided in Supreme 
court, 2833 
• , Joseph M. 

Memorial day at Corunna, 2834 
McGraw, T., and co. 

Mss., 8159, 8160, 8161, 8162, 8167 
McGregor, M. 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Mich, 
corporation law, 3846 
Mcllvaine, C. M. 

Hubbard: Autobiography, 2248 

Mclnnes, D. 

Detroit and Milwaukee railroad co.: 
Mortgage, 1412 

McKeen, S. D. 

Lapeer county. Grand jury: Resolution 
relative to conduct, 2679 

McKenney, T. L. 

vSketches of tour to lakes, 2835 

McKenzie, see Graham and McKenzie 

McKinley, P. 

Johnson: Memorial for relief, 2418 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on elections: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred petition 
of H. D. McCulloch contesting seat, 
4048 
McKinney, James P. 

Industrial advantages of Detroit, 2836 
, John 

Michigan. Legislature. Joint committee: 
Report of committee to investigate 
treasury dept. and official acts of 
treasurer, 4414 

_ _ Senate. Com- 
mittee on finance: Report relative to 
memorial of A. R. Burr praying to be 
released from liability as one of sureties 
on bond of, 4473 

McKinnie, A. 

Preliminary report of eugenic survey, 2837 

McKinstry, D. C. 

Michigan. Board of internal improve- 
ment: Communication from J. B. 
Hunt relative to contract, 3182 

McKnight, C. 

( )ur western border, 2838 

McKone, W. J. 

Mich, state and local government, 2839- 
2842 



Mclaughlin, allen j. 

Sewage pollution of interstate and inter- 
national waters, 2843 
, Andrew C. 

Elements of civil government of Mich., 
2844 

Hackley public library: Dedication; ad- 
dress of, 2006 

History of higher education in Mich., 
2845 

Influence of Gov. Cass, 2846 

Lewis Cass, 2847-2851 

Western posts, 2852 
-, Col. J. H. 



Biographical sketch, 372 

-, J. R. 



Michigan. Legislature: Shall convicts 

be imported, 3966 
McLean, C. B. 
Notes, 8454 
McMillan, J. 

Detroit tribune: [New vear's greetings], 

1489 
J. McMillan, 2379 
Michigan. Legislature: In memory, 

3948 
U. S. 57th Cong., 2d sess.:^ J. McMillan; 

memorial addresses, 6647 , 

Sketch 'of life,' 6251 
McMurray, W. 

Phillips: Rare map of Northwest, 5731 

U. S. according to definitive treaty of 
peace. 1783, 7116 
McNeil, H. E., see Van Djd^e and McNeil 
M. A. C. recorti, 2853 
Macauley bros. 

Road map giving all favorite runs out of 
Detroit, 8000 
Maccabees, Knights of, see Knights of the 

Maccabees 
, Ladies of, see Ladies of the Mac- 
cabees 
MacClure, T. R. 

State board of health, 2854 
MacDonald, C. E. 

Message from hills, 2855 
, J. H. 

Michigan. Legislature: Memorial, 3956 
Maclver, J. K. 

Detroit. Board of trade: Annual report, 
1023 
Mack, S. 

Account with Mack and Sibley, 8455 
and Sibley 

Account with S. Mack, 8456 
Mackey, R. J. 

Road map, 8008 

Mackinac City co. 

Title to lands, 2856 

Mackinac 

Arundel: Motor boat boys, 158 
Bailey: Mackinac, formerly Michili- 

miackinac, 173-178 
[Bramhall]: In summer days, 432 
Brown: Two missionary priests at, 465 



INDEX 



289 



MACKINAC— Continued 

Cailurwi 111: Mackinac and lake stories, 

617 

: White islander, 621 

Childs: Marquette, Mackinac Island 

and Soo, 669 
Conference of the American peace cen- 
tenary committee 

Ferris: Address as temporary chair- 
man, 1684 
Cook: Mackinaw in histor>'; a critique, 

805 
DePeyster: Miscellanies, 949 
Detroit. Ste. Anne's church. Exterior 

parishes: Registre, 8330 
Disturnell: Island of Mackinac, 1524 
Donan: Mackinac Island, 1534 
Foster and Reynolds: Standard guide, 

1738 
Fox: Betty of Old Mackinaw, 1742 
Frazier: Sunset at Mackinac, 1752 
Gardiner: Mackinac Island, the ancient 

Michilimackinac, 1784, 1785 
[Gilbert]: Devil's kitchen, 1806 
Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad co. : 

Mackinac, 1940 
Groverr Brief history of Les Cheneaux 

Islands; some new chapters of Macki- 
nac histon*-, 1996 
Hcnn,-: Narrative of captivity, 2107 
Inglis': Northern Mich., 2299' 
[Ingram]: Three on a tour, 2300 
Jenks: Patrick Sinclair, 2397 
Kane: Myths and legends, 2464 
Kellogg: Capture of Ivlackinac, 2496 
Kelton: Annals of Fort Mackinac, 2500- 

2513 
Lake tours to, see Detroit and Cleveland 

steam navigation co. 
Mackinac Island, 2857 
Map of island of Mackinac, by J. Dis- 
turnell, 7877 
Michigan central railroad co. : Fair>' isle 

of Mackinac, 5376 
. : In summer 

days, 5382 
. : Mackinac 

Island, 5378 

Historical commission: Names 



of places of interest, 3800 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on elections: Report in relation 
to, 4049 

Newton: Mackinac Island and Sault 
Ste. Marie, 5541 

Page: Legendary lore, 5624 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5763 

Powell: Historic towns of western states, 

5858 

[Reynolds] : Standard guide, 5958 
[Richards] : Fair}' isle of Mackinac, 5969 
Robinson: History of Cheboygan and 

Mackinac cos., 5992 
Shields: Rustlings in rockies, 6235 
Standard guide, 6375 
37 



MACKINAC— Continued 

[Suang]: Ancient and modem Michili- 
mackinac, 6426-6428 

Thwaites: How G. R. Clark won North- 
west, 6535 

: Story- of Mackinac, 6536 

[Troop]: Blackbird, 6585 

[Tuttle]: Conversations on Mackinaw 
and Green Bay Indian missions, 6609 

Van Fleet: Old and new Mackinac, 6739- 
6741 

" : Summer resorts of Mackinaw 

region, 6742 

Ware: Centennial history of Cheboygan 
CO., 6800 

Williams: Early Mackinac, 6947-6950 

: Early Protestant mission on 

Mackinac Island, 6951, 6952 

Old mission church of Macki- 



nac Island, 6953 

Woolson: Anne, 7036, 7037 

See also Mackinac Island state park 
commission; Old Mackinaw 

county 



City of St. Ignace and, 682 
Map, by H. C. Thompson, 7442 
Robinson: History, 5992 

Island, Mich., 2857 

state park 



Board of commissioners 
Report, 2858 

Michigan. Historical Commission: L. 
Cass day on Mackinac Island, 3802 

. : Nico- 

let day, 3801 

store 

Henrys : Journal, 8413 
: Ledger, 8416 

-, Straits of 



North end of Lake Mich., by U. S. War 
dept., 7900 

Straits of Mackinac, by U. S. War dept., 
7975-7977 

Mackinaw City 

[Conkling]: Exposition of Mackinaw 
City, 770, 771 

Mansfield: Exposition of natural posi- 
tion of Mackinaw City, 2875 

[Map of] Mackinaw City, by R. C. 

Phillips, 7742 
Polk & CO.: Directory', 5763, 5765 

Mackintosh, J. W. 

U. S. Circuit court. Eastern district of 
Mich.: John W. Mackintosh vs. Flint 
and Pere Marquette railroad co., 6630 

Macleod, W. N. 

^lichigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on education: Report relative 
to plan for international literary' ex- 
change, 4020 

MacNaul, W. C. 

Jcfferson-Lemen compact, 2859 



290 



INDEX 



MACOMB, A. 

Daughters of 1812. Michigan: Programme 

for bronze statue, 922 
Letter to the governor, 2860 
Pontiac, 2861 

and Saginaw railroad co. 

An act to incorporate, 2862 
county 



X. 



Bank 

Report, 2863 
Eldredge: Past and present, 1583 
Farm journal directory, 16-46 
History, 2160 
Lenox township. Records 

Mss., 8165 
Lowell: Bench and bar of, 2773 
Map, by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7518 
of COS. of Macomb and St. Clair, by 

Geil and Jones, 7520 

— ] Wayne co. and part of Oakland 



and Macomb, by S. Farmer & co., 7601 
— ] Wayne and parts of Washtenaw, 



Oakland and Macomb cos., by H. P. 
Strong, 7602 

Michigan. Governor: Message trans- 
mitting papers relative to Bank of 
Macomb co., 3606 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on banks: Report of committee 
to investigate affairs and condition of 
Bank of Macomb co., 3982 

Senate. Com- 



mittee on state affairs: Report on bill 
to provide for re-locating county seat, 
4680 
Ogle & CO.: Standard atlas, 7519 
Macy and Driggs 

Map of Lansing and adjoining towns, 7736 

Maes, C. P. 

History of Catholic church in Monroe city 
and CO., 286-1 

Magazines, see Periodicals 

Magilton, A. L. 

Map of St. Mary's River, 7990 

Magnetic spring 

St. Louis magnetic spring, 6118 

Mahogany trees 

Widdicomb: The mahogany tree, 6922 

Mail 

[Map showing m^ail routes in Upper 
Peninsula], 8024 

Michigan. Board of internal improve- 
ment: Report in relation to mail con- 
tracts, 3194 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report of 
committee to whom was referred pro- 
ceedings of meeting in favor of over- 
land mail from St. Paul to Puget Sound, 
4232 

. State association of rural 



letter carriers: Constitution, 4854 
National association letter carriers. . De- 
troit branch no. 1 : Program, annual 
entertainment, 5523 



MAIL — Continued 

Rural mail directory co. : Directory of 
rural free mail delivery, Kent co., 6045 

See also U. vS. Postoffice dept. 
Maine. Dept. of state 

Communications relative to exchange of 
documents, 2865 
liquor law 

Chippeway Indians: Memorial, 673 

Smart: Funeral sermon, 6260 

See also Liquor ; Prohibition ; Temperance 
Maley, H. C. 

Atlas of Kalamazoo co., 7489 
Malloch, D. 

Tote-road and trail, 2866 
Mancelona 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5763 
Manchester 

Pray: Washtenaw co. directory, 5866 

Wendell directory co.: Washtenaw co. 
directory, 6861 
Mandamus 

McGrath: Mandamus cases decided in 
Supreme court, 2833 
Manhatten banking co. 

Account [book], 8457 

Manistee 

Board of education 

Announcement of high school, 2867 
police and fire commissioners 

Annual report, 2868 
Centennial almanac, 2873 
Charter, 2869 
Daily news 

Salt city of the inland seas, 2874 
Directories 

Hulbert and Faulkner : Manistee city 
and CO. directory, 2262 

O'Malley: Manistee city and co. di- 
rectory, 5605 
Michigan. Historical commission: Prize 

essays, 3803 
Officers, boards, 2870 
Ordinances, 2871 
Public library 

Annual report, 2872 
Smith: Full and complete description 

of Centennial celebration, 6265 
county 



History, 2161 

Hulbert and Faulkner: Manistee city 
and CO. directory, 2262 

O'Malley: Manistee city and co. direc- 
tory, 5605 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5777 

[Swigart]: Tract, 6445 
Harbor 



[Map of] Manistee Harbor, by U. S. War 

dept., 7944 
Poe: Annual report upon improvement 

of certain rivers and harbors, 5752 
U. S. Engineer dept.: Manistee Harbor, 

6668 
Manistique Harbor 

[Map of] Manisticiue Harbor, by U. .S. 

War dept., 7945 



INDEX 



291 



MANITOU ISLAND 

L\ asl chiirt iu>. 3, Lake Superior, bv U. S. 

War dept., 7924 
no. 8, Lake Mich., by U. S. 

War dept., 7908 
Copper Harbor, Manitou Island and Pt. 

Kewaiwona, by T. S. Thompson, 7936 
Northeast end of Lake Mich., bv U. S 

War dept., 7899 

Passage 



[Map of] Manitou Passage, by U. S. War 
dept., 7907 

Mann, C. W. 

Uld Xorth-west leaflets, 5594 

Mansfield, E. D. 

Exposition of natural position of Macki- 
naw City, 2875 

Mansfield 

Polk & CO. : Directory, 5763 
Mansion, J. E. 

Twcqueville: Quinze jours au desert, 6551 
Mante, T. 

Histor>' of late war, 2876 
Manton 

Polk & CO.: Director^', 5763 
Manual arts 

Detroit. Public library: Manual arts 
selected list of books, 1316 
Manual, Mich., see Michigan. Manual 
training 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction 
Manual training forms, 3404 



Manual training, 3405 



Manual training in rural schools, 3406 



Suggestions for, 3444 

Warriner: All-day trades school, 6805 

See also Education; Vocational training 
Manufacturing 

Baker: City of Grand Rapids, manu- 
facturing advantages, 201 

Bates: History, commercial advantages 
and future prospects of Saginaws; 
population, manufacturing, 243 

Bay City. Chamber of commerce: An- 
nual review, 268 

Carton : Extract from address on rela- 
tionship between agriculture and manu- 
facturing, 586 

Michigan. Manufacturers' association: 
Members of the association and what 
they manufacture, 4769 

manufacturer and financial 

record: Made in Mich., 5407 

[Stebbins]: Western farms and factories- 
protection of industr>', 6389 

U. S. Bureau of the census: Census of 
manufactures, 6624 

Upper Peninsula development bureau: 
Manufactures and water power, 6726 



MANUFACTURING— Continued 

See also Lumbering; Michigan. Census; 
Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on agriculture and manufac- 
tures; Michigan. Legislature. House. 
Committee on manufactures 

— ■_ and mercantile corporations 

Michigan. Laws, staluics, cic: Law 
governing, 3905 

Manuscripts from Burton historical col- 

k'Ction, 2877 

Manuscripts 
Abbott, J. 

Mss., 8040 
Adams, C. S., estate 

Land book, 8206 
Aetna base ball association 

Record book, 8207 
Albright, E. F. 

[Reminiscences of Detroit], 8208 
Alexander, C. T. 

Letter book, 8209 

, — • — . and Paddock, L. H. 

Journal, 8210 
Allegan land co. 

Sales book, 8211 
Amboy, Lansing and Traverse Bay rail- 
road 

Freight delivery book, 8212 

Journal, 8213 ' 

Letter book, 8214 
Anderson, E. 

Cash book, 8215 

. J- 

Mss., 8114 
Askin, C. 

Diarj' and memoranda, 8216 
, C. and J. 

Day book, 8217 

Ledgers, 8218 
-.J. 



Account book, 8219 

Bill book, 8220 

Inventory book, 8221 

Invoice book, 8222 

Journals, 8223 

Ledgers, 8224 

Letter book, 8225 

Mss., 8037, 8129, 8130 

Memorandum book, 8226 
At wood, Messrs., and co. 

Mss., 8202 
Austin, F. G. 

As trustee in bankruptcy of C. Currie 
& CO., 8227 
Backus, M. 

Claim book, 8228 
, W. W. 

Mss., 8053 

Baker, H. W. 

vs. barges "Tycoon" and "Mikado". 
8229 

Baldwin and Silsby 
Journal, 8230 
Ledger, 8231 



292 



INDEX 



MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 

Bank of Michigan 

Letter book, 8232 
Barnes, L. S. L. V 

Memorandum book, 8233 
Barstow and Lockwood 

Cash book, 8234 

Letter books, 8235 
Barthe, J. B., & co. 

Ledger, 8236 

Sales book, 8237 
Batchewanung land and mining co. 

Certificate stub-book, 8238 

Record book, 8239 
Bates, Walker and Douglass 

Mss., 8 ins 
Beaubien, J. B. 

Ledgers, 8240 
Begole, J. W. 

[Mss.], 8241 
Berrien county 

[Papers relating to transfer of land in 
Berrien, Ionia and Ottawa cos.], 8242 
Biddeford, Mass. 

Mss. from, 8149 
Bissell, C. L., & co. 

Mss., 8060, 8100, 8102, 8111 
, M. E. 

Mss., 8243 
Blesch, A. F. 

Contract, 8244 
Bradish, A. 

Mss., 8197 
Brady & co. 

Bank books, 8245 

Check stub-books, 8246 

Index book, 8247 

Journal, 8248 

Letter book, 8249 

Sales book, 8250 
Breitmever, P. 

Mss., 8169, 8190 
Bridgeton, Me. 

Mss. from, 8194 
British museum 

French-Indian war, 8251 
Brooks, Rev. C. 

Mss., 8163 
Browning, F. P. 

Cash book, 8252 

Day books, 8253 

Journals, 8254 

Ledgers, 8255 
Buck, A. 

Cash book, 8256 
Burnham, J. K. 

Vs. Interstate casualty co., 8257 
Burton, C. M. 

[Chronological notes on U. S. history], 
8258 

[Court and other records], 8259 

Detroit, 1814-60, 8260 

[ in 1825-27], 8261 

[ 1833-35], 8262 

[ 1835-37], 8263 

1836, 8264 



MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 

1842-43], 8265 



1843-45], 8266 

1844-45], 8267 

1849], 8268 

1850-54], 8269 

1900], 8270 

Diary of Detroit, 8271 

Journal of trip in 1904, 8272 

Mss., 8129, 8170, 8191 

Protestant orphan asvlum of Detroit, 
8273 

Shandean club, 8274 
Button, W. and F. 

Mss., 8152 
Buxton, Mrs. J. E. 

Bank book, 8275 
Campau family 

Mss., 8074, 8077, 8145 
Cadillac, A. de la M. 

[Contract], 8276 

[Order to Sieur D'Argenteuil], 8277 
Cadillac mss. 

Archives judiciaires Quebec, 8278 

[Records from French archives], 8279 

[Records relating to Cadillac], 8280 
Campbell, J. V. 

[Mss.], 8281 
Canada. Archives 

[Records relating to Detroit], 8282 
. Custom house 

Report outwards of cargo of Lady 
Elgin, 8283 
Canfield, G. L. 

[Admiralty notes], 8284 

Case books, 8285 

Check stub-book, 8286 

Diaries, 8287 
Case, W. 

Journal, 8288 
Cass, L. 

To J. C. Calhoun, 8289 

[Mss.], 8290 
Celoron [Celeron], P. J. 

[Journal of expedition to Ohio], 8291 
Champhn, C. 

Mss., 8171 
Chapin, J. H. 

[Autographs], 8292 
Cheeseborough, Mrs. A. T. 

Index book, 8293 

Journal, 8294 

Ledger, 8295 
Cicotte, E. V. 

Reminiscences, 8296 

City of Toledo 
Ledger, 8297 

Clark, J. 

Account, 8298 
Mss., 8187 

Connor, L. 

Camera notes on Muskegon and Mil- 
waukee, 8299 

Cooper, D. 

Note book, 8300 



INDEX 



293 



MANUSCRIPTS Continued 
Cupper Creek mining cu. 

Receipt stub-book, 8301 
Copway, G. 

Pa-mah-duk kc-ne-bood, 8302 
Crittenden, R. L. 

Old age pensions, 8303 
Dartmoutli, Town of 

Mss., 8171 
Deeds, collection of, 8164 
Dennett, G. 
Mss., 8203 
Detroit 

Christ church 

Pew record, 8304 
Citizens 

(Petition that application of Gas 
light CO. for increase of capital 
stock be granted], 8305 
(Report of] meeting to express con- 
demnation of action granting De- 
troit railway co. extension of time 
for franchise, 8306 

educational committee 

(Correspondence and printed material 
in reference to proposed legislation 
for government of schools], 8307 
Colonial records, 8308 
Commandant 

Commission to J. Pouget, 8309 

as justice of peace to T. 

Williams, 8310 
Common council 

Index to proceedings, 8311 
Special committee on wavs and 
means: Report, 8312 
Congress St. M. E. church. Trustees 

Deed, 8313 
Detroit and Erin plank road co. 
Journals, 8338 

Howell plank road co. 

Toumal, 8339 
"Toll book, 8340 
Transfer book, 8341 
Lake St. Clair plank road 

CO. 

Cash book. 8342 

Milwaukee railroad co. 



Cash book, 8343 

Dian,-, 8344 

Letter book, 8345 
Electric railway co. 

Record book, 8314 
Elmwood cemetery 

Register of interments, 8315 
Fire and marine insurance co. 

Insurance book, 8316 
First Presbyterian church 

Records, 8317 
Mercantile society 

[Papers relating to erection of cham- 
ber of commerce], 8318 
National bank 

Signature book, 8319 
Plumbers' supply co. 

Certificate stub-book, 8320 



MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 
Check stub-books, 8321 
Contract book, 8322 
Dav book, 8323 
Order book, 8324 
Record book, 8325 
Work book, 8326 
Ste. Anne's church 
Accounts kept by E. Dubois, 8327 
Exterior parishes 
Registre, 8330 
Registre, 8328 
Some substitutes for lost records, 

8329 
Trustees : Livre des assemblies, 8331 
St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal church 

Records, 8332 
Savings bank 

Bank statements, 8333 
Vs. W. Truesdail et al., 8334, 8335 
Tennis club 

Bank books, 8336 
Woodmere cemetery. Jewish section 
Record, 8337 
Doran, W. T. 

Brief sketch of University of Detroit, 
8346 
Doty, E. 

Memorandum book, 8347 
Drake, S. A. 
Mss., 8129 
Draper mss., 8348 
Duffield, B. 

Check stub-books, 8349-8351 
Diaries, 8352 
Letter book, 8353 

, D. B. 

Bank books, 8354 
Claim book, 8355 
Daily journals, 8356 
Dav books, 8357 
Dia'rics, 8358 
Journals, 8359 
Ledger, 8360 
Letter books, 8361 
Letters to, 8362, 8363 
Memoranda note books, 8364 
Notes of testimonv in court cases, 8365 
, D. B. and Duffield, H. M. 



Claim books, 8366 
Journals, 8367 
Ledgers, 8368 
Letter books, 8369 
-. G. 



Bank book, 8370, 8371 
and Duffield 



Check stub-books, 8372 
Journal, 8373 
Letter books, 8374 
mss. 



Address book, 8375 
Catalogue of law books, 8376 
Ledger, 8377, 8378 
Dumont, E. 

Official report of Battle of Lebanon, 
Tenn., 8379 



294 



INDEX 



MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 

Dunham, L. 

Superior court of Grand Rapids, 8380 
Dwight, A. A. 

Township plats in Huron, Sanilac, 
Lapeer and St. Clair cos., 8381 
Eberts, R. M. 
Mss., 8055 
Elliott, R. R. 

Comments on memoir, 8382 
Im.migration register, 8383, 8384 
Journal, 8385 
Letter books, 8386 
Elsworth, R. H. 

Mss. notes, newspaper files and clip- 
pings, 8387 
Wayside notes. Mason co., 8388 
Emmons, A. and H. H. 
Letter books, 8389 
Mss., 8054 

, H. H. 

Journal, 8390 
Letter books, 8391 

Mss., 8041, 8047, 8052, 8054, 8057, 
8059, 8064, 8068, 8073, 8075, 8076, 
8078, 8080, 8082, 8084, 8086, 8088, 
8090, 8092. 8094, 8096, 8105 
-, J. P. C. 



Mss., 8041, 8043, 8064, 8068, 8073, 
8075, 8076, 8078, 8080, 8082, 8084, 
8094, 8096 

and Jones 



Daily journal, 8392 

Mss., 8041, 8073 
Evangelical observer 

Ledger, 8393 
Farmer, S. 

[Biographical data for history of De- 
troit], 8394 

Mss., 8186 
Farnsworth, B. S. 

Memorandum book, 8395 

Scrapbooks, 8396 
Felch, A. 

Mss., 8153, 8154 
Fletcher, J. 

Plat of tract of land, 8397 

[Foster, J.] 

Capitulation, or history of expedition 
by W. Hull, 8398 

Eraser, A. D. 
Mss., 8063, 8131 

Executors' account book, 8399 
and Gates 



MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 

Gibson, J. 

Mss., 8118 
Godfrov family 

Mss.^ 8049 
Goodale, H. J. 

Survey of Fort St., 8405 
Graham and McKenzie 

Journal "B", 8406 

Ledger "B", 8407 
Grav, W. T- 

Mss., 8059 
Haigh, H. 

Ledger, 8408 
Hamtramck, J. 

Power of attorney to S. Sibley, 8409 
Hamtramck. Street railway 

Record book, 8410 
Harper's hospital 

Mss., 8155 
Harrow family 

Mss., 8411 
Henry, D. F. 

Mss., 8160, 8193 

,J- 

Beef journal, 8412 
Invoice books, 8413 
Journal of Mackinac store, 8414 
Journals, 8415 

Ledger of Mackinac store, 8416 
Ledgers, 8417 
Letter book, 8418 
Mss., 8173 

Memoranda books, 8419 
Tannery bark book, 8420 
Tannery hide books, 8421 
Tannery journals, 8422 
Tannery ledgers, 8423 
-, — ., and CO. 



Letter books, 8400 
Frink, Mrs. B. 

Reminiscences, 8401 
Frue, Mrs. H. L. 

Investment books, 8402 
Gerrish, J. 

Journa'l, 8403 

Gibbons, R. 

Addresses and letters prepared for 
delivery or the press, 8404 



Account of beef cattle, 8424 
S. C] 



Tannery journal, 8425 
Hicks, P., & CO. 

Ledger, 8426 
Hingham, Mass. 

Mss. relating to affairs in, 8179 
Holbrook, D. C. 

Mss., 8196, 8198 
Howard, Jacob M. 

Mss., 8055, 8106 
, Joshua 

Mss., 8427 
and Toms 



Mss., 8083 
Hunt, J. 

Mss., 8055 
Hurlbut, C. (steamer) 

Logbook, 8428 

Hubbard, B. 
Mss., 8119 

, R. J. 

Mss., 8119 
. T. H. 



Mss., 8119 

and King 

Mss., 8121, 8123 



INDEX 



295 



MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 

IiKiiaiui t'lV-r. ) Governor 
Proclamation for organization of Wayne 
CO., 8429 
Invitations, programs and literature by 

railroad and steamship co., 8112 
Irish relief committee. Michigan 

Record book, 8430 
Jackson, C. 

iMss., 8113 
, W. H. 

Mss., 8053 
JefTerson, T. 

Reply to speech of Indians concerning 
promises made at Treaty of Green- 
ville, 8431 
Johnson, W. M. 

Mss.. 8115, 8116, 8119, 8121, 8123 
Joy. J. F. 

Mss., 8136, 8138, 8139, 8143, 8144 
Kean, R. 

Petition, 8432 
Kercheval, B. B., estate 

Bank book, 8433 
Lansing and Howell plank road co. 

Account book, 8434 

Certificate stub-book, 8435 

Ledger, 8436 

Record book, 8437 

Transfer book, 8438 
LaPlant, A., estate 

Bank book, 8439 

Sales book, 8440 
Lamed, C, G. B. and S. 

Mss., 8070, 8072 
, S. 

Journal, 8441 

Ledgers, 8442 
and Ward 



Letter books, 8443 
Lenox township. Macomb co. 

Mss., 8165 
Lockwood and Clarke 

Mss., 8046 
Loskiel, G. H. 

Extempore on wagon, 8444 
Lossing, B. J. 

Mss., 8195 

[Papers representing material used in 
histories and biographies], 8445 
Lothrop and Duffield 

Bill book, 8446 

Claim books, 8447 

Ledger, 8448 

Letter books, 8449 
Ludden, N. T. 

Journal, 8450 
Lunt, M. C. 

Extracts — poetry and prose, 8451 

Poems, 8452 
McCoskrv, W. 

Day books, 8453 
McGraw, T., & co. 

Mss., 8160, 8161, 8162 
McLean, C. B. 

Notes, 8454 



MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 
Mack, 8. 

Account with Mack and Sibley, 8455 
Mack and Sibley 

Account with S. Mack, 8456 
Manhattan banking co. 

Account [book], 8457 
Margry, P. 

Copies of papers relating to Cadillac. 
8458 

Marietta. Relief committee 

[Letters and telegram relating to burned 
district], 8459 

Martin, H. R. 

Cash book, 8460 

Journal, 8461 

Sales of goods after taking inventory. 
8462 
and Curry 

Journals, 8463 

Ledgers, 8464 

Mason, J. 
Mss., 8127 

May, J. 

Mss., 8075, 8131 

Mavbury, W. C. 
Mss., 8189 

Maynard, Meddaugh and Davison 
Mss., 8132 

Mayne, T. 

Deposition concerning abduction of T. 
Raynor, 8465 

Miamis co. 

In account with J. Askin, 8466 
Journals, 8467 
Michigan 

Bond and mortgage co. 

Certificate stub-book, 8480 
College of medicine 

Certificate stub-book, 8481 
Commission of inquiry into minimum 
wage for women 
[Report], 8468 
Dental association 

Record book, 8469 
University 
Harris hall 

Check stub-books, 8470 
Law dept. 

Lecture course on international 
law, 8471 
Monroe brancli 

Report of principal, 8472 

(Ter.) 

Cavalry 

Muster roll, 8473 
Citizens 

Resolutions for change of govern- 
ment, 8474 
Governor 

Bank Book, 8475 

[Inquiry regarding permission to 
people of Detroit to cut timber], 
8476 



296 



INDEX 



MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 

1 Proclamation [of power of Congress 

to disapprove laws adopted by gov- 
ernor and judges], 8477 
Laws, statutes, etc. 

Act making certain appropriations, 
8478 
Supreme court 

Presentment of grand jury, 8479 
Miller, S. D. 

Account book, 8482 
Agency book, 8483 
Cash book, 8484 
Journals, 8485 
Ledgers, 8486 
Letter books, 8487 
Letters to, 8488 

Mss., 8116 
g 'p_ 

Check stub-books, 8489 

Diarv, 8490 
Miscellaneous mss., 8048, 8062, 8117, 

8122, 8126, 8172, 8174, 8176, 8180, 

8182, 8184, 8199, 8201 
Mitchell and Newell 

Journal, 8491 
Mizner, H. R. 

Mss., 8492 
Monroe, W. 

Mss., 8157 
Montreal. Notarial archives 

[Records], 8493 

Moore, W. A. 

Bank book, 8494 

Check stub-book, 8495 

Letter book, 8496 
and Blackmar 

Ledger, 8497 
, Canfield and Warner 



Rent book, 8498 
and Griffin 



Claim book, 8499 

Letter books, 8500 

Receipts and disbursements, 8501 
Munroe (Monroe) — Burton genealogy 

Mss. relating to, 8050 
New England society. Michigan 

Record book, 8502 

New York and Mich, lumber co. Detroit 
agency 

Journal, 8503 
Northwest Territory 

Laws, 8504 
Northwestern mining co. of Detroit 

Certificate book, 8505 
Norton, J. 

Mss., 8107 
O'Flynn C. 

[Abstract of titles to land in Detroit], 
8506 

Mss., 8166 
P. F. U. rubber co. 

Certificate stub-book, 8507 

Letter book, 8508 



MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 

Palmer, T. 

Mss., 8153 
family 

Mss., 8200 
Pilcher, E. H. 

[Record of] marriage certificates, 8509 
Pine Lake (steamer) 

Logbook, 8510 
Pingree, Mrs. F. A. 

Scrap books, 8511 
 , H. S. 

Scrapbooks, 8512 
Plessis, J. O. 

Extract from journal of pastoral visi- 
tation, 8513 
Ploughboy (steamer) 

Account book, 8514 
Pontiac mss., 8515 
mill CO. 

Accounts, 8516 
Porter, F. B. 

Mss., 8517 
Post, H. 

Scrapbook of Wayne co. circuit court 
reports, 8518 
Potawatomi Indians 

Deeds, 8519 
Prentis, T- 

Mss., 8056 
Procter, H. 

Regulations of civil government of 
Territory of Mich., 8520 
Protestant Episcopal church. Diocese of 
Michigan 

Letter book, 8521 
• orphan asylum 

Register of transactions of Female 
benevolent society, 8522 

Randall, C. C. 
Day book, 8523 

Reid, J. (tugboat) 

Logbook, 8524 
wrecking co. vs. schooners "C. G. 

King" and "Donaldson", 8525 

Rice and Meeker 
Mss., 8133 

Richard, G. 

Circular letter soliciting assistance in 
rebuilding parish church of Ste. 
Anne, 8526 
Draft of resolutions for formation of 
Society of Catholic schools in Mich. 
Territory, 8527 

Rivard family 

Mss., 8039 
Romevn, T. 

Mss., 8046, 8061, 8075 
Root, C, and co. 

Mss., 8110 

Ross, R. B. 

Old-time fun, 8528 

Ryan and Bourke 
Sales book, 8529 



INDEX 



297 



MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 
St. Marv's hospital 

Mss.,'8155 

Register of co. patients, 8530 
— . River improvement co. 

Survey of aqucdiut at village of St. 
Mary. 8531 
Sanders, R. 

Mss.. 8150 
Sandwich, Ont. Assumption church 

Livre de comptes de la fabrique, 8532 

Registre de la paroisse, 8533 
Sargent, W. 

Proclamation for organization of 
Wa\-ne co., 8534 
Sault Ste. Marie. Revenue office 

Mss. from. 8139, 8140 
Scott, W. McD. 

Ledger, 8535 
Services at funeral of L. T. Hemans, 8536 
Sibley, E. S. 

Mss., 8178, 8181, 8183, 8185 
, H. S. 

Letter books, 8537 
-. S. 



Cash book, 8538 

Mss., 8173, 8175 

Note book, 8539 
Smith, James C. 

Check stub-book, 8540 
, Joshua 

Journal in America, 8541 
Society of the army of the Tennessee 

Press headquarters register, 8542 
Toms, R. P. 

Mss., 8058, 8069, 8071, 8079, 8081, 
8083, 8085, 8087, 8089, 8091, 8093, 
8095, 8097, 8099, 8124, 8192 
Trowbridge, C. C. 

Cash books, 8543 

Check stub-books, 8544, 8545 

Expense books, 8546 

Inventorv" books, 8547 

Land book re Allegan adventure, 8548 

Ledger, 8549 

Letter books, 8550, 8551 

Mss., 8107, 8108, 8109, 8010, 8158, 8197 
, — . — ., estate 

Check stub-book, 8552 

Inventon,' book, 8553 

Investment ledger, 8554 

Journal, 8555 
-, L. S. 



Mss., 8188, 8204 
Truesdail, W. 
Journal. 8556 
Ledger, 8557 

Tuttle, C. 
Journal, 8558 

United States 

Army. Commissary dept. 
Detroit 

Bakehouse accounts, 8560 
Ledger of contractor's agent, 8561 
Letter book of J. Henr\', 8562 
Stock account books, 8563 



MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 

Ledger for supjilies, 8559 
Mackinac 

Inventory of rations, 8564 
Attorney. ^Iichigan district 
Docket of causes, 8565 
Letter books, 8566, 8567 
Bureau of the census 

[Census rolls of Mich. Territory], 
8568 
Circuit court. Michigan. Eastern dis- 
trict 
Term docket for Judge Wilkins, 8569 
Congress. Committee on government 
of western territory 
Report, 8570 
Custom house 
Detroit 

Cash book, 8571 
Day books, 8572 
Impost book, 8573 
Journal, 8574 
Ledger, 8575 
Mackinac 

Journals, 8576 
Ledgers, 8577 
General hospitals. Detroit 

Prescriptions for sick and wounded 

at Harper hospital, 8578 
Letter book, 8579 
Register of discharges, St. Mary's, 

8580 
Register of furloughs at St. Mary's, 
8581 

Land office 
Records, 8582 

Marshal. Michigan 

Account book for U. S. causes in cir- 
cuit and district courts, 8583 
Eastern district 

Account book for causes in bank- 
ruptcy, 8584 
Cash book, 8585 
Docket of causes for service of 

writs, 8586 
Docket of causes for service of 

commissioner's warrants, 8587 
Letter books, 8588 
Huron and Detroit district 

Account with Wm. McDowell 
Scott, 8589 

President 

Commission to S. Sibley, 8591 

Secretary of state 

Passport to G. Duffield, 8592 

Superintendent of Indian affairs. 
Michigan 
Record book of licenses to traders, 
8590 

Van Dyke and Emmons 
Claim book, 8593 
Journal, 8594 
Letter books, 8595 

Mss., 8041, 8057, 8068, 8073, 8080, 
8090, 8094, 8096 



298 



INDEX 



MANUSCRIPTS— Continued 

and McNeil 

Ledger, 8596 
Van Husan, C. 

Check stub-books^ 8597, 8598 

Letter book, 8599 
, C, estate 

Letter book, 8600 
Wads worth, Wm. and Wed worth 

Mss., 8177 
Ward, J. 

Mss., 8134, 8137, 8144, 8146 
and Palmer 

Mss., 8134, 8137, 8145, 8146 
Wayne co. 

Bible stud}' 

Record books, 8601 

Clerk 

Marriage affidavits, 8602 

Justice of the peace 

Docket of causes, 8603, 8604 

Medical society 
Record book, 8605 

Northwest Territory 
County tax, 8606 
Justice of the peace 
Docket of causes, 8607 

[Records, etc.], 8005 
Wendell, E. 

Mss., 8205  ' 

Wilkins, R. 

Mss., 8065, 8098, 8101, 8103 
Wilkinson and Post 

Mss., 8159, 8162, 8167, 8168 
Williams, J. M. 

Cargo book, 8608 

, J. R. 

Account book, 8609 

Cash book, 8610 

Daybooks, 8611 

Ledgers, 8612 

Letter book, 8613 

Mss., 8038, 8118, 8125, 8128, 8148, 

8151, 8156 
Sales book, 8614 

Check stub-book, 8615 
,T. 

Daybooks, 8616 

Ledgers, 8617 

Mss., 8147, 8156 
Willmarth, H. 

Memorandum books, 8618 
Winder, J. 

Bank book, 8619 
Wing, N. H. 

Check stub-book, 8620 

Diary, 8621 

Land books, 8622 

Ledgers, 8623 

Mss., 8067, 8120 

Memoranda of demands, 8624 

Bank book,' 8625-862 7 
Ca,sh books, 8628 
Check stub-books, 8629 
Inventory book, 8630 



MANUSCRIPTS—Continued 

Wolfschlaeger, L., estate 

Disbursements by M. E. Woodworth, 
administrator, 8631 

Wolverine knitting co. 
Record book, 8632 

Woodbridge, W. 

Account book, 8633-8635 
Bank book, 8636, 8637 
Cash books, 8638 
Claim books, 8639 
Diaries, 8640 
Ledger, 8641 
Ledger accounts, 8642 
Mss., 8051, 8066 

Wright, J. L., and bros. 
Balance book, 8643 

, P. P. 

Mss., 8141, 8142 
Maple Hill 

Polk & CO. : Directory, 5763 

River 

Avery: Overflowed lands on Maple 
River, 165 

[Michigan. Board of internal improve- 
ment : Communication transmitting] 
report of J. Almy on survey, 3185 



: Report in compliance with 

resolution of senate, 3201 

Maps and atlases 

Cities, towns and villages, 7604-7755 

Counties, 7408-7603 

Geological and topographical, 7756- 
7822 

Great Lakes region and Old Northwest, 
7073-7140 

Harbors, 7934-7958 

Islands, 7871-7877 

Lakes and bays, 7878-7933 

Lands, 7846-7870 

Mines and mineral regions, 7823-7845 

Miscellaneous, 8024-8036 

Railroads and roads, 7996-8023 

Rivers, straits and canals, 7959-7995 

Sections, 7376-7407 

State of Mich., 7141-7375 

See also Automobiles. Road guides; 
Canada. Maps; Detroit. Atlases; 
Detroit. Maps; Great Lakes and 
Great Lakes region. Maps; Michigan. 
Atlases; Michigan. Geological survey; 
Michigan. Maps; Northwest, Old. 
Maps; names of cities, counties, har- 
bors, islands, lakes, lands', mines, 
mineral regions, railroads, rivers, roads, 
and straits 

March, W. [pseud.] 

[Willcox]: Shoepac recollections, 6934, 
6935 

Margry, P. 

Copies of papers relating to Cadillac, 8458 
Decouvertes et etablissements, 2878 



INDEX 



299 



MARIETTA, OHIO 

Blancliard: Discover^' and conquests of 

Northwest, 386 
[Kalcr]: Benjamin of Ohio, 2463 
Marine City 

Meech: Port Huron and St. Clair co. 

directory, 2935 
Wolverine directory co. : St. Clair co. 
 lirectory. TOOS 
Marine course finder 

Long: Marine review course finder, 2758 
Marine history, 2879 
Marine review publishing co. 

Time and distance tables for lake ships, 
2880 
Markers, see Monuments 
Marl 

Hale: Marl, 2012 

Kedzie: Management of swamps, 2480 

: Marl, 2482 

Map of Branch co. showing territory 
within which marl deposits of Mich. 
Portland cement co. are located, 7431 
Marlette. Relief committee 

[Letters and telegram relating to burned 
district], 8459 

Marquette, J. 

Baker: St. Joseph-Kankakee portage, 

191 
Hulst: Indian sketches, 2267 
Old North-west leaflets, 5594 
Verw^-st: Missionary labors in Lake 

Superior region, 6759 
Winsor: Joliet, ]\larquette and LaSalle, 

6994 

Marquette 

Annual statement, 2881 
Board of education 

Catalogue of schools, 2882 
Charter, 2883-2887 
Childs: Marquette, Mackinac Island 

and "Soo", 669 
Citizens 

Marquette, 2888 
Citizens association 

Marquette, Mich. Illustrated, 2889 
City commission 

Reports, 2890 
Description 

Marquette. Citizens: Marquette, 2888 

. association: Mar- 
quette, Mich. Illustrated, 2889 
Directories 

Holland: Gazetteer of Marquette co., 
2184 

Polk & CO.: Director^', 5778 
Donnan: Marquette in 1900, 1535 
Map 

[Birds eye view], by Beck and Pauli, 
7743 
Marquette, Houghton and Ontonagon 
railroad 

[Brooks]: L'Anse, 451 
, and Mackinac railroad 

[Burt]: Marquette and Mackinac rail- 
road, 507 



MARQUETTE— Continued 

and Ontonagon railway co. 

Memorial against transferring land 
grant to another co., 2891 
and state line 



Britton and Gray: Ontonagon and 

state line and, 443 
Quadrangle map, see Quadrangle maps 
Bay 



Chart, by T. S. Thompson, 7896 
county 



Beard's directory and history, 322 

Biographical record, 369 

Holland: Gazetteer, 2184 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5778 

St. Mary's canal mineral land co. : Re- 
ports upon value of co's lands in iron 
region, 6125 

-, Diocese of 



Rczek: History of, 5966 
Harbor 



Chart, by U. S. War dept., 7947 
Preliminary chart, by U. S. War dept., 
7946 

house of correction, see Michi- 



gan. State house of correction and branch 
of state prison in Upper Peninsula 
iron ore association 



Improvement of St. Mary's River and 
canal, 2892 

iron region 



Brooks: Analysis of cost and description 
of methods of mining, 448 

Rominger: Marquette iron region, 6014 

Van Hise: Marquette iron-bearing dis- 
trict, 6745 

: Preliminary report on Mar- 
quette iron-bearing district, 6744 

normal school, see Michigan. 



Northern state normal school 
schist region 



Williams: Greenstone schist areas, 6944 

Marquis, A. N. 

B. M .k of Detroiters, 2893, 2894 
Industries of the Bay cities, 2895 

, S. S. 

Society of colonial wars. Michigan: Paul 
Revere of West, 6327 

Marriage and divorce 

DttrDii. Committee on equitable legis- 
 lation: Treatise on proposed changes 

in law of marriage, 1107 
. First Presbyterian church: Rec- 
ords [of marriages], 8317 

Ste. Anne's church: Registre, 



8328 



Michigan. Dept. of state: Annual re- 
port on registration of marriages and 
divorces, 3471 

. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 

relating to registration of births, deaths, 
marriages, 3835 

. . , . : Laws 



concerning marriages, 3906 
Pilcher: [Record of marriage certificates], 
8509 



300 



INDEX 



MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE— Continued 

Powers: Mich, law of marriage and di- 
vorce, 5861 

Richberg: Incongruity of divorcs laws 
of U. S., 5975 

Wayne co. Clerk: Marriage affidavits, 
8602 

See also Michigan. Census; Michigan. 
Statistics, vital 

Marsh hay 

Kedzie: Chemical composition, 2469 

Marsh, C. D. 

On cyclopidae and calanidae of Lake St. 
Clair, 2896 

Marshall, C. E. 

Bacteriology, 2897 

Grassy curd and cheese, 2898 

Popular discussion of pure milk supply, 

2899 
Tuberculosis, 2900-2902 
Vinegar, 2903 

 ,J. 

Burton: Mss., 8129 
Detroit. Bar association: "John Mar- 
shall dav," 976 
,M. 



Guide to special and test diets in univer- 
sity hospital, 2904 
,0. 



Report of scarlet fever at North Lansing, 
2905 

-, O, H, 



Building and voyage of Griffon, 2906 
De Celeron's [Celeron's] expedition to 

Ohio, 2907 
Plistorical writings, 2140 

-, R. B. 



Results of spirit leveling in Mich., 2908, 
2909 , 

-, W. L. 



MARTIN AND CURRY 

Journals, 8463 
Ledgers, 8464 
Martindale, C. 

Lougherv's defeat, 2913 

; F. c. 

Digest of automobile laws, 2914 
Michigan. Constitution: Constitution, 

3311,3312 
. Dept. of state: Digest of 

automobile laws of various states, 3497 
: List of state 



U. S. Congress. House. Committee on 
rivers and harbors: St. Mary's River 
at the falls, 6656 

Marshall 

Board of education 

Catalogue, course of study and regula- 
tions of schools, 2910 
Charter, 2911, 2912 
Directories 

Nedham: Battle Creek and Marshall 

city directory, 5533 
Polk & CO.: Battle Creek city direc- 
tory, 5760 
History 

Frink: Reminiscences, 8401 
Maps 

Plan, by O. Wilder, 7744 

Martin, H. R. 

Cash book, 8460 

Journal, 8461 

Sales of goods after taking inventory, 8462 

, L. 

Van Hise: Geology of Lake Superior 
region, 6743 



officers, 3507 
Marvine, A. R. 

Pumpelly: Copper district of Upper 
Peninsula, 5894 
Marx, O. B. 

Address before U. of M. club, 2915 
Mason, H. D. 

[Proposition for purchase of Southern 
railroad], 5879 

,J- 

Mss., 8127 
-, O. T. 



Sons of the American revolution. Dis- 
trict of Columbia society: Battle 
fields of Maumee valley, 6334 
, S. T. 

Howard: Protest against committee to 
inquire into overpayment of governor's 
salary, 2219 

Macomb: Letter to the governor, 2860 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Returns of 
election for governor and lieutenant 
governor, 3524 

. Governor: [Messages and 

communications], 3584-3607 

Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on payment of certain sum of 
money to governor: Report, 4192, 
4193 

. Mason monument commis- 
sion: [Invitation to ceremonies at 
imveiling of monument], 4770 

(Ter.) Governor: Message, 



5335-5337 
. Legislative council: 

Special session, 1835; message of S. T. 

Mason, 5357 
Proceedings, unveiling ceremonies of 

Mason monument, 5877 
Schoolcraft: Communication relative to 

geographical names, 6161 
To people of Mich., 2916 

Mason 

Charter, 2917 

Quadrangle map, see Quadrangle maps 

county 

Buckley and Douglas lumber co.: Few 
facts about farm and fruit lands, 482 

[Elsworth]: Mss. notes, newspaper files 
and clippings, 8387 

: Wayside notes, 8388 

History, 2161 

Polk (S: CO.: Directory, 5776 

[Swigart]: Tract in, 6445 



INDEX 



301 



MASON COUNTY— Continued 

Standard map co. : Atlas and farm di- 
rector\', 7521 

Masonville 

Polk tV- CO.: Directory, 5767 
Massingham, W. J. 

Lake Superior and other poems, 2918 
Mast, P. P., & CO. 

New map of Ohio, Indiana and Mich., 
7202 

Masters in chancery 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Report of 
number, 3510 

Maternity hospitals 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 
relating to, 3849 
Mather, S. T. 

U. S. National park service: Report on 
proposed sand dunes national park, 
6677 

[Mathews, A.] 

History of Cass co., 2919 

, Mrs. L. K. 

Erie canal and settlement of West, 2920 

Northrup co. 

Map of Mich, and Wisconsin, 7329 
Up-to-date map of Detroit, 7656 
Mich., 7341 

Mathewson, S. 

Map <.f Flint, 7704 

Matlack, L. C. 

History of American slavery and Metho- 
dism, 2921 

Matthews, J. A. 

Alger Republican club, 2922 
Mattice, A. E. 

How Mich, was made, 2923 
Maumee Bay 

Chart, by U. S. War dept., 7897 

branch railroad co. 

Michigan. Board of internal improve- 
ment: Communication accompanying 
certain requests and propositions from 
agents of, 3180 
; . Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on ways and means: Report 
in regard to aid, 4267 

and Havre branch railroad 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on internal improvement: Re- 
port, 4107 

valley 



MAY, C. S. 

Equal suffrage. 2926 
Farmers' movement, 2927 
How we are governed, 2928 
Political reform, 2929 



Knapp: History of, 2555 

Slocum: History of Maumee River 
basin, 6257 

Sons of the American revolution. Dis- 
trict of Columbia society: Battle 
fields, 6334 

Maxwell, H. 

Wood-using industries of Mich., 2924 
, W. J. 

Greek letter men of Mich., 2925 



J — - 

Michigan. University: Memorial, 5196 

[ ,J.I. 

Memorial of citizens of Indiana Territory, 
2930 

-,M. 



State of Mich. Supreme court; Mary 
May vs. city ofiGrand Rapids, 2931 
Maybury, W. C. 

Detroit. Mayor: Message, 1224 
Mss., 8189 

Mayhew, I. 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 
Compilation from annual reports, 3369 

;— . Laws, statutes, etc. : Statutes 

relating to primary schools, 3926 

State teachers' association: 



Memorial, 5110 
Popular education, 2932 

Reports of superintendent of public in- 
struction, 2933 

Statutes relating to primary'schools, 2934 
Mayne, T. 

Deposition concerning abduction of T. 
Raynnr by British officers, 8465 
Mayo, Mrs. M. A, 

Buell: One woman's work, 483 
Meaner, C. L. 

Alichigan. Schoolmaster's club: List 
of books recommended for a high school 
classical hbran,-, 4838 

Meadows 

Davis: Locusts, 932 
Measles 

Michigan. State board of health : Special 
reports relative to communicable and 
preventable diseases, 4930 
Mechanical drawing 

r^Iichigan. University. College of engi- 
neering. Mechanical dept.: Drawing 
standards and conventions, 5262 

Mechanics' and laboring men's cooperative 
associations 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Se- 
lect committee:*^ Report relative to 
petitions askingTpassage of law to 
authorize formation of, 4731, 4732 

liens 

Fick: Mechanics' lien law, 1695 
Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Me- 
chanics' lien law, 3907 

Wilkinson: Treaties on law of mechan- 
ics' liens on real property, 6930. 
Mechem, F. R. 

Michigan. Political science association: 
Papers and addresses on primary re- 
form, 4794 



302 



INDEX 



MECOSTA COUNTY 

Hayes: Atlas, 7522 

[Map], by U. S. Postoffice dept., 7523 

Polk & CO.: Directon^ 5763 

Portrait and biographical album, 5840 

Mediation and conciliation, see Michigan. 
Board of mediation and conciliation 

Medical colleges, see Detroit college of 
medicine and surgery; Michigan college 
of medicine; Michigan. School of homeo- 
pathy and surgery; Michigan. Univer- 
sity. Homeopathic medical school; Michi- 
gan. University. Medical school ; Michi- 
gan. University. Training school for 
nurses; Michigan. University. Univer- 
sity homoeopathic hospital; Michigan. 
University. University hospital 

education 

Michigan. State board of registration in 
medicine: Rules and regulations re- 
lating to standard of preliminary and 
medical education, 4953 

geography 



Baker: Climate and health in Mich., 193 
library 



Dock: Medical library at U. of M., 1530 
sanitarium, see Battle Creek sani- 



tarium 



societies 

Ann Arbor medical club: Banquet, 132 
See also Michigan. Homeopathic medi- 
cal society; Michigan. State eclectic 
medical and surgical society; Michigan. 
State medical society; Michigan. State 
veterinary medical association; Wayne 
CO. Medical society 
Medicine 

Kedzie: Report on labelling medicine, 
2485 

Physicians', dentists' and druggists' di- 
rectory of Mich., 5733 

Ranney: Achievements in medicine, 5917 

: Observations upon progress 

of medical science, 5921 

See also Homeopathy; Michigan. State 
board of health 

Medina 

Ingals: Fearful tragedy, 2298 

Meech, C. E„ & co. 

Port Huron and St. Clair co. directory,- 
2935 
Meek, S. E. 

Synoptic list of fishes, 2936 
Meeker, R. D. 

Digest of laws of Mich., 2937 

Meginness, J. F. 

Biography of F. Slocum, 2938 

Meldrum, G. 

Askin: Mss., 8037 

Melish, J. 

Map of seat of war in North America, 
7132 
Memoir of Mrs. J. T. Woodbridge, 2939 



MEMORIAL DAY 

Detroit. Public library: Selected list 

on, 1326 
Dufiheld: Our soldier-dead, 1558 
Hubbardston. Citizens: Decoration 

ceremonies, 2252 
Michigan. Dept. of public instruction: 

Memorial day, 3407, 3408 
Pattengill: Special day exercises, 5672 

monument at site of Fort Michili- 

mackinac, 2940 

of A. B. Palmer, 2941 

 C. R. Ward, 2942 

— freeholders of 9th ward, De- 



troit, 2943 

L. D. Norris, 2944 

Miss E. Page, 2945 . 

Rev. J. Ballard, 2946 

S. Barstow, 2947 

record of Northern Peninsula, 



2948 
Memory day 

[Daniells]: History of, 909 
Memphis 

Meech: Port Huron and St. Clair co. 

directory, 2935 
Wolverine directory co. : St. Clair co. 
directory, 7008 
Men of Mich., 2949 

—  progress 

Evening news association: Men of 
progress, 1622 
Menard, R. 

Verwyst: Missionary labors in Lake Su- 
perior region, 6759 
Mendenhall, C. S. 

Road map of Mich., 7342 

, T. C. 

Boundary line between Ohio and Mich., 
2950 
Meningitis 

Michigan. State board of health: Ad- 
vice for restriction and prevention, 4884 
Menominee 
Charter, 2951 
Directory 

Polk & CO.: Directory, 5779 
Maps 

Chart of Menominee Harbor, including 

city, by U. S. War dept., 7948 
Menominee special map, by U. S. 
Geological survey, 7791 
Spies public library, see Spies public 
library 

county 

Ingalls: Centennial history, 2296 

: Iron mines, 2297 

Ogle & CO. : Standard atlas, 7524 

Harbor 

Chart, by U. S. War dept., 7948 

iron district 

Baylev: Menominee iron-bearing dis- 
trict, 290 
Nursey: Menominee iron range, 5576 
Rominger: Marquette iron region, 

Menominee iron region, 6014 
Swineford: Menominee iron range, 6448 



INDEX 



303 



MENOMINEE QUADRANGLE 

Van Hisc: Description, 7 "'A) 
schist region 

Williams: Greenstone scliist areas, 6944 
special folio 



Van Hise: Menominee special folio, 6746 
Mercer, L. P. 

In memoriam: biographical sketch of E. 
H. Drake. 2952 
Merchant, L. jf. 

Fniit garden of West, 2953 
Merchants' and manufacturers' mercantile 
agency 
Directory of bonded attorneys, 2954 
Mereness, N. D. 

Travels in American colonies, 2955 
Merino sheep breeders' association, see 
Michigan. Merino sheep breeders' -asso- 
ciatiun 
Merrell, E. H. 

J. S. Homer. 2956 
Merriam, Dr. C. E. 

Micliigan. Political science association: 
Papers and addresses on primary re- 
form, 4794 

, J. M. 

Legislative history- of Ordinance of 1787, 
2957 
Merwin, S. 

Whij) hand, 2958 
Metcalf, M. 

Success in propagating Cal. trout, 2959 
Metcalfe, S. L. 

Collection of narratives of Indian war- 
fare. 2960 

Meteorology 

Joy: Mss., 8144 

Lyster: Study of climate and topography 
of Lower Peninsula, 2789 

Michigan. State board of health: Prin- 
cipal meteorological conditions, 4909 

Volnev : View of climate and soil of U. S. , 
6770, 6771 

Methodist Episcopal church 
Conferences 
Detroit 

Clements: Itinerant ministry, 711 
Journal and reports, 2961 
^Ianual of Detroit deaconess home, 
2962 
Michigan 

Memorial, 2963 
Minutes, 2964 
Programme, 2965 
Detroit 

Cass Avenue Methodist Episcopal 
church 
Directory, 1044, 1045 
Prospectus. 1046 
Year book, 1047 
Central Methodist Episcopal church 
Central M. E. church; past, present 

and future, 1050 
Central M. E. Sunday school, 1051 
Director}-, 1052 
Names of members, 1053 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH— 
Continued 

( )nier of exercises at laying of corner- 
stone, 1054 
Churches 

History and directory of churches of 

Detroit, 2141 
Our churches, Detroit, 5619 
See also name of church under 
Detroit 
Circuit 

Case: Journal, 8288 
Congress St. M. E. church. Trustees 

Deed, 8313 
Deaconess home 

Methodist Episcopal church. Con- 
ferences. Detroit: Manual of 
deaconess home, 2962 
District Sunday school teachers' in- 
stitute 
Annual session, 2966 
Tabernacle Methodist Episcopal church 
Nash: History, 5521 
Tabernacle M. E. Church, 1349 
Grand Rapids 
Churches 

Moerd\'k: Histon,-, 5465 
Lansing 

Central Methodist Episcopal church 
Director}', 2636 
Matlack: History of American slavery 

and Methodism, 2921 
Michigan camp ground association 

By-laws, 2967 
Pilchcr, E. H.: Protestantism in Michi- 
gan, 5740 

, J. E.: Life and labors of E. H. 

Pilcher, 5741 

Pitezel: Historical recollections, 5747 

: Lights and shades of missionary 

life, 5748, 5749 

Robinson: Centenary sermon: Propa- 
gandism of Christianity as exemplified 
in planting and growth of Methodism 
in U. S., Michigan and Coldwater, 5993 

Striker: Historical address at Hastings, 
6433 

Wilkins: Mss., 8065 

See also Adrian college; Albion college; 
Biographical sketches; Biographies; 
Missions and missionaries; Wcsleyan 
Methodist church; name of instituli(,n, 
local church or organization 

Mevis, D. S. 

Pioneer recollections, 2968 
Mexican war 

[Michigan. Auditor general's office: Re- 
port of disbursements under appro- 
priation by virtue of resolutions on 
war], 3142 

[ . Governor: Communication 

transmitting report of auditor general 
in compliance with resolution request- 
ing report of disbursements], 3649 



304 



INDiEX 



MEXICAN WAR— Continued 



[ . : Communication 

transmitting report of Acting Gov. 
Greenly of disbursements made by 
him under appropriation], 3651 

Communication 



transmitting statement of expenditure 
under act to defray expenses of enlist- 
ing volunteer regiment, 3653 

. Legislature. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the militia: Brief statement 
of accounts for services rendered and 
expenses incurred in raising regiment of 
volunteers, 4603 

Williams: Mss., 8125, 8148 

See also Veterans of the war with Mexico. 
Michigan Association 
Miamis co. 

In account with J. Askin, 8466 

Journals, 8467 
Michels, J. 

Cheese problems, 2969 
Michelson land and home co. 

New map of new north Woodward dis- 
trict, 7695 

Michigamme 

Holland: Gazetteer of Marquette co., 
2184 

Michigan 

Academy of science 
Bulletin, 2970 
Presidential address', 2971 
Report, 2972 
Accident fund, see Michigan. Insurance 

dept. 
Acting commissioner on state buildings 
Communication, 2973 

to locate the capitol 

[Michigan. Governor: Communication 
transmitting report of acting com- 
missioner], 3650 
Admission to union, see IMichigan. Poli- 
tics and government 
Adjutant general's ofifice 
Flags, 2974 

Michigan. Auditor general's office: 
Communication showing names, 
salaries, etc. of clerks, 3107 

. Governor : Special message 

accompanied by reports of, 3631 

in the war, 2975 

Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on the militia: Report of 
committee to whom was referred re- 
port of adjutant and quartermaster 
general, 4182, 4183 
. •. Senate. Com- 



mittee on the militia: Report of 
committee to whom were referred 
so much of message of executive as 
regards militia, and also report of 
adjutant general, 4604 

Special 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Adjutant general's office — Continued 

Record of service of Mich, volunteers, 

2976 

. Index, 2977 

Record, 3rd Mich, cavalry, 2978 

Report, 2979, 2980 

Roster of officers, 2981 

See also Michigan. Inspector general's 

office; Michigan. Quartermaster 

general's office 
Advisory board in the matter of pardons 
Intermediate sentence law, 2982 
Report, 2983 
Agent for selection of lands for agri- 
cultural college 
Communication, 2984 
Agricultural college 

Abbot : Manual labor at, 1 
Agricultural college bulletin, 2985 
• of state of Mich., 

2986 
Beal: Brief and popular account of 

trees and shrubs on grounds, 296 
: Forest products of museum of 

economic botany, 299 

: History -of, 301 

Blaisdell: Semi-centennial celebration 

of, 384 
Bradford: Brief history and outhne of 

work done by botanical club at, 421 
Bread, brawn, brain, 2987 
Catalogue, 2988-2990 
Clute: Education at, 717 
[Coldwater Republican?]: Agricultural 

college, 736 
Communication from president, 2991 

Dept. of agricultural education 
Agriculture in high schools, 3001 
Bulletin, 3002 
Circular, 3003 
Course in agriculture for high schools, 

3004 
— - — public 

schools, 3005 
Home projects in agriculture, 3006 
Junior agricultural association, 3007 
Nature study, 3008 
Report of agriculture in high schools, 

3009 
Supplementary suggestions for high 

school agriculture, 3010 
. — bacteriology, hygiene and 

pathology 
Laboratory manual, 3011 

— botany 



committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred examination into 
expenditures, 4757 



Report, 3012 
Experiment station 
Alsike clover, 3013 
Bulletin, 3014 
Circular, 3015 

Doubtful substitutes for clover, 3016 
Elementary science bulletin, 3017 
Hog cholera situation, 3018 



INDEX 



305 



MICHIGAN Continued 
Agricultural college — Continued 

Michij^aii. State hoard of agricul- 
ture: Annual report of secretary 
of board and annual report of 
experiment station, 4861 
Press bulletin, 3019 
Report of South Haven substation, 

3020 
Upper Peninsula substa- 
tion, 3021 
Special bulletin, 3022 
Technical bulletin, 3023 
Extension division 

Bovs' and girls' club proiects, 3024 
Bulletin. 3025 
Club buUetin, 3026 
Organization of clubs, 3027 
Outlines for lessons in home eco- 
nomics, 3028 
Fiske : Address on condition and office 

of, 1701 
Football program, 2992 
Johnson: Wheat, notes on varieties 
grown on college farm, 2417 

Johnstone: Agricultural education, 
2420 

M. A. C. record, 2853 

Map of farm, garden and lawTi, by R. 
C. Carpenter, 7858 

Marshall: Bacteriology, 2897 

Mayhew: Reports of superintendent 
of public instruction, 2933 

Michigan. Agent for selection of lands 
for agricultural college: Communi- 
cation, 2984 

. Attorney general's office: 

Communication giving abstracts of 
title of state to agricultural farm, 
3044 

Legislature. House. Com- 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Agricultural college — Continued 



mittee on agriculture: Report rela- 
tive to establishing military school, 
3974 

Com- 



mittee on agriculture and manufac- 
tures and com.mittee on education: 
Report of committee to whom was 
referred so much of governors' mes- 
sages as relates to college, 3979 

Com- 



mittee on banks and incorporations: 
Report relative to appropriations, 
3985 

Com- 



mittee on the militia: Report rela- 
tive to establishing military dept., 
4184 

Select 



committee: Report of committee 
appointed to consider preamble and 
resolution in relation to president, 
4292 

• . Joint commit- 
tee: Report relative to, 4384, 4385 

39 



— : Report of committee to whom 
was referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to, 4386 

Senate. Com- 



mittee on agriculture: Rejiort rela- 
tive to appropriations for, 4427 



— : Report of 

committee to whom was referred so 
much of governor's message as re- 
lates to college, 4428, 4429 

Com- 



mittee on agriculture and public in- 
struction: Majority report on so 
much of governor's message as re- 
lates to, 4437 



: Report of committee to 

whom was referred bill to establish 
branch in Grand Traverse country, 
4436 

Com- 



mittee on military affairs: Report 
relative to providing for military in- 
struction, 4598 

. State agricultural society 

Memorial for, 4846 



Memorial praying removal, 4847 

State board of education 



Memorial, 4877 
Peck: Memorial relative to, 5689 
Program, farmers' week, 2993 

Report of president, 2994 
Rules and laws, 2995 

Shaw: College farm buildings, 6212 
Souvenir, 2996 
Taft: Fruits at, 6459 

: Small fruit trials at college, 6480 

Ten years of progress, 2997 

Triennial catalogue, 2998 

Wells : Memorial asking appropriation, 

6858 
Willits: Inaugural address, 6962 
Wolverine, 2999 
Year book, 3000 
Agricultural society, sec Michigan. State 
agricultural society 

Almanac 

Michigan almanac, 5360 

Smith & CO. : Peninsula state almanac, 

6202 
Wilkins: Mss., 8103 
[Almy]: State of Mich., 68 
Altitudes 

Marshall: Results of spirit leveling in 
Mich., 2908, 2909 

Alumnus, 5361, 5362 

Andersonville monument commission 
Report, 3029 

Antiquities, see Antiquities 



306 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Anti-slavery state convention 

Report of proceedings, 3030 
Anti-tuberculosis association "^. 

Annual report, 3031 
Bulletin, 3032 

Warthin: Organization of state asso- 
ciation, 6807 
Appraisers, see Michigan. Board of ap- 
praisers 

Art CO. 

Men of Mich., 2949 

Artists, see Artists 

Association of city clerks 

Third annual convention, 3033 
elocutionists 

Proceedings, 3034 

farmers' clubs, see Michi- 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Asylum for the deaf, dumb and blind- 
Continued 

See also Michigan. School for the 
blind ; Michigan. School for the deaf 

for the insane 

Micliigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the asylum for the insane: 

Report, 3981 
. . Com- 
mittee on ways and means: Report 
relative to appropriations for, 4269 

-. Special 



gan. State association of farmers' clubs 
— judges 



Addresses, 3035 

14th annual meeting, 3036 
Asylum for the deaf, dumb and blind 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the asylum for the deaf 
and dumb and the blind: Report of 
committee to whom was referred so 
much of governors' messages as re- 
late to asylum, 3980 

. . Com- 
mittee on ways and means: Report 
relative to making appropriations, 

4268 

Special 



committee: Report of committee on 
subject of, 4367 

Report of committee to 



visit asylum, 4368 
. ■. Senate. Com- 
mittee on the asylum for the deaf and 
dumb and the blind : Report relative 
to condition of institution, 4440 



: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred part of 
governor's message relative to asy- 
lum, 4441 



: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred so much 
of governor's message as relates to 
subject, 4442 



Report of com- 



mittee to whom was referred so much 
of the governor's message as relates 
to institution, 4443 



: Report on part 

of governor's message relating to 
claims of asylum, 4459 



committee : Report of committee on 

subject of, 4367 

Senate. Com- 



mittee on the asylum for the insane: 
Report relative to amount expended 
for construction, 4444 

Com- 



mittee on the asylum for the insane: 
Report [relative to construction and' 
management of buildings], 4445 

See also Michigan. Asylums; Michigan. 
Ionia state hospital; Michigan. 
Kalamazoo state hospital; Michigan. 
Newberry state hospital; Michigan. 
Pontiac state hospital; Michigan. 
Traverse City state hospital 
Asylums 

Ellis: Memorial in favor of homeo- 
pathic treatment, 1596 

Michigan. Legislature. Senate. Speciar 
committee: Report of committee to 
whom was referred report of, 4752 

Report of committee to 



whom was referred report of trustees ■. 
of state asylums, 4753 

Reoort, 3037-3039 

vSee also Michigan. Asylum for the 
deaf, dumb and blind ; Michigan. Asy- 
lum for the insane ; Michigan. Board 
of commissioners on location and site 
for an additional asylum for the in- 
sane; Michigan. Commissioners on 
location of eastern asylum for the in- 
sane; Michigan. Ionia state hospital ; 
Michigan. Kalamazoo state hospi- 
tal; Michigan. Newberry state hos- 
pital; Michigan. Pontiac state hos- 
pital; Michigan. School for the 
blind; Michigan. School for the 
deaf; Michigan. Traverse City 
state hospital 
Athletic association 

Articles of association, 3040 

Atlases 

Beers: County atlas, 7279 
Bowen's state atlas, 7367 
Cram's superior reference atlas, /351 
New ideal state and county survey and 
atlas, bv Rand, McNally & co., 7360 
Rand, McNally & co.'s illustrated atlas,, 

7348 
Tackabury's atlas, 7312 



INDEX 



307 



MICHIGAN - Continued 
Atlases — Continued 
Walling: Atlas. 727S 
See also Michigan. Maps 

Attorney general's office 
Annual report, 3041 
Communication, 3042-3046 
Laws of U. vS. granting lands, 3065 
Michigan. Charities and corrections, 

3245 
. Laws, statutes, etc.: Laws 

relating to juvenile courts, 3893 



Laws 

relating to state board of corrections 
and charities, juvenile courts, 3849 

Opinion, 3066-3072 

Railroad lands taxable, 3073 

Reply relative to settlement with De- 
troit and Pontiac railroad co., 3074 

Report, 3075-3087 

Auditor general's office 

Accountant's manual, 3088 
Acts amending tax laws, 3089 
Annual compilation relating to munici- 
pal taxation, 3090 
Annual report, 3091 
Communication, 3092-3120 
Compilation of annual reports of rail- 
road corporations, 3121 

Erroneous bounties, 3122 

Hints and suggestions relative to 
keeping accounts at state institu- 
tions, 3123 

Inheritance tax law information, 3124 
Michigan. Governor: Special mes- 
sage [transmitting communication 
relating to laws on], 3613 

. Laws, statutes, etc.: Tax 

laws, 3932-3935 

Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on ways and means: Report 
of committee to whom was referred 
resolution to inquire whether audi- 
tor general has paid over all moneys 
received, 4251 



: Report of 

committee to whom was referred 
memorials relative to return of 
taxes, 4281 

Select 



committee: Report of committee to 
inquire and report facts in regard to 
alleged overdraft on treasury, 4357 

Com- 



mittee on finance: Report on refer- 
ence of report of, 4469 



■_ : Report [on ex- 
amination of accounts on books of], 
4470 



— ; : Report of com- 
mittee to whom were referred part 
of governor's message relating to 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Auditor general's office — Continued 

finances and report of auditor gen- 
eral, 4480, 4481 

. State land office: Report 

on tax homestead lands and collec- 
tion of delinquent taxes, 5003 

Powers: Mich, central vs. Perry F. 
Powers, 5863 

Reply to resolution relative to state 
lands, 3125 

[Reply to resolution asking about man- 
damus to deliver up bond as se- 
curity to mortgage of Pontiac rail- 
road col, 3126 

Report, 3127-3143 

[Statement], 3144-3151 

Summary showing financial condition 
of state institutions, boards and 
commissions, 3152 

Table showing rate at which sinking 
fund will liquidate state debt, 3153 
Audubon society 

Butler: History, work and aims, 540 

Objects, 3154 

See also Michigan. Ornithological club 
Authors' league, 163 
Auto school, see Michigan state auto 

school 
Bank commissioners 

Bank commissioners' report, 31^5 

Communication in relation to report of 
Bank of Washtenaw, 3156 

Report relative to condition of Far- 
mers' bank of Genesee co., 3157 

Report on aff'airs and condition of 
Bank of Ypsilanti, 3158 

Report relative to Jtlacomb co. bank, 
3159 

Report relative to specie certificates, 
3160 

Special report, 3161, 3162 

Special report exhibiting condition of 
banks, 3163 
Bank directory, 5363 
Bankers' association 

Annual convention, 3164 
Banking dept. 

Annual report, 3165 
Banks 

Reports, 3166 

Baptist convention 
Annual meeting, 3167 

Bar association, see Michigan. State bar 
association 

Battleship (Michigan) 

Wilkinson: Greetings from U. S. S. 
Michigan, 6931 

Biographies 

American biographical history, 82 
[Bingham]: ^lich. biographies, 365 
Cvclopedia of Mich., 903, 904 
Educators of Mich., 1577, 1578 , 

Evening news association: Men of 
progress, 1622 



308 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 
Biographies — Continued 

Memorial record of Xorthern Penin- 
sula, 2948 

Men of Mich., 2949 

Michigan. Constitutional convention: 
Manual, 1907, 3325 

poets and poetry, 5409 

. State library: Biographi- 
cal sketches of American artists, • 
5009-5012 

Military order of the loyal legion of 
the U. S. Michigan commandery: 
Circular[s], 5437 

Moore: History of Mich., 5478 

Newspaper cartoonists' association of 
Mich. : Gallery of pen sketches, 5540 

Nimmo: Men of '05, 5552 

Portrait and biographical record of 
northern Michigan, 5843 

Reed: Bench and bar of Mich., 5941 

Sons of the American revolution. 
Michigan society: Year book, 6337 

State Republican: Legislative souve- 
nir, 6384 

Stocking: Michigan's New Hampshire 
pathmakers, 6411 

Tuttle: General history, 6607 

See also Biographical sketches; Biog- 
raphies; Michigan. History; under 
•names of cities, counties, colleges 
and universities 
Blind, see Michigan. Asylum for the 

deaf, dumb and blind; Michigan. 

Asylums; Michigan. Kalamazoo state 

hospital 

Blind school, see Michigan. School for 
the blind 

Board of agriculture, see Michigan. State 
board of agriculture 

appraisers 

Report [in obedience to resolution re- 
questing information in relation to 
proceedings as appraisers on public 
works], 3168 

state commissioners for the 

general supervision of charitable, 
penal, pauper and reformatory in- 
stitutions 

Pauperism and crime in Mich., 5677, 
5678 
commissioners on location and 



site for an additional asylum for the 

insane 

Report, 3169 

control of state swamp land 

roads 

Record of proceedings, 3170 
education 



Report in pursuance of act to establish 

state normal school, 3171 
See also Michigan. State board of 

education 

examiners in optometry, see 

Michigan. State board of examiners 

in optometry 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Board of fund commissioners 

Alichigan. Treasury dept: Com- 
munication in relation to bonds is- 
sued, 5133 

Report [in pursuance of act to estab- 
hsh state bank of Mich.], 3172 

Report, 3173 
internal improvement 

Annual report, 3174 

Communication, 3175-3185 

Letter in reply to joint resolution of 
legislature, 3186 

Michigan. Auditor general's office: 
Report in relation to moneys paid 
secretary of state as member of, 3132 



Report relative to moneys paid in- 
vestigating committee, 3137 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on internal improvement: 
Report of committee to whom was 
referred report of board, 4098, 4100 

. . . Com- 
mittee on investigation: Report 
into accounts and proceedings of 
board, 4111 

Report, 3187-3211 

[Statement of indebtedness for and on 
account of Central railroad], 3212 

See also Internal improvements; Michi- 
gan. Legislature. vSenate. Com- 
mittee on internal improvement 

law examiners, see Michigan. 

State board of law examiners 
managers of the Louisiana pur- 
chase exposition 

[Invitation], 3213 

mediation and conciliation 



First annual report, 3214 
prison industries 



Report, 3215 

— registration in medicine, see 



Michigan. State board of registration: 
in medicine 

of state auditors 



Annual report, 3216 

Capitol, 3217 

[Communication in reply to resolution 
requesting opinion whether H. B. 
Lathrop has claim rendering further 
legislative action necessary], 3218 

Contract prices for printing and bind- 
ing, 3219 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.-: Laws 
relating to juvenile courts, 3893 

. Legislature. House. Select 

committee: Report of committee tO' 
whom was referred report of, 4295 
on land claims 



Annual report, 3220 

— state building commissioners 



Acts providing for completion and fur- 
nishing building, 3221 
Annual report, 3222 
Final report, 3223 



INDEX 



309 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Board of state building commissioners — 
Continued 
General iiistnictions for guidance of 

architects, 3224 
Laving comer-stone of new capitol, 

3225 
Proceedings at laying of comer-stone, 

3226 
See also Michigan. Capital and 
capitol 

canvassers 

Papers in removal of J. W. Jochim, 3227 

tax commissioners 



MICHIGAN Continued 
Boundaries Continued 
I . Governor: 



Communica- 



Appraisal of mining properties, 3228 
Cash value assessments, 3229 
Communication transmitting data rela- 
tive to operation of tax laws, 3230 
Report, 3231 

trustees of state assets 



Annual report, 3232 

World's Fair managers 



3234, 



Act creating board, 3233 
Letter from President Weston, 

3235 
Report, 3236 

Bond and mortgage co. 

Certificate stub-book, 8480 
Book, a state cyclopedia, 5364 
Boundaries 

Addison: Ohio boundary, 13 
Gallowav: Ohio-Mich, boundary line 

dispute, 1782 
Hamer: Speech, 2024 
Larzelere: Boundaries of Mich., 2681 
Lyon: Communication to members of 
U. S. senate, 2779 

: Letter to Hon. L. Williams, 2780 

: Letters to L. Williams, 2781 

: To J. M. Clayton, 2782 

Maps 

Corrected map of country along pro- 
posed boundary between iVlich. 
and Wisconsin to accompany report 
of Capt. Cram, 7384 
General map to accompany report 

on sur\'ey, by Capt. Cram, 8026 
International boundarv line of Mich., 

by A. M. Soule, 8029 
Map exhibiting country between 
lakes Mich, and Erie . . . con- 
tested boundarv lines, by D. H. 
Burr, 7382, 7383 

exhibiting position of several 

lines connected with boundary 
question, 8027, 8028 
Plat of northern boundarv of Indiana, 

8025 
State boundary- lines in Great Lakes, 
7880 
Mendenhall: Boundan,' line between 

Ohio and Mich., 2950 
Michigan. Commissioners to audit 
the claims for supporting the suprem- 
acy of the laws: Report, 3282 



tion submitting papers relating to 
arrest of L. Brown], 3585 

[ . : Communication 

transmitting copy of act to establish 
north boundary of Ohio], 3589 

(Ter.) Constitutional con- 
vention: Appeal, 5332 

Miller: Establishment of, 5446 

Ohio. Co-operative topographic sur- 
vey: Ohio-Michigan boundary, 5585 

. Governor: Message at id sess. 

of 33d assembly, 5586 

. : Special message in 

pursuance of act making appropria- 
tion to defray expense of carr^•ing 
into eflPect laws in regard to northern 
boundary, 5587 

. Legislature: Report of joint 

select committee to whom were re- 
referred governor's message and ac- 
companying documents on northern 
boundary, 5588 

Resolutions on 



northern boundary, 5589 

Soule: International boundarv line, 
6344 

— ^: Southern and western boun- 
daries, 6345 

Stuart: Verdict for Mich., 6435 

U. S. 24th Cong., 1st sess.: Act to 
establish boimdary of Ohio and for 
admission of Mich., 6635 

— . — . Congress. House. Committee 
on the judiciary'-: Northern boun- 
dary of Ohio and admission of Mich., 
6652 

— . — . . Senate. Committee 

on the judiciary: Report [on bill to 
settle and establish northern boun- 
dary of Ohio], 6660 

— . — . Engineer dept. : Message from 
President in relation to survey to 
ascertain and designate boundary 
between Mich, and W'isconsin, 6669 

— . — . President: Message in relation 
to boundary line between Ohio and 
Mich., 6682 

— . — . War dept. : Boundary — Ohio 
and Michigan, 6691 

Way: Facts and historical events of 
Toledo war, 6819 
Bowling club 

Articles of association, 3237 

Bridge and construction co., 5365 

British governors 

Hamilton: Proclamation, 8409 

Bromme: Mich., 445 
Budget 

Heineman: Michigan's need of bud- 
get, 2099 

Building and loan association league 
Proceedings and papers, 3238 



310 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Building and loan associations 

State organization, 3239 

See also Building and loan associations 

commissioners of the state house 

of correction 
Report, 3240 

Bureau of labor and industrial statistics 
Annual report, 3241 
of inspection of factories, 

3242 
IMichigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Law 

relating to inspection of factories, 

3859 
See also Labor and laboring classes; 

Michigan. Dept. of labor 

Capital and capitol 

Blades: 'Driving first stake for, 381 
Bours: History of Mich., 409 
— : Inaugural proceedings at dedi- 
cation of new capitol, 410 
Duffield: New capitol, 1557 
Michigan. Attorney general's office: 
Report relative to title to capitol 
building and grounds in Detroit, 
3085 

. Board of state auditors: 

The capitol, 3217 

Commissioners to locate 



the capitol: Report, 3281 
[ . Governor. Communica- 
tion transmitting report of acting 
commissioner to locate capitol], 3650 
Legislature. House. Select 



committee: Report relative to state 
capitol, 4298, 4299 
. . Senate. Com- 



mittee on finance: Report relative 
to new capitol, 4474 
. . . Com- 



mittee on state affairs: Report on 
resolution relative to basement rooms 
of capitol, 4660 



: Report rela- 
tive to papers and propositions for 
location of capitol, 4661 

See also Michigan. Board of state 
building cominissioners 
Catholic bicentenary supplement, 5366 
Cavalry 

Harris: Mich, brigade at Gettysburg, 
2058 

: Personal reminiscences, 2059 

: Story of rebellion, 2061 

Isham: Historical sketch of 7th regt., 
Mich, volunteer cavalry, 2345 

Kidd: Mich, cavalry brigade in Wil- 
derness, 2527 

: Personal recollections of cavalry- 
man, 2528 

Lee: Personal and historical sketches 
of 7th Mich, regt., 2710 

Michigan. Adjutant general's office: 
Record, 3rd Mich, cavalry, 2978 



MICHIGAN— Continued 
Cavalry — Continued 

Thatcher: Hundred battles in West, 

6516 
Wehs: "With touch of elbow," 6859 
Weston: Documents and addresses 

while mayor of Grand Rapids, 6883 
See also Michigan. Infantry; Michigan 

(Ter.) Cavalry 

Census 

[Map of Mich., giving population by 
counties], 7216 

Michigan. Dept of state: Census and 
statistics, 3474-3486 

. . : Communi- 
cation giving number of colored 
population, 3487 

— •  — . . : Communi- 
cation transmitting census returns, 
3491 

. . : Communi- 
cation transmitting to senate state- 
ment of population, 3495 

U. S. Bureau of the census: 13th cen- 
sus with supplement for Mich., 6625 

— . — . : 13th cen- 
sus, statistics for Mich., 6626 

— . — . District court. District of 
Mich.: Abstract showing number 
of white inhabitants, 6666 

See also Michigan. Statistics; Michi- 
gan (Ter.) Census 

Centennial 

McCracken: Mich, and centennial, 
2811 
Central board of control of state insti- 
tutions 
1st biennial report, 3243 

state normal school 

Dept. of hygiene and physical education 

Michigan. Dept. of public instruc- 
tion: Games, 3390 
Year book, 3244 

Chancery court 

Harrington: Reports, 2051 

Charities and corrections 

Bhss: Mich, and her public institu- 
tions, 387 

Charities and corrections, 3245 

See also Michigan. Board of state 
commissioners for the general super- 
vision of charitable, penal, pauper 
and reformatory institutions; Michi- 
gan. Commission on penal, re- 
formatory and charitable institu- 
tions; Michigan. State board of 
corrections and charities 
Christian missionary association 

Proceedings, 3246 
teachers' institute 

Six lectures, 5384 

Churches 

Campbell: [Mss.], 8281 



INDEX 



311 



MICHIGAN— Continued 
Circuit court 

Detroit. Bar: Memorial relative to 
increase of salaries of circuit judges, 
972 
Michigan. Courts: Rules, 3$32-3ii2 
Stevens: Treatise on practice in ac- 
tions at law, 6402 
Straker: Circuit court commissioner's 
guide, 6423 

commissioners 

Michigan. Attorney general's oflfice: 
Communication relative to appoint- 
ment, 3055 

judges 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Commu- 
munication transmitting copies of 
opinion in regard to claims of judges 
for travehng expenses, 3492 
Cities 

Schooley: Among the Wolverines, 6185 
City clerks' association, see Michigan. 

Association of city clerks 
Classical conference 
Proceedings, 3247 
Climate 

Leverett: Surface geology, 2727 
Michigan. Geological survey: Climate 

of Mich., 3560 
Seeley: Climate of Mich., 6197 
Clover farms, 5385 
Club 

Annual banquet, 5386 
Proceedings of annual meeting, 5387 
See also Clubs 
College 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on education: Report on 
petition of trustees, 4023, 4024 

of medicine 

Certificate stub-book, 8481 
mines 



Annual report of director, 3248 
Dept. of geology 

Notes on rocks and minerals, 3256 
Graduates, 3249 
Handbook of library, 3250 
Map of mineral district of northern 

Mich.. 7834 
Prospectus, 3251 
Report of director, 3252 

president, 3253 

Views, 3254 

Wadsvvorth: Paper on Mich, mining 

school, 6775 
Year book, 3255 

Columbian club 

List of members, 3257 

Commission on high school course of study 

Course of study, 3258 
industrial and agricul- 
tural education 
Report, 3259 

See also Michigan. vState commission 
on industrial and agricultural edu- 
cation 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Commission on inquiry, tax lands and 
forestry 
Report. 3260 
extent of mental defective- 
ness 
Report, 3261 



mcjuiry on mmimum wage 

legislation for women 
Report, 3262, 8468 

for the semi-centennial cele- 



bration 
Official program, 3263 
Semi-centennial, 3264 

on jx'nal. reformatory and 

charitable institutions 
Report, 3265 

of inquiry into taxation 



Report, 3266, 3267 

on vagrancy, disorderly con- 



duct, habitual dnmkenness, etc. 
Michigan. State library. Legislative 

reference dept: Laws relating to 

vagrancy, 5059 
Minor offenses, 3268 
Commissioner of the Gettysburg cemetery 
Report, 3269 

of immigration 

Michigan, by H. S. Stebbins, 7300 

and its resources, 3270-3277 

Report, 3278 

See also Michigan. Public domain 

commission; Michigan. State agent 

of immigration 

of the land office, see Michi- 



gan. State land office 

of mineral statistics, see 



Michigan. Dept. of mineral statistics 
of railroads, see Michigan. 



Railroad commission; Michigan. 
Railroad commissioner 
of revision 



Communication. 3279 
Commissioners to review the county seat 

of Branch co. 

Report, 3280 
to locate the capitol 

Report, 3281 
to audit the claims for 

supporting the supremacy of the laws 

Report, 3282 

on location of eastern 



asvlum for the insane 

Report, 3283 
( on the Grand Rapids 

canal] 

Communication, 3284 
to locate a state house of 



correction 
Report, 3285 



on incorporation of the 
Lansing coal co. 
Memorial, 3286 

on the compilation of the 



general laws 
Report, 3287 



312 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN^Continued 

Commissioners to settle with the Michi- 
gan state bank 

Report, 3288, 3289 

on the state penitentiary 

Report on location, 3290 

to settle with the River 



Raisin and Lake Erie railroad co. 
Report, 3291 
to locate and establish a 



school for the blind 
Report, 3292 

for settlement with Ypsi- 



lanti and Tecumseh railroad co. 

Report, 3293 
Committee of inspection of the Michigan 

military academy 

Report, 3294 
Compiled laws, see Michigan. Laws, 

statutes, etc. 
Congregational association 

Congregational churches of Mich., 769 

Cutcheon: Fifty years growth, 894 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc.: Di- 
gest of general statutes on religious 
corporations, 3848 

Minutes, 3295 

See also Congregationalists 
Conservatory of music 

Catalogue, 5388 
Constitutional commission, 1873, see 

Michigan. Constitutional conventions 

Constitutional conventions 

Constitutional convention, 1835 
Journal, 3314 
Rules, 3315 
Woodbridge: Mss., 8051 

, 1850 

Journal, 3316 
Manual, 3317 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Com- 
munication relative to expenses 
of, 3490 
. Legislature. House. Se- 
lect committee: Report on pro- 
priety of calling convention to re- 
vise constitution, 4304 

Senate. Com- 



mittee on finance: Report on bill 
to provide for expenses of, 4476 
Report of proceedings, 3318 
[Stevens]: Mich, constitutional con- 
vention of 1850, 6398 

— — , 1867 



Debates, 3319 
Journal, 3320 
Manual, 3321 

Morton: Prohibition, 5488 

-, 1873 



Journal of constitutional commis- 
sion, 3322 

-, 1907-1908 



Clapperton: Address; taxation in 
constitution, 688 

Fairlie: Mich, constitutional con- 
vention, 1630 



MICHIGAN^Continued 

Constitutional conventions — Continued 

Handbook, 3323 

Journal, 3324 

Manual, 3325 

Michigan. State library. Legisla- 
tive reference dept. : [Documents 
compiled for committee on print- 
ing], 5056 

Moffett: Municipal ownership, 5467 

Proceedings, 3326 

Report of committee on submission, 
3327 

See also IMichigan. State library. 
Legislative reference dept.; Michi- 
gan (Ter.) Constitutional con- 
vention 

association 



Proceedings, 3328 
Constitutions 

Constitution, 1835 

Biddle: [Votes on ratification], 359 
Constitution [s], 3296, 3297, 3309 
Michigan. Dept. of state: Report 
in relation to amendment of con- 
stitution, 3521 
. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the judiciary: Report 
relative to amendment, 4119 

Senate. Se- 



lect committee: Report of com- 
mittee to whom were referred 
resolutions amending constitution, 
4706 



-: Report on con- 



stitutional reform, 4710 

. . . Spe- 
cial committee : Report on general 
revision of, 4755 
Constitution, 1850 

Constitution[s], 3298-3300, 3304-3308 

Fairlie: Some suggested changes, 
1632 

King: Speech on motion to strike 
out proposed amendments, 2536 

Michigan. Attorney general's office: 
Opinion on constitutionality of 
submitting proposed amendments, 
3067 



Report [on changes and modifica- 
tions in laws necessary to adapt 
same to constitution], 3086 

-. Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on the revision of the con- 
stitution: Report relative to dis- 
franchising deserters from military 
service, 4013 

Com- 



mittee on constitutional amend- 
ments: Report of committee to 
whom was referred so much of 
governor's message as relates to 
change in constitution relative to 
time of legislative sessions, 4014 



INDEX 



313 



MICHIGAN- Continued 
Constitutions — Continued 

. . Senate. Com- 
mittee on amendments to the con- 
stitution: Report, 4439 

Select 



committee: Report upon amend- 
ments, 4707, 470S 

. State librar5^ Law dept. : 

Catalogue, 5052 
Wolf: Against revision, 7003 
Constitution, 1867 

Constitution, 3309 
Constitution, 1873 

Constitution, 3301-3303, 3309 
Constitution, 1907 

Constitutionfs], 3310-3313 
Fairlie: Mich, constitutional con- 
vention, 1630 
Michigan. State Library. Legis- 
lative reference dept.: [Docu- 
ments compiled for committee on 
printing of constitutional conven- 
tion of 1907], 5056 
Miscellaneous mss., 8126 
Convention 

Journal, 3329, 3330 

Copper district strike, see Copper miners' 
strike, 1913-1914 

Court of mediation and arbitration, see 
Michigan. State court of mediation 
and arbitration 

Courts 

Green: Mich, practice, 1980 

King : Speech advocating appointment 

of commissioners to prepare code of 

procedure and simplify proceedings 

in courts, 2535 
Report of reporter, 3331 
Rules, 3332-33U 
Searl: Mich, court rules, 6196 
Stanton: U. S. lawyer's diary and rule 

book; rules of practice, state courts, 

U. S. courts, 6376 
Stevens: Revised rules of practice, 

6400 
See also Courts; Michigan. Chancery 

court; Michigan. Circuit court; 

Michigan. Supreme court 

Cremation association 

Michigan cremation association, De- 
troit, 5389 

Crop report 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Mich, crop 
report, 3510 

Custer monument commission 

Ceremonies attending unveiling statue, 
3343 

[Invitation to attend ceremonies of 
unveiling], 3344 

Monroe the floral city, 5469 
Daily 

Michigan dailv, 5390 
Style book, 5391 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Dairy and food commissioner 

Annual rq^ori, 3345 

Bulletin, 3346 

Foods, 3347, 3348 

Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc. : Dairy 

and food laws, 3850 
Special bulletin, 3349 
Dairymen's association 
Annual report, 3350 
Day celebration, 5392 

schools for teaching speech to deaf, 

5393 
Deaf and dumb 

Michigan day schools for teaching 

speech to deaf, 5393 
See also Michigan. Asylum for the 
deaf, dumb and blind; Michigan. 
Asylums; Michigan. Kalamazoo 
state hospital; Michigan. School 
for the deaf 

Dental association 
Record book, 8469 

Dept. of labor 

Act creating dept., 3351 

Annual report, 3353 

Sections of act relating to employment 

of females and minors, 3352 
See also Labor and laboring classes: 
Michigan. Bureau of labor and in- 
dustrial statistics 

. — mineral statistics 

Annual report, 3354 

— public instruction 



Agriculture in rural schools, 3355 

Annual report, 3356 

Arbor day, 3357-3360 

Arithmetic teaching, 3361 

Art education, 3362 

Bulletin, 3363 

Catalogue of state teachers' institutes, 
3364 

Certification of teachers, 3365 

Communication [relative to act per- 
mitting counties to send students to 
normal school], 3366 

relative to university 

lands, 3367, 3368 

Compilation from annual reports, 3369 
Consolidation of school districts, 3370 
Contagious diseases, 3371 
County normal training classes, 3372 
schools of agriculture, 3373 

teachers' examinations, 3374 

Course of study, 3375-3379 

Digest of school laws, 3380 
Documents accompanying annual re- 
port, 3381 
Drawing in niral schools, 3382 
Educational institutions, 3383 
Examination questions, 3384 
Explanations of school laws, 3385 
Fourth grade arithmetic, 3386 
Fifth grade arithmetic, 3387 
First supplementary list of books and 
prices, 3388 



314 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Departmpnt of public instruction — Con- 
tinued 

Five lessons on tuberculosis, 3389 

Games, 3390 

Historical sketches of education, 3391 

Industrial and vocational training, 3392 

J. B. Angell memorial day, 3393 

Juvenile corn growing associations, 
3394 

Language outline, 3395 

Language teaching, 3396 

Law governing compulsory education, 
3397 

governing graded school districts, 

3398 

on labor permits, 3399 

List of books and prices, 3400 

Manual and course of study, 3401, 3402 

of schoolroom equipment, 3403 

training forms, 3404 

training, 3405 

in rural schools, 3406 

Mayhew: Reports, 2933 

Memorial day, 3407, 3408 

Method of consolidating school dis- 
tricts, 3409 

Michigan. Auditor general's office: 
Communication relative to names, 
salaries, etc. of clerks, 3120 

— . Commission on high school 

course of stud}'': Course of study, 
3258 



. Laws, statutes, etc.: 

Statutes relating to primary schools, 
3926 

Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on education : Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred reports 
of superintendent of public instruc- 
tion, 4026 



: Report on re- 
report of superintendent, 4034 
. . Senate. Com- 



mittee on printing: Report of com- 
mittee to whom was referred resolu- 
tion relating to printing reports for 
1855, 1856 and 1857, 4613 

manual of child study, 3410 

teacher, 5425 



Military training, 3411 

Perry memorial, 3412 

Physical training, 3413 

Pioneer day program, 3414, 3415 

Power: Selected list of children's 

books for .school libraries, 5860 
Preferred list of books, 3416-3418 
Report in relation to employing clerk, 

3419 

— university and 



school lands, 3420 

of committee to whom was re- 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Department of public instruction — Con- 
tinued 

Revised list of books, 3421, 3422 
Rural schoolhouses, 3423 
Safety first, 3424 
School architecture, 3425 

buildings, 3426 

-^ funds, 3427 

grounds, 3428-3430 

Second supplementary list of books, 

3431 
Selected list of children's books, 3432 
Sense training, 3433 
Sixth grade arithmetic, 3434 
Special day programs, 3435, 3436 
State manual, 3437, 3438 
Study of primary school interest fund, 

3439 

school gardens, 3440 

grounds, 3441 

• problem, 3442 

Suggested exercises for special days, 

3443 
Suggestions for manual training, 3444 

physical training, 3445 

Suggestive programs for special day 

exercises, 3446 
.Summary of school legislation, 3447 
Supplement to 61st report, 3448 
Supplementary catalog of preferred 

list of books, 3449 
[Supplementary report], 3450 
System of public instruction, 3451 
Teachers' examinations, 3452 
Teaching kindness to animals, 3454 
Temperance, 3455 
Text-book legislation, 3456 
Third grade arithmetic, 3457 
Thrift teaching, 3458 
Township rural high schools, 3459 

  unit system, 3460 

Warriner: Industrial and vocational 

training, 6806 
Why Mich, is great, 3461 

. — state 



Abstract of number of insane, 3462 

report of fees, 3463 

reports of sheriflfs relating 

to jails, 3464 

of superintendents 

of poor, 3465 

Act authorizing Mich, soldiers in field 
to vote, 3466 

Annual abstract of reports of superin- 
tendents of poor, 3467 

statistical informa- 
tion relative to insane, deaf and 
dumb, blind [etc.], 3468 

report on state library, 3469, 



ferred so much of governor's message 
and report of superintendent as re- 
lates to education, 4016 



3470 

registration of births 

and deaths, marriages and divorces, 
3471 

relating to farms and 



farm products, 3472 



INDEX 



315 



MICHIGAN -Continued 

Department of state — Continued 

Catalogue ol books in principal vault, 

3473 
Census and statistics, 3474-3486 
Communication, 3487-3496 
Digest of automobile laws of various 

states, 3497 
laws pertaining to duties of 

secretary of state, 3498 

motor vehicle laws, 3499 

Division of vital statistics 

Monthly bulletin, 3528 
First annua! report giving number of 

insane, deaf, dumb, blind, 3500 
relating to insur- 



ance, 3501 
Instructions to applicants 
cycle registration, 3502 



for motor 



vehicle registration, 3503 

Letter transmitting reports of Mich, 
central and Mich, southern railroads, 
3504 

List of corporations filed articles of 
association, 3505 

state officers, boards, commis- 
sions and institutions, 3506-3508 

Michigan. Adjutant general's office: 
Record of service, index, 2977 

and its resources, 3509 

. Auditor general's office: 

Communication showing names, 
salaries, etc. of clerks, 3107 



Communication relative to names, 
salaries, etc. of clerks. 3120 

Charities and corrections, 



3245 



crop report, 3510 

official directory, 3511 

township officers' guide, 3512- 

3515 
Motor vehicle licenses, 3516, 3517 
Pauperism and crime in Mich., 5677, 

5678 
Report. 3518-3523 
Returns of election for governor and 

lieutenant governor, 3524 
Statistical report, 3525, 3526 
Supplement to Green's treatise on 

townships, 3527 
See also Michigan. Laws, statutes, etc. 

Description and travel 

Blois: Gazetteer, 389-391 

Bowen's automobile and sportsmen's 

guide, 418 
Bradley: Journal, 426 
Bromme: Mich., 445 
Brown: Western gazetteer, 472 
Chicago and northwestern railway: 

Summer holiday, 666 
west Mich, railway co.: 

Tours,* 667, 668 

Darbv: Tour from New York to De- 
troit, 910 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Description and travel Continued 
IX'Scriplivc America, 953 
Detroit, Lansing and northern railroad 
CO.: Detroit and pleasure resorts of 
northern Mich., 1462 
Diepenbeck: Der staat Mich., 1508 
Distumell: Great Lakes, 1523 

: Trip througU lakes, 1526 

Ellet: Summer rambles, 15(S9 
Ensign and Thayer's guide, 1604 
Farmer: Mich, book, 1667 
Flaherty: Brief sketch of earliest his- 
tory of Michigan's Great Lake 
region, 1704 
Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad co. : 
Mackinac, 1940 

[ .]: 

Mich, in summer, 1942 



Passenger dept.: Mich, in summer, 
1948 
[Grand trunk railway co.]: Summer 

playgrounds, 1962 
. : Summer re- 
sorts in northern Indiana and south- 
ern Mich., 1963 
Hallock: Vacation rambles, 2022 
Hammond: Mich, souvenir, 2031 
Hoskins: Notes upon western countrj', 

2210 
Inglis: Northern Mich., 2299 
Jackson, Lansing and Saginaw railroad 
CO.: Guide to lands for sale, 2372, 
2373 
Jav: My new home in Northern 

'Mich., 2383 
Jefferson: Dodge's geography, 2384 

: Material for geography of 

Mich., 2385 

Note on expansion, 2386 



Lanman: Summer in wilderness, 2618 
Lee: State of Mich, gazetteer, 2706 
Michigan central railroad co. : Macki- 
nac Island, Mich, resorts, 5378 
. : In sum- 
mer days, 5382 

Dept. of public instruction: 



Why Mich, is great, 3461 
. State board of health: 



Mich., a summer and health resort 

state, 4900 
. State press association: 

23rd annual conclave and royal 

outing, 5087 
Miller: New states and territories, 

5445 
Motor guide and league: Blazing the 

way, 5493 
Motorists handbook, 5494 
Northrup: Camps and tramps in 

Adirondacks and grayling fishing in 

northern Mich., 5562 
Parker: Trip to West and Texas, 5641 
Peck: New guide for emigrants to 

West, 5690, 5691 



316 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Description and travel — Continued 

: New guide to West, 56Q2 

Perry: Hunting expeditions, 5710 
Port Huron times-herald: Eastern 

Mich., 5823 
Railway panoramic guide, 5906 
Scott: Journal of missionary tour, 6190 

: Geographical dictionarj', 6191 

Shields: Rustlings in rockies, 6235 
vSmith: Journal in America, 8541 
Smithe: Glimpses of places and people 

and things, 6320 
Steele: Western guide book, and 

emigrant's directory, 6392-6394 
Stevens: Transcontinental trip in a 

Ford, 6405 
Swan: Journal of trip to Mich, in 

1841, 6440 
Swineford: History and review of 

copper, iron, silver, slate and other 

interests of south shore of Lake 

Superior, 6447 
Tocqueville: De Toccjueville's voyage 

en Amerique, 6550 
: Ouinze jours au desert, 

6551 
Wadsworth: Mss., 8177 
Weld : Voyage au Canada, 6854 
West Mich, pike association: Road 

guide and tourist directory of West 

Mich, pike, 6866 
Western Mich, development bureau: 

Western Mich., the land of fruit and 

fortune, 6873, 6874 
White printing co.: Auto guide for 

Grand Rapids and western Mich., 

6903 
Whittier: In Mich, lumber camps, 

6915 

See also Great Lakes and Great Lakes 
region: U. vS. Description and travel 

Digest 

Callaghan & co. : Mich, digest, 554-556 

Michigan digest 5394, 5395 

See also Law reports, digests, etc. 

Directories 

Mich, bank directory, 5363 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Mich. 
official directory, 3511 

state gazetteer and business 

directory, 5424 

Physicians', dentists' and druggists' 
directory, 5733 

Piatt: Alich. state business directory, 
5751 

Polk & CO.: Mich, state gazetteer and 
business directory, 5788 

Young and co.: Business and profes- 
sional directory of central Mich., 
7059 

Eclectic medical and surgical society, see 
Michigan. State eclectic medical and 
surgical society 



MICHIGAN— Continued 
Economic conditions 

Allardt: Mich., 43 

Diepenbeck: Der staat Mich., 1508 

Fuller: Economic and social begin- 
nings of Mich., 1774 

Haddock: Resources and industrial • 
interests, 2009 

Michigan. Bureau of labor and in- 
dustrial statistics: Annual report, 
3241 

 . Commissioner of immigra- 
tion: Mich, and its resources, 3270- 
3277 



Report, 3278 
. Dept. of labor: Act creat- 



ing dept., 3351 



port, 3353 



-: Annual re- 

— : Sections of 
act relating to employment of females 
and minors, 3352 
. Dept. of state: Mich, and 



its resources, 3509 
. Public domain commission: 



Agricultural, horticultural and in- 
dustrial advantages, 4806 



Mich., agricultural, horticultural and 
industrial advantages, 4810, 4811 

Wadsworth: Mss., 8177 

Western Mich, develojjment bureau: 
Western Mich., land of opportunitv, 
6875, 6876 

Wood: Physical, industrial and sec- 
tional geography, 7019 

See also Michigan. Industries; Michi- 
gan. History; Michigan. Resources; 
Michigan. Social life and customs; 
Upper Peninsula development bureau 
Education 

Educators of Mich., 1577, 1578 

See also Education; Michigan. Dept. 
of public instruction 
, Board of, see Michigan. State 

board of education 
Elections, see Contested elections; Elec- 
tions; Michigan (Ter.) Elections 
Elocutionists, see Michigan. Association 

of elocutionists 
Employers' liability and workmen's com- 
pensation commission 

Report, 3529 

Employment institution for the blind 

Biennial report, 3530 

Chief needs of adult blind, 3531 

Some facts, 3532 

Engineer, 5396 

Engineering co. 

Condensed street map of Kalamazoo, 
7733 

Engineering society 

Michigan engineer, containing pro- 
ceedings of the society, 5396 



INDEX 



317 



MICHIGAN Continued 
Equal suffrage association 

Mich, laws relating to women and girls, 
3533 

Report, 3534 
Essay 

Foik: Mich, essay, 1723 
E.Kccutivc dcpt., see Michigan. Gover- 
nor; Michigan (Ter.) Governor 
Fairs, see Great union fair of Mich. 
Farm colony for epileptics 

Biennial report, 3535 
Farmer 

Circulation information, 5397 
Favorite college songs 

Welch: Michigan's favorite college 
songs, 6851 
Federation of labor 

Official year book, 3536 

Report of proceedings, 3537 

Souvenir program, 3538 
of teachers' clubs 

Bulletin, 3539 

of women's clubs, sec Michi- 



MICHIGAN Continued 
Finance Continued 



gan. State federation of women's clubs 

Fee guide 

Rouech : Guide to lawful fees and com- 
pensations, 6039, 6040 

Female college 

Rogers: !^Iemorial in behalf of, 6000 



semmary 

Circular, 5399 

Fourth annual catalogue, 5398 
Finance 

Mason: To people of Mich., 2916 
Michigan. Governor: Gov. Bald^\^n's 
estimate of receipts, expenditures 
and appropriations, 3695, 3697-3699 

. '- : Special message 

[relative to investigation], 3618 

Legislature. House. Com- 



mittee on ways and means: Report 
in reference to providing means for 
redemption of state bonds, 4253 



: Report 

on so much of governor's message as 
relates to part-paid bonds, 4254 



: Report 

of committee to whom was referred 
bill to liquidate public debt, 4257 



: Report 

of committee to whom was referred 
so much of governor's message as re- 
lates to finances of state, 4259 



relative to state finances, 4260 



Report 



: Report 

on so much of governor's message as 
relates to internal improvement 
debt, 4263 



Report 

in relation to re-issue of state scrip, 
4279 

-. Select 



committee: Minority report on 
financial affairs, 4308 

. . . Special 

committee: Report, 4369 
Republican party. Michigan. State 
central committee: State and na- 
tional finances, 5957 
Romeyn: To people of Mich., 6010 
See also Michigan. Auditor general's 
office; Michigan. Board of state 
auditors; Michigan. Board of trus- 
tees of state assets; Michigan. Legis- 
lature. Senate. Committee on fi- 
nance; Michigan. Treasury dept. 
Fire marshal, see Michigan. State fire 

marshal 
Firemen's association, see Mich. State 

firemen's association 
Fire relief commission 

Report, 3540 
Fish commission, see Michigan: State 
board of fish commissioners; U. S. 
Commission of fish and fisheries 

warden, see Michigan. Game and 

fish warden 
Forestry' association 
Annual meeting, 3541 
Laws, 3542 



commission 



Advance movement, 3543 

First report, 3544 

Little talk about forestry, 3545 

Michigan forest reser\'e manual, 3546 

forestry, 3547 

Report, 3548 

Steps of progress, 3549 
Forests, see Forests and forestry 
Freed men's progress commission 

Mich, manual, 3550 
Freemasons, see Freemasons. Michigan 
Fund commissioners, see Michigan. 

Board of fund commissioners 
Game, fish and forestry dept. 

Biennial report, 3554 

Forestry report, 3557 

Mich, forest scouts, 3555 

What Mich, is doing, 3556 

and fish warden 

List of deputy wardens, 3551 
-, fish and forestry warden 



Annual report, 3553 

Biennial report, 3552 

See also Michigan. Public domain 
commission. Game, fish and forest 
fire dept.; Michigan. State board of 
fish commissioners 

Gas association 
Proceedings, 3558 



318 



INDEX 



MICfflGAN— Continued 
Gas CO. 

Rules and regulations, 5400 

Gazetteers, see Michigan. Description 
and travel; Michigan. Directories; 
Michigan. State gazetteer 

Geography 

Estabrook: Geography of Mich., 7299 
Flint: Condensed geography and his- 
tory of western states, 1712 
Geography of Mich., 1798, 1799 
IGuvot]: Geography of Mich., 2001, 
2002 
. Jefferson: Dodge's geography, 2384 

: Material for geography- of 

Mich., 2385 
Kendall: Mich., 2516, 2517 
McFarlane: Geography of Mich., 2829 
JMontieth]: Geography of Mich., 5472 
Pattengill: Mich, cards, 5671 
Putiiam: School geography, 5900 
Redway: Natural advanced geog- 
raphy, 5935 
Schoolcraft : Communication relative 

to geographical names, 6161 
Skinner: Primary lessons, 6254 
Wood: Physical, industrial and sec- 
tional geography, 7019 

Geological survey 

Annual report, 3559 

Bradish: Memoir of D. Houghton, 424 

Climate of Mich., 3560 

Coal in lower Mich., 3561 

Communication [in compliance with 
resolution requesting information on 
benefits to agricultural interests], 
3562 

relative to geological 

survey, 3563 

Extracts from annual reports, 3564 

First biennial report, 3565 

Gordon: Geological section from Bes- 
semer down Black River, 1831 

Hankinson: Biographical survey of 
Walnut Lake, 2035 

Hill : Remarks on character and prog- 
ress of survey, 2118 

Maps and atlases 

Atlas accompanying reports on Upper 

Peninsula, 7817 
Brooks: Atlas accompanying report 

on iron-bearing rocks, 7814 
Cross .sections of Eagle River district, 

7772, 7773 
near Portage Lake, 

7799 
Geological section in Central mine, 

7823 
map of Lower Peninsula, 

by C. Rominger, 7785 

— Mich., 7369 



survey of Mich., by U. S. 

Geological survey, 7792 
Grouped cross sections illustrating 

stratigraphical relations between 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Geological survey — Continued 

Houghton and Keweenaw cos., 
7778 
Magneto-geological chart of Re- 
public Mountain, 7801 
Map of Calhoun co., 7432 

Champion mine, 7824 

to accompany cross sections of 

Eagle River district, 7771 

of Jackson co., 7479 

iron mines at Negaunee, 7826 

[ 1 Kent CO., 7496 

Lake Superior mine, 7835 

Lenawee co., 7509 

original swamp areas of 



Lower Peninsula, 7857 

Marquette iron region, 7829 

Menominee iron region, 7830 

New York mine, 7833 

— to accompany cross sections of 
Portage Lake district, 7798 

— of Republic Mountain, 7800 
Upper Peninsula, 7815 

central portion of Upper 



Peninsula, 7816 
original vegetation of Upper 

Peninsula, 7406 

Washtenaw co., 7575 

Washington and Edwards 



mines, 7844 

Sketch map showing surface geology 

about north shores of lakes Huron 

and Mich., by I. C. Russell, 7781 

Statistics of iron ore trade, 7828 
Surface geology; Bay co., 7762, 7763 
Topographic map of Bay co., 7764 
Topographical map of Tuscola co., 
by C. A. Davis, 7812 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on state affairs: Report rela- 
tive to geological survey, 4229 

. . . Se- 
lect committee : Report on collection 
of state geologist, 4310 



: Report of com- 
mittee to w^hom was referred reports 
of state geologist, 4311 



: Report in relation 

to report of state geologist, 4312 



: Report relative to 

publication of final report on geology 
of Mich., 4313 



: Report in regard to 

publication of map of state and 
counties, 4334 

Joint com- 



mittee: Report relative to, 4391 



port, 4415 



on geological survey: Re- 



INDEX 



MU 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Geological survey — Continued 

. . Senate. Com- 
mittee on finance: Report on com- 
munication and accounts of state 
geologist, 4492. 4493 

. University. Board of re- 
gents: Report of committee on col- 
lection of state geologist, 5244 

Ohio. Co-operative topographic sur- 
vey: Ohio-Michigan boundary, 5585 

Outline of proposed final report, 3566 

Report. 3567-3573 

State in account with D. Houghton, 
3574 

State geologist's account current, 3575 

Upper Peninsula, 3576 

See also Michigan. Legislature. House. 
Committee on geological survey; 
Rominger, Carl 
Geological and biological survey 

Biennial report, 3577 

Biological survey of sand dune 
region, Saginaw Bay, 3578 

Catalogue of publications, 3579, 
3580 

Marshall: Results of spirit leveling 
in Mich., 2908, 2909 

Mineral resources, 3581 

Publication, 3582 
Geology-, sec Geology 
Gettysburg battle field commission 

Mich, at Gettysburg, 3583 
Girls' reform school, see Michigan. State 

industrial home for girls 
Good roads' association, see Michigan. 

State good roads' association 

Government, see Michigan. Politics and 

government 
Governor 

Howard: Protest against committee 
to inquire into over-payment of 
governor's salarv', 2219 
Instructions to applicants for appoint- 
ment as commissioner of deeds, 3772 
[Messages of and pardons by Gov. 
Alger], 3728-3731 

of and pardons by Gov. Bag- 



ley], 3702-3711 
and other 



papers of Gov. 
Baldwin], 3691-3701 

and communications of Gov. 



Barr\-], 3633-3642 

of Gov. Barr>-], 3655-3659 

of and pardons by Gov. 

Begole], 3725-3727 
and communications of Gov. 

Bingham], 3662-3669 

and communications of Gov. 



Blair], 3673-3685 

of Gov. Bliss], 3761-3763 

of Gov. Crapo], 3686-3690 

of and pardons by Gov. 

Croswell], 3712-3718 
, letter and reports of Gov. 

Ferris], 3780-3786 



MICHIGAN Continued 
Governor -Continued 

and communications of Gov. 



FelchJ, 3643-3646 

of and pardons 

Jerome], 3719-3724 

of and pardons 



by Gov. 
by Gov. 



Luce], 3732-3740 

of Gov. McClelland], 3660 

and communications of Gov. 



Mason], 3584-3607 

and reports of Gov. OsbornJ, 



3774-3779 

of Acting Gov. Parsons] 

of and pardons by 



3661 
Gov. 



Pingree], 3748-3760 

and communications of Gov. 



Ransom], 3647-3654 

of and pardons by Gov. 

Rich], 3743-3745 

of Gov. Sleeper], 3787, 3788 

of Gov. Warner], 3764-3771 

of and pardons by Gov. 

Winans], 3741-3743 

of Gov. Wisner], 3670-3672 

and communications of Gov. 

Woodbridge], 3608-3629 

Michigan. Attorney general's office: 
Communication [on constitutionality 
of recommendations in special mes- 
sage respecting Sault Ste. Marie 
canal], 3048 

. Dept. of state: Returns of 

election for governor and lieutenant 
governor, 3524 

Laws, statutes, etc. : [Laws 



relating to governor's office], 3872, 
3873 

. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on payment of certain sum of 
money to governor: Report, 4192, 
4193 

. . . Select 

committee: Report in relation to 
error in payment of salary, 4314 



: Report relative to salary 

of governor, 4315 

State board of corrections 



and charities: Charities and correc- 
tions, 4867 

Treasury dept.: Commu- 



nication relative to payment of 
salary, 5142 

Official manual and director^', 3746, 
3747 

Pauperism and crime in Mich., 5677, 
5678 

Schoolcraft: Communication relative 
to geographical names, 6161 

Special message [of Acting Gov. Gor- 
don], 3630-3632 



320 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 
Governor — Continued 

Special message on bill to amend act to 
authorize any township or citj^ in 
St. Clair, Lapeer, Genesee and 
Shiawassee cos. to aid construction 
of railroad from Port Huron, 3689 
Statement showing articles purchased 
and average cost by state institu- 
tions, 3773 
See also Michigan (Ter.) Governor 
Grange, see Michigan. State grange 
Hand book, 5401 
Hay and grain association 

By-laws, 3789 
Health dept., see Michigan. State board 

of health- 
High school oratorical association 

Mich, high school oratorical association, 
3790 
Highway committee, see Michigan. State 
highway committee 

Highway dept. 

Biennial report, 3791 

Bulletin, 3792 

General specifications for steel and con- 
crete bridges, 3793 

Michigan. University. _ College of 
engineering: Proceedings of short 
course highway engineering, 5259 

Rogers: Care of earth roads, 6001 

: Gravel roads, 6002 

: Macadam roads, 6003 

Historical commission 

Annual report, 3794 

Bulletin, 3795 

L. T. Hemans, 3805 

L. Cass day on Mackinac Island, 3802 

Michigan historical commission; its 
inception, organization, administra- 
tion, aims, 3796 

Names of places of interest on Macki- 
nac Island, 3800 

Nicolet day on Mackinac Island, 3801 

O'Brien: Forgotten heroines, 5580 

Prize essays, 3803, 3804 

Proceedings of Michigan pioneer and 
historical society, 3799 

Sketch of historical societies, 3798 

Suggestions for local historical societies, 
3797 

See also Michigan. History; Michigan. 
Historical society; Michigan. Pio- 
neer and historical society 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Historical society — Continued 

See also Michigan. Historical com- 
mission ; Michigan. Pioneer and his- 
torical society 

Historv 

Bours: Historv, 409 

Brief history, 438 

Campbell: ' [Mss.], 8281 

: Outlines of political history 

of Mich., 571 _ _ 
Civil war, see Civil war 
Cook: Mich., 806 
Coolev: Mich., 811-813 
Cox: ' Primer of, 850-852 
Grossman: Earlv French occupation 

of Mich., 866 
Evening news association: Quarterly 

register of current history, 1623 
Farmer: Histor\^ of Detroit and Mich., 

1662-1664 

: Mss., 8186 

Farnsworth: Scrapbooks, 8396 
Ford: Mich., 1726 
Fuller: Economic and social begin- 
nings, 1774 
Hemans: History, 2103-2106 
Hollands: When Mich, was new, 2192 
Hubbard: Memorials of half-century, 

2245, 2246 
Kendall: Mich., 2516, 2517 
Lanman, C: Red book, 2617 
 , J. H.: History of Mich., civil 

and topographical, 2619 

-, — . — . : History of Mich, from 



review 

Edwards: Historical, statistical and 
commercial review of Mich., 1579 

society 

Biddle: Discourse, 360 

Cass: Discourse, 608 

Constitution, 3806 

Historical and scientific sketches of 

Mich., 3807 
Trowbridge: Communication on be- 

behalf of, 6587 



earliest colonization, 2620-2625 
Lawrence: Wolverine, 2694, 2695 
Lieb: Histor\^ of Mich., 2737 
McCoy: Old Fort St. Joseph, 2805 
McCracken: State of Mich., 2817 _ 
Manuscripts from Burton historical 

collection, 2877 
Mattice: How Mich, was made, 2923 
Michigan day celebration, 5392 

Board of state building 
commissioners: Proceedings at lay- 
ing of corner-stone, 3226 

Historical commission : 



Suggestions for local historical so- 
cieties, 3797 

Historical society: His- 



torical and scientific sketches, 3807 
Moore: History of Mich., 5478 
Pattengill: Mich, cards, 5671 
St. Pierre: Histoire des Canadiens- 

Frangais du Mich., 6131, 6132 
Scripps: OutHne history, 6194 
Sheldon: Early history, 6226, 6227 
Skinner: Story of Mich., 6255 
Society of colonial wars. Michigan: 

Historical papers, 6325 
[Stuart]: Review of Mich, as province, 

territory and state, 6434 

: Verdict for Mich., 6435 

Taylor: Theophilus Trent, 6506 
Trowbridge: Pioneer days, 6594 



INDEX 



321 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Historj' Continued 

Tuttle: CkMural history, 6607 

Utley: Mich, as province, territory 

and state, 6733 
Weblier: Indian cession of 1819, 6841 
Whiting: Discourse before Historical 

society of Mich., 6907 
See also Local history'; Michigan. His- 
torical commission; Michigan. His- 
torical society; ^Iichigan. Pioneer 
and historical society; Michigan. 
Politics and government 

Home and training school 
Biennial report, 3808 
Rules and regulations, 3809 

Home colony co. 

Full descrijjtion of country, its soils, 
climate, waterways and transporta- 
tion routes, 5402 

Homeopathic college 

Annual announcement, 5403 

Homeopathic medical society 
Transactions, 3810 

Horticultural society, see Michigan. State 
horticultural society 

Hospital for insane, see Michigan. Ionia 
state hospital; Michigan. Kalamazoo 
state hospital; Michigan. Newberry 
state hospital; Michigan. Pontiac 
state hospital; Michigan. Traverse 
City state hospital 

House documents, see Michigan. Legis- 
lature. House 

House of correction, see Detroit. House 
of correction; Alichigan. Industrial 
school for boys; Michigan. Reforma- 
tory'; Michigan. State house of cor- 
rection and branch of state prison in 
Upper Peninsula; Michigan. State in- 
dustrial home for girls 

Housing commission 
Report, 3811 

Immigration commission, see Michigan. 
Public domain commission 

Improved live stock breeders' association 
Gibbons: Addresses and letters, 8404 

Industrial accident board 
Bulletin no. 3, 3812 
Drake's Mich, digest, 1548 
Searl: Mich, court rules, 6196 
Statistics, 3813 
Workmen's compensation cases, 3814 

and agricultural education, see 

Michigan. State commission on indus- 
trial and agricultural education 

home for girls, sec Michigan. 



State industrial home for girls 
school for boys 



Biennial report, 3815 

By-laws, 3816 

Communication in answer to inquiries 
[relative to number of boys under 
12 years, offences, etc.), 3817 

Industrial enterprise, 2292, 2293 

41 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Industrial school for boys —Continued 
Michigan. Charities and corrections, 

3245 
. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on the house of correction: 
Report of committee to whom was 
referred so much of governor's mes- 
sage as relates to subject, 4086 

Com- 



mittee on the judiciary: Minority 
report relative to reform school, 4143 

Com- 



mittee on the reform school: Report 
of committee to whom was referred 
so much of governor's messages as 
related to reform school, 4221 



: Report 

relative to using labor of reform 
school for manufacture of firearms, 
4222 

Joint com- 



mittee: Report on reform school, 
4412 

-. Senate. Com- 



mittee on house of correction: Re- 
port [relative to management and 
operation], 4510 
. . . Com- 



mittee on the reform school : Report 

relative to condition of institution, 

4652 
Pauperism and crime in Mich., 5677, 

5678 
See also Michigan. Penal institutions 
Industries 

Champlin: Industrial prosperity, 631 
Edwards: Industries of Mich., 1580 
Haddock: Resources and industrial 

interests, 2009 
McCracken: State of Mich., 2817 
[Michigan. State board of centennial 

managers]: Catalogue of products, 

4864 



: Report, 4865 

Infantry 

Barrett: Reminiscences of old 4th, 231 
Bennett: Historical sketches of Ninth 

Mich, infantry, 343 
Berry: Thirteenth reunion, 16th Mich. 

infantrv', 353 
Crotty: Four years campaigning in 

Army of Potomac, 867 
Cummings: Great war relic, 878, 879 
Curtis: History' of Twenty-fourth 

Mich., 884 
Cutcheon: Story of Twentieth Mich. 

infantry, 896 
Dodge: R. H. Hendershot, 1533 
Fourth annual reunion [of 26th regi- 
ment], 3819 
Fowler: Autobiographical sketch, 1740 
Gunn: Memorial sketches of Dr. ^L 

Gunn, 2000 



322 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Infantry — Continued 

[Hewes]: History of formation, move- 
ments, camps, scouts and battles of 
10th regiment, 2109 
Isham : History of Detroit light guard, 

2347 
[Lester]: [Semi-centennial roster of 

9th Mich, infantry], 2721 
Norton: Strong Vincent and his bri- 
gade at Gettysburg, 5572 
Owen: First Mich, infantry, 5620 
Proceedings of 8th annual reunion of 

11th Mich, infantry, 3818 
Rice: Diary of 19th Mich, volunteer 

infantry, 5967 
Roster of 20th Mich, infantry, 6034 
Tivy: Souvenir of 7th, 6549 
Travis: Story of 25th Mich., 6581 
Williams: Mich, first regiment, 6954 

See also Michigan. Cavalry; Mich- 
igan. Infantry association 

Infantry association 

Roster of 17th regiment, 3820 

Insane asjdums, see Michigan. Asylum 
for the insane; Michigan. Asylums; 
Michigan. Ionia State hospital; Michi- 
gan. Joint board of trustees of state 
hospitals; Michigan. Kalamazoo state 
hospital; Michigan. Newberry state 
hospital; Michigan. Pontiac state 
hospital; Michigan. Traverse City 
state hospital 

Inspector general's office 
Report, 3821 

See also Michigan. Adjutant general's 
office; Michigan. Quartermaster 
general's office 
of illuminating oils, see Michi- 
gan. State inspector of illuminating 
oils 
Institute of homoeopathy 

Constitution and by-laws, 3822 

Insurance co. 

Michigan. Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on banks and incorporations: 
Report, 3996 

. . Senate. Com- 

rnittee on incorporations : Report on 
resolution relating to company is- 
suing notes as money, 4521 



relative to, 4522 
CO. of Detroit 



Report 



Memorial and report, 5404 

dept. 



Accident fund, 3823 
Annual report, 3824 

Internal improvement, see Michigan. 
Board of internal improvement 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Ionia state hospital 

Report, 3825 

See also Michigan. Asylum for the 
insane; Michigan. Asylums; Michi- 
gan. Joint board of trustees of state 
hospitals 
Joint board of trustees of state hospitals 
Proceedings, 3826 

prison and affiliated boards 

Proposed prison legislation, 3827 
Report, 3828 
Journal of education and teachers' maga- 
zine, 5405 
Judges, see Michigan. Association of 

judges 
Justice's guide 

Donovan: Mich, justice's guide, 1536' 
Kalainazoo state hospital 

Inventory of real estate and personal' 

property, 3829 
Michigan. Legislature. House. Special 
committee: Report of committee to 
visit insane asylum, 4371 
. . Joint com- 
mittee: Report on asylum for in- 
sane, 4392-4394 



: Report on alleged misman- 
agement of Mich, asylum for insane,. 
4395 



: Report of committee to- 

whom was referred so much of gov- 
ernor's message as relates to asylumi 
for insane, 4396 
Morton: Remarks on bill making ap- 
propriation to complete building, 
5489 
Report, 3830 
Schedule of orders, 3831 
Smith: Behind the scenes, 6308 
Worcester: Diphtheria in, 7039 
See also Michigan. Asylum for the- 
insane; Michigan. Asylums; Michi- 
gan. Joint board of trustees of state- 
hospitals 

normal school, see Michigan. 



Western state normal school 
Labor dept., see Michigan. Dept. 

labor 
Lake Superior 



of 



celebra- 



semi-centennial 
tion commission 
St. Mary's Falls canal, 3832 
Land office, see Michigan. State land' 
office 

Laws, statutes, etc. 

Act to prevent debtors from giving 
preference to creditors, 3851 

protect fish, 3864 

  provide for preservation of for- 
ests, 3866 

creating Dept. of labor, 3896 

relating to negotiable instruments,. 

3916 



INDEX 



323 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Laws, statutes, etc. — Continued 

to provide retirement fund for 

teachers, 3936 
providing registration and licensing 

threshing machines, 3937 
Acts creating insjjection of illuminating 

oils, 3917 
Bennett: Law of negotiable paper in 

-Mich., 344, 345 
Bill for government of Detroit schools, 

3853 
Boies: Catalogue of birds in southern 

Mich, together with game and fish 

laws, 394 
Bunker: Negotiable instruments law, 

492 
Charter of Muskegon schools, 3915 
Cheever: Law and practice of probate 

courts, 655-657 
Commercial fish law, 3865 
•Compilation in reference to land grant 

railroads, 3923 
Compiled laws, 3839-3844 
•Cummins: New Mich, judicature act, 

880 
Dair^' and food laws, 3850 
Detroit and Pontiac railroad co. : Char- 
ter, 1415 
. : Pontiac 

railroad, 1416 
(Detroit. Trust co.]: Descent and dis- 
tribution of property, 1352, 1353 
Digest of laws concerning flats, 3863 
general statutes on religious 

corporations, 3848 
Duffield : Memoranda note books, 8364 
Erie and Kalamazoo railroad co. : Acts 

of incorporation, 1605, 1606 
Pick: Mechanics' lien law, 1695 
Fire marshal law, 3861 
Fletcher: Communication relative to 

revision, 1709 
: Report relative to revision, 

1710 
■Game and fish laws, 3869-3871 
•General school laws, 3927 
General statutes, 3930 
Green: Proposed revision of general 

statutes, 1981 

-: Revi.sed statutes, 1982 

Hamilton: Consolidated corporation 

law, 2025 
Hammond: School law, 2032, 2033 
Harrington: Revised statutes, 2052 
Hunt: Mich, laws relating to women 

and girls, 2268 
Housing code, 3876 
Howell's annotated statutes, 3877 
Immediate effect acts, 3878 
Index to compiled laws, 3882 
Index to general laws, 3879-3881 
Inheritance tax laws, 3883 
Irwin: Annotations, 2344 
Judicature act, 3892 
Kent CO. primary election law, 2525 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Laws, statutes, etc. — Continued 
Key to revised statutes, 3895 
Law relating to inspection of factories, 

3859 
regulating foreign and domestic in- 
vestment COS., 3891 

on labor permits, 3399 

governing manufacturing and mer- 
cantile corporations, 3905 

regulating commerce in certain 

agricultural seeds, 3928 

regulating steam vessels, 3931 

Laws relating to banking, 3833 

registration of births, 

deaths, marriages, 3835 
building and loan asso- 
ciations, 3836 
state board of cor- 
rections, 3849 

affecting Detroit, 3852 

relating to drains, 3856 

elections, 3857 

— fraternal beneficiary 



societies, 3867 



sale of fresh fruit and 



[- 



Vegetables, 3868 



3872, 3873 



governor's office]. 



— public health, 3874 

— insane and feeble- 



minded, 3884 



fire and marine in- 
surance, 3885, 3886, 3888 

— life insurance, 3887, 



3888 

— in relation to internal improve- 
ments, 3890 

— relating to juvenile courts, 3893 
juveniles, 3894 

labor, 3897 



— relating to state land office, 3898, 
3899 

liquors, 3901 

shipment of liquor into 

dry territory, 3902 

— concerning marriage, 3906 

— and charters under which Mich. 



central and connections have been 
constructed, 2696 
relative to military affairs, 3910 

— governing mining corporations, 
3912 

— relating to formation of partner- 
ship associations, 3919 

support of poor per- 
sons, 3921 



3922 



primary elections, 

railroads, 3924 

— relating to old soldiers, 3929 

— concerning organization and gov- 
ernment of townships, 3938 

for government of state troops. 



3909 



324 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Laws, statutes, etc. — Continued 

relating to incori^oration and gen- 
eral powers of villages, 3939 
women, 3940 



Live stock sanitary laws, 3904 

Local option law, 3903 

McCracken: Laws in force in county 

of Wayne, 2807, 2808 
McGill: Laws of Mich., 2830 

: Mich, laws made plain, 2831 

Martindale: Digest of automobile 

laws, 2914 
Mayhew : Statutes relating to primarv 

schools, 2934 
Mechanics' lien law, 3907 
Meeker: Digest of laws of Mich., 2937 
Michigan. Attorney general's office: 

Opinion on acts of incorporation, 

3070, 3071 



[Opinion on constitutionality of 
chap. 94 of revised statutes of 1846], 
3072 
. Auditor general's office: 



Acts amending tax laws, 3089 

barber law, 3834 

Board of state building com- 



missioners: Acts providing for com- 
pletion and furnishing of building, 
3221 

Board of world's fair mana- 



gers: Act creating board, 3233 



central railraod co. 



lations of charter, 5371 



from railroad laws, 5375 



Compi- 

Extracts 

Laws 

and charters under which Mich, cen- 
tral and connections have been con- 
structed, 5377 

Commissioner of revision: 



Communication, 3279 

Commissioners on the com- 



pilation of the general laws: Report, 
3287 

corporation law, 3846 

Dept. of labor: Act creat- 



ing dept., 3351 



Sections of 
act relating to employment of females 
and minors, 3352 

Dept. of public instruction: 



Digest of school laws, 3380 



Explanations of school laws, 3385 



Law governing compulsory educa- 
tion. 3397 



Law governing graded school dis- 
tricts, 3398 



Law on labor permits, 3399 



School funds and laws, 3427 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Laws, statutes, etc. — Continued 



Sumniarv of school legislation for 
1907, 3447 



System of public instruction, 3451 

Dept. of state: Communi- 



cation relative to certain chapters of 
revised statutes, 3489 

Digest of 



laws pertaining to duties of secretary 
of state, 3498 

employers' liability, 3858 

Ecjual suffrage association: 



Michigan laws relating to women 

and girls, 3533 

farm laws, 3860 

flag law, 3862 

Game and fish warden: 



List of deputy wardens and compila- 
tion of laws, 3551 

Governor : Special mes- 



sage [transmitting communication 
of auditor general relating to laws on 
dept.l, 3613 

Joint prison and affiliated 



boards : Proposed prison legislation, . 
3827 

 laws for ]:)rotection of orchards 



and vineyards, 3918 
 — . Legislature. House. Com- 
mittee on education: Report of 
committee to whom was referred 
bill supplementary to common school' 
laws, 4030, 4031 

Com- 



mittee on the judiciary: Report on 
resolutions concerning chapters, re- 
vised laws, 4137 



: Report of 

committee instructed to inquire into 
constitutionality of sections of re- 
vised statutes, 4138 



 — : Report on 

bill to amend section of revised 
statutes of 1846, 4146 
. . . Com- 



mittee on revised code: Report, 4012 

southern and northern 

Indiana "railroad co. : Charter and 
laws, 5412 



State library. Legislative 
reference dept.: Laws relating to 
vagrancy, 5059, 5060 

Militia laws, 3908 

Mineral lands, 3911 

Modern law of business corporations, 
3847 

Motor vehicle law, 3913 

Moving picture law, 3914 

Pharmacy laws, 3920 

Port Huron and Lake Michigan rail- 
road CO.: Charter, 5820 



INDEX 



325 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Laws, statutes, etc. - Continued 
Prohibitory liquor law, 3900 
Registration and election laws, 3S54, 

3855 
Reid: Index to amended laws, 5942 
Schaffner: Territorial tax legislation, 

6153 
Statutes relating to primarj^ schools, 

3926 
Tax laws, 3932-3935 
Tibbits: Compilation of laws in rela- 
tion to fees and salaries of public 

officers, 6538 
[Trask]: Brief upon insurance laws, 

6564 
: Briefs and notes on statutes 

and decisions, 6565 

: Index of Mich, statutes, 6566 

: Notes on Mich, laws of evi- 



dence, 6567 

Time, in practice, and index 



to forms and precedents, 6568 

Uniform sales act, 3925 

Union trust co.: Digest of Mich. laws 
governing descent and distribution 
of property, 6619 

Wliitehouse: Mich, judicature act of 
1915, 6900 

Workmen's compensation law, 3941, 
7040 

See also Michigan (Ter.) Laws, stat- 
utes, etc. 

Legislative association 
Proceedings, 3942 
Programme, reunion, 3943 

Legislative excursions 

[Clubb]: Mich, legislative excursion, 

714 
Legislative excursion, 3944 

Legislature 

Acts, 3945 

Album, 3946 

Allegan county. Citizens: Memorial 
relative to apportionment of repre- 
sentatives, 50 

Heincman : Legislature and local bills, 
2098 

House 

Committee on agriculture 

Report relative to establishing 
military school at agricultural 
college, 3974 

of committee to whom was 

referred part of governor's mes- 
sage on subject, 3975 

— agriculture and manu- 



factures 

Report, 3976 

of committee to whom was 

referred part of governor's mes- 
sage relating to tariff, 3977 

to whom was 



referred resolution relative to 
manufacture of sugar, 3978 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Legislature. House Continued 



tion 



and committee on educa- 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred so much of governors' 
messages as relates to agricul- 
tural college, 3979 

on the asylum for the deaf 



and dumb and the blind 
Report of committee to whom was 

referred so much of governors' 

messages as relates to asvlum, 

3980 
on the asylum for the in- 



sane 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred report of trustees, 3981 

on banks 



Report of committee to investigate 
Bank of Macomb co. and Oak- 
land CO. bank, 3982 

relative to moneys to be 

received in treasury, 3983 

to investigate Bank of 



Ypsilanti 
Report, 3984 

on banks and incorpora- 



tions 
Minority report relative to Erie 

and Kalamazoo railroad, 3990 
of committee to 

whom was referred bill to amend 

act to authorize sale of Central 

railroad, 3995 
Report relative to appropriations 

to aid agricultural college, 3985 
of committee to whom was 

referred so much of governor's 

message as relates to state bank, 

3986 

relative to memorial of Bay 



de Noquet and Marquette rail- 
way CO., 3987 

of committee to whom was 



referred bill to incorporate Clin- 
ton salt works co., 3988 
to whom was 



referred house resolution in rela- 
tion to Detroit and Milwaukee 
railway, 3989 

in reference to Lake Erie 



and River Raisin railroad co., 
3991, 3992 

relative to enforcement of 



certain law, 3993 

[on various matters re- 



ferred to them], 3992 
relative to Mich, insurance 



CO., 3996 



3997 



Mich, southern. 



of minority of committee 
to whom was referred bill to au- 



326 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 

tliorize sale of Southern railroad, 
3998 

of committee to whom was 

referred petition for peninsidar 
bank, 3999 

relative to authorizing 

certain counties, cities and town- 
ships to aid construction of rail- 
road from Jackson to Grand 
Rapids, 4000 

of committee to whom was 



referred bill for construction of 
railroad to Lake Superior, 4001 
relative to St. Joseph's 



railroad co., 4002 

concerning circulation of 



shinplasters, 4003 

on charges against M. H. 



Dakin 
Investigation, 4004 
 claims 



Report [relative to claim of M. 

Cannon], 4005 
 of committee to whom was 

referred memorial of B. C. Cox 

for services, 4006 



claim of Dennis, Thomas 

and Wood, 4007 

relative to claim of Hicks 



& CO., 4008 

of minority relative to 



claim of J. Kearsley, 4009 

of committee to whom was 



referred petition of B. Porter, 
4010 

 in relation to claim of River 



Raisin and Lake Erie railroad 
CO., 4011 

on revised code 



Report, 4012 
on the revision of the con- 



stitution 
Report relative to disfranchising 
deserters from military service, 
4013 

on constitutional amend- 



ments 
Report of committee to whom was 
referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to change in 
constitution relative to time of 
legislative sessions, 4014 
on education 



Minority report relative to estab- 
lishment of school district li- 
braries, 4022 

Report relative to providing for 
appointment of county superin- 
tendents of schools, 4015 

of committee to whom was 

referred so much of governor's 
message and report of superin- 



MICHIGAN— Continued 
Legislature. House — Continued 

tendent of public instruction as 
relates to education, 4016 

[to whom was 

referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to education], 
4017 

relative to higher education 



of females, 4018 
 —  — plan for inter- 
national literary exchange, 4019, 
4020 

on petition of Leoni theo- 



logical institute, 4021 

petition of trustees of 



Mich, college, 4023, 4024 

relative to providing for 



normal instruction, 4025 

of committee to whom was 



referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to primary 
schools, 4026 

relative to establishing re- 



form school for girls, 4027 

of committee to whom was 



referred special message of gov- 
ernor relative to school and uni- 
versity funds, 4028 



resolution relative to dis- 
tribution of school laws, 4029 



bill supplementary to 

common school laws, 4030, 4031 
[- 



petition for location of 

seminary of learning in Lapeer 
CO.], 4032 

 on memorial of state teach- 



ers' association, 4033 

on report of superintendent 



of public instruction, 4034 

relative to repeal of act 



establishing teachers' institu- 
tutes, 4035 

[relative to petition for 



adding university fund to com- 
mon school fund], 4036 

to chair of homeo- 



pathy in university, 4037 

 on communication of execu- 



tive respecting loan to univer- 
sity, 4038 
on elections 



Minority report relative to me- 
morials in relation to contested 
seats, 4046 

on allowing dis- 
qualified electors in military 
service to vote, 4051 

Report relative to contested seat 
of Chippewa and other cos., 4039 

in relation to qualifications 

of L. E. Dolsen, J. Coates and 
C. B. Bush to seats, 4040 



INDEX 



327 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 

Rcpuiis (in claims dI E. Ely to 

seat. 4041 
Report in contested election case 
of C. T. Harvey vs. E. Warner, 
4042, 4043 

of committee to whom was 

referred petition of S. W. Hill 
contesting seat of E. G. Sey- 
mour, 4044 

in relation to memorial of 



H. C. Hodge claiming seat of 
C. Freeman, 4045 

of committee [to whom was 



referred petition for extending 
elective franchise to women], 
4047 



of H. D. Mc- 
culloch contesting seat of P. 
McKinley, 4048 
in relation to Mackinac 



election, 4049 

relative to bill to enable 



qualified electors in military 
service to vote, 4050 

in relation to petition of 



H. Miller claiming seat of J. N. 
Donaldson, 4052, 4053 

Reports of committee to whom was 
referred memorial of H. Ray- 
mond contesting seat of A. 
Stevens, 4054 

Report of committee to whom was 
referred memorial in relation to 
Saginaw election, 4055 

in case of contested seat of 

J. Turrill, 4056 

of committee to whom was 



referred petitions asking law 
for registry of votes in election 
precincts, 4057 



statement of board of 

canvassers of Wayne co., 4058 
on federal relations 



Minority report [on state of union], 
4075 

Report on joint resolution in rela- 
tion to bankrupt law, 4059 

relative to construction of 

Clinton and Kalamazoo canal, 
4060 

of committee to whom was 



referred preamble and resolu- 
tions relative to slave trade in 
District of Columbia, 4061 



portion of governor's 

message relating to federal rela- 
tions, 4062 



report touching pro- 
ceedings in Marshall denomi- 
nated abolition mob, 4063 



MICHIGAN -Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 

nlativc to fugitive slave 

law, 4004 
delivering up 

fugitive slaves, 4065 

on channel of communica- 



tion through Canada, 4066 

[relative to amount of land 



received from U. S.], 4067 

of committee to whom have 



been referred petitions for law 
for protection of personal li- 
berty, 4068 

relative to exchange of 



prisoners, 4069 

of committee to whom was 



referred resolutions approving 
plan of railroad from Lake 
Michigan to Pacific, 4070 

relative to slavery in terri- 



tories, 4071 

[on extension of slavery and 



power of Congress over same], 
4072, 4073 

of committee to whom was 



referred so much of governors' 
messages as relates to relations 
of state with other states, 4074 
Committees on federal relations and 
on banks and incorporations 
Report relative to circulation of 
bills of unsound banks, 4076 
Committee on fisheries 

Report relative to fishing interests 
of state, 4077, 4078 

on the five million loan 

Report, 4079, 4080 

on state funds 



Report on state funds, 4081 
on geological sur\'ey 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred that part of governor's 
message relating to geology, 4082 

in regard to survey and col- 
lection of specimens, 4083 

on the state geologist's 



report 

Report in relation to improvement 
of state salt springs, 4084 

on harbors 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to lake har- 
bors, 4085 

on the house of correction 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to subject, 
4086 

on incorporations 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred petitions praying legis- 
lature to incorporate tank in 
Jackson, 4087 



328 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 



for incorpora- 
tion of Alphadelphia associa- 
tion], 4088 

on Indian affairs 



Report [relative to permitting 
Indians in Emmet and Che- 
boygan COS. to exercise fran- 
chise], 4089 

— , 4090 



on msurance 



Report relative to Climax insur- 
ance CO., 4091 

on internal improvement 



Report on petition of W. Bronson, 

4092 
on propriety of leasing 

Central railroad, 4093 

[supplementary to report 



on so much of governor's mes- 
sage as relates to internal im- 
provement, 4094 

of committee to whom was 



referred petition for constructing 
Clinton and Kalarriazoo canal, 
4095 

relative to outstanding 



debts, 4096 

of committee to whom was 



referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to subject,' 
4097-4101 



bill to improve Grand 

River, 4102 

relative to construction of 



Kalamazoo and Allegan rail- 
road, 4103 

of committee to whom was 



referred petitions and resolutions 
for appropriation of internal im- 
provement lands, 4104, 4105 

relative to sale of internal 



inprovement lands, 4106 
to Maumee and 



Havre branch railroad, 4107 

of committee to whom was 



referred proposition of Ohio and 
Maumee's branch railroad co., 
4108 

relative to Palmyra and 



Jacksonburg railroad, 4109 

concerning petitions of 



Pontiac and Detroit railroad co., 
4110 

on investigation 



Report into accounts and pro- 
ceedings of board of internal 
improvement, 4111 

on the judiciary 



Minority report relative to reform 
school, 4143 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 

of committee to 

whom was referred petitions 
for restoration of provisions of 
prohibiting liquor law, 4136 

• on resolution rela- 



tive to repealing act exempting 
stock of Bank of St. Clair, 4113 

Report relative to petition of J. 
Alexander, 4112 

on abolishing board of com- 
missioners, 4114 

relative to amending com- 



piled laws in regard to com- 
petency of witnesses, 4115 

to power of legis- 



lature to amend existing char- 
ters, 4116 

— claim of D. W. 



Noves, H. Miller, U. Miller and 
L. Andrus, 4117 

on extension of suffrage to 



colored persons, 4118 

relative to amendment of 



constitution, 4119 

in relation to striking out 



word "white" in constitution, 
4120 

of committee to whom was 



referred resolutions touching 
costs and fees in courts, 4121 

relative to fees of witnesses 



in criminal cases, 4122 

on resolution as to expedi- 



ency of abolishing laws for col- 
lection of debts, 4123 

relative to imprisonment 



for debt, 4124 

bill to establish 

police government for Detroit, 
4125 

on petition of B. Fall [to 



convey certain lands], 4126 

upon resolutions relative to 



extension of franking privilege, 
4128 



Farmers' and mechanics' bank, 
4127 

on resolution respecting 



amendment to act to regulate 
and define powers of justices of 
peace and constables, 4129 

 of committee to whom was 



referred petitions in relation to 
selling lands by minors, 4130 

relative to petition of H. 



Gibbs for simplification of laws, 
4131 

of committee to whom was 



referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to appraisal 
laws, stop laws and relief laws, 
4132, 4133 



INDEX 



329 



MICfflGAN Continued 

Legislature. House— Continued 

relative in ivpoa! (if sections 

of personal liberty laws, 4134, 
4135 

on resolutions concerning 



chapters, revised laws, 4137 

of committee instnictcd bv 



resolution to inquire into con- 
stitutionality of sections of re- 
vised statutes, 4138 

upon petition of E. A. 



Knapp. 4139 

-on petitions for enactment 



of law concerning sale of ardent 
spirits, 4140 

upon legality of settlement 



with Mich, state bank, 4141 

of committee to whom was 



referred resolution to inquire 
into constitutional objection to 
issue of state bonds for military- 
school, 4142 



petition of River Raisin 

and Lake Erie railroad co., 4144 



resolution relative to 

money stolen from treasurer of 
Shiawassee co., 4145 

on bill to amend section of 



revised statutes of 1846, 4146 

upon part of governor's 

message relating to opinions of 
Supreme court, 4147 

on bill and report relative 



to collection of taxes in Wayne 
CO., 4148 

respecting publication of 

tax list of Wayne co., 4149 

on recommending passage 

of bill to provide for trial of 
offenses, 4150 

upon petition of citizens of 

Vermontville, 4151 

of committee to whom was 



referred petition for act to au- 
thorize W. F. Wolcott to convey 
land, 4152 



4153 



- bill relative to tax titles, 

on internal improvement 

lands 

Minority report of committee to 
whom was referred bills making 
appropriations of internal im- 
provement lands, 4154 

on public lands 



Minoritv report (relative to swamp 
lands], 4159 

Report on memorial of German- 
American seminary for amend- 
ment to act granting swamp 
lands, 4155 



MICHIGAN -Continued 

Legislature. House —Continued 

eoiuvrning C'lraiid Rapids 

canal lands, 4156 

of committee to whom was 

referred petition asking for im- 
provement of section upon which 
Capitol is located, 4157 

in regard to reduction of 



minimum price of school and uni- 
versity lands, 4158 

of committee to whom was 



referred bill to provide for drain- 
ing swamp lands, 4160 

have 

been referred memorials and 
petitions relative to sale and 
drainage of swamp lands, 4161 

: — in relation to bill to provide 

for drainage and settlement of 
swamp lands, 4162 

relative to state swamp 

lands, 4163 

of committee to whom was 



recommitted bill to amend act to 
provide for drainage and re- 
clamation of swamp lands, 4164 
relative to swamp lands. 



4165 



overflowed lands, 4166 



- and 

lands 
and state roads, 4167 

on university and school 



lands 

Minority report of committee to 
whom was referred bill to amend 
act to reduce price of university 
and school lands, 4175 

Report of committee to whom was 
referred petition of inhabitants 
of Southfield township, Oak- 
land CO., praying university 
lands be sold at less than mini- 
mum price, 4168 



[- 



resolution to inquire into 

expediency of reducing price of 
seminary and school lands, 4169 
relative to university and 



school lands, 4170 

adverse to petition of J. 

Rausted for acre of land for 
school house, 4171 

of committee to whom were 



referred petitions of settlers on 
Niles and Nottawassepe reser- 
vations, 4172 

[relative to allowing .set- 



tlers who have purchased more 
land than they can keep to re- 
tain just equivalent for moneys 
paid], 4173 

for appraisal of university 



and state building lands 
Report, 4174 



330 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN^Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 

on the state library 

Report [on bill for better and more 
efficient management of state 
library], 4176 

on manufactures 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred resolution inquiring into 
expediency of encouraging 
manufacture of cloths, 4177 

relative to special message 

state salt 



concernmg 
4178 



spnngs, 

to protective 

tariff, 4179 

on Michigan state bank 



Report of majority of committee 
to inquire into condition of Mich, 
state bank, 4180 

of committee in pursuance 

of act to authorize settlement 
with Mich, state bank, 4181 
on the militia 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred report of adjutant and 
quartermaster general, 4182, 
4183 

• — relative to establishing 

military dept. at M. A. C, 4184 

- — of committee to whom was 

referred portion of governor's 
message relating to militia, 
4185, 4186 

[urging adoption of bill 

furnished by military conven- 
tion in Detroit], 4187 

of committee [to whom was 

referred petition for tax on citi- 
zens liable for military duty], 
4188 

[relative to quantity of 



ordnance, muskets, etc. received 
from U. S.], 4189 
—  — accompanying title 33 of 
revision, 4190 

on mines and minerals 



Report relative to specific taxes 
in Upper Peninsula, 4191 

on payment of certain 



sum of money to governor 
Report, 4192, 4193 

on abolishing certain state 



offices 
Report, 4194 

on memorial concerning 



phonetics 
Report, 4195 



on the accounts of B. 



Porter 
Report, 4196 

on printing 



Report in relation to bill making 
appropriations to J. S. Bagg, 
state printer, 4197 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 

of committee to whom was- 

referred account of Messrs. Daw- 
son and Bates, 4198, 4199 

[relative to terms on which 



printers and publishers will en- 
gage to publish journal and other 
documents ordered printed], 
4200 

on claim of D. Munger, 



4201 



on bill to repeal act creat- 
ing state printer, 4202 
of committee to whom was- 



referred bill for state printing, 
4203 

[relative to increase in 



expenditures for printing], 4204 
on the state prison 



Minority report [in regard to 
management of prison], 4218 

Report of committee on state 
penitentiaiy, 4205 

• relative to building new 

prison, 4206 

in relation to making ap- 



propriations for continuing con- 
struction of prison, 4207, 4208 
relative to allowing C. G. 



Davis and E. B. Fuller losses- 
upon contracts, 4209 

[in compliance with reso- 



lution instructing them to in- 
quire whether or not any coin 
has been counterfeited in state 
prison], 4210 

of committee to whom was 



referred annual report of in- 
spector of state prison, 4211 



so much of governor's- 

message as relates to same, 
4212, 4213 

— [ 

memorial of mechanics 



of Jackson], 4214 
relative to employing con- 
vict labor in manufacture of 
firearms, 4215 

for making appropriation 



for payment of guards, 4216 

• relative to state prison,. 

4217 

— - on the Northern and 

Southern railroad routes 
Report on revision of routes, 4219" 
— Southern railroad 



Report of committee to whom was- 
referred bill to amend act to sell 
Southern railroad, 4220 

on the reform school 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred so much of governors'' 
messages as related to reform 
school, 4221 



INDEX 



331 



MICHIGAN- Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 

rolalivc to using labor of 

reform school for manufacture 
of firearms, 4222 

on roads and bridges 



Report (relative to right of E. 
Ingersoll to keep ferry across 
Grand River], 4223 

on memorial for authority 

to maintain bridge in Spring- 
wells, 4224 

on militar\' roads 



Memorial and resolutions relative 
to military- roads commenced by 
general government, 4225 
on salines 



Report relative to saline resources 

of Mich., 4226 
on state affairs 



Report [relative to demand of C. 

S. Dunbar for constitutional 

amendment], 4227 
of committee to whom was 

referred resolution to encourage 

emigration, 4228 

relative to geological sur- 



vey, 4229 



to reduction of 
specific tax imposed on corpora- 
tions engaged in iron mining, 
4230 

upon bill to repeal act to 



prevent manufacture and sale of 
liquors, 4231 

of committee to whom was 



referred proceedings of meeting 
in favor of overland mail from 
St. Paul to Puget Sound, 4232 

in favor of law for regis- 



tration of marriages, births and 
deaths, 4233 

on memorial of North 



eastern medical society for law 
for registration of births, mar- 
riages and deaths, 4234 

of committee to whom was 



referred memorial of B. Porter 
[for further remuneration for 
ser\-ices in construction of capi- 
tol buildings], 4235 



bill to locate branch of 

state prison in Upper Peninsula, 
4236 

relative to tolls on St. 



Mar}''s Falls ship canal, 4237 

— claim of Sault 



Ste. Marie plank road co., 4238 
— drainage and re- 



clamation of certain swamp 
lands, 4239 

on resolutions [relative to 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 

un sii])])li(.s 

Report relative to amount of 
stationary furnished chairman 
of committees and oflRcers of 
house, 4241 

on to^\Tls and counties 



Report to whom was referred 
petitions for organization of 
county of Almont, 4242 

relative to organization of 

additional townships in Kewee- 
naw CO., 4243 

adverse to vacation of 



countv seat of Shiawassee co., 
4244 ' 

on questions relative to 



vacation of present county seat 
of Shiawassee co., 4245, 4246 
on University of Michigan 



Report, 4247 

on war bounties 



Report in obedience to resolution, 
4248 

relative to bill to authorize 



townships to raise money for 
war bounties, 4249 

on ways and means 



Account of J. S. Bagg, 4250 
Report of committee to whom was 
referred resolution to inquire 
whether auditor general has 
paid over all moneys received, 
4251 

relative to claims of W. 

Beard for work, 4252 

in reference to providing 



means for redemption of state 
bonds, 4253 

on so much of governor's 



message as relates to part-paid 
bonds, 4254 

in relation to sale of public 



works, 4255 
of committee to whom was 



referred resolutions relative to 
exemption of U. S. bonds, 4256 



bill to liquidate public 

debt, 4257 

relative to petition. of heirs 



of E. D. Ellis, 4258 

of committee to whom was 



referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to finances of 
state, 4259 

relative to state finances, 



4260 



taxes], 4240 



of committee to whom has 

been referred bill for anticipation 
of installments of five million 
loan, 4261 



332 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 



was 



referred bill to provide for 
further construction of works 
of internal improvement, 4262 
on so much of governor's 



message as relates to internal 
improvement debt, 4263 

of] chairman of committee 



to whom was referred so much 
of governor's message as relates 
to lake harbors, 4264 



• bill to es- 
tablish pay of members and 
officers, 4265 

relative to compensation 

of members and officers, 4266 

in regard to aid to Maumee 

branch railroad co., 4267 

relative to making appro- 



priations for Michigan asylum 
for deaf, dumb and blind, 4268 

to appropriations 

for Mich, asylum 'for insane, 
4269 

to providing mili- 
tary fund in aid of volunteer 
mihtia, 4270 

on governor's message 

relative to Morris canal and 
banking co., 4271 

relative to appropriations 

for removing wall .at state 
prison, 4272 

of committee to whom was 



referred petition of P. Raymond, 
4273 



of county com- 
missioners of St. Joseph CO., 4274 
relative to pay of president 



of senate, 4275 

of committee to whom was 



referred petition for lands for 
construction of Southern rail- 
road. 4276 



bill to amend act to 

authorize sale of Southern rail- 
road, 4277 

in relation to resolutions on 



subject to Ford & son, 4278 

re-issue of 

state scrip, 4279 

on resolutions and me- 



morials of boards of super- 
visors, 4280 

of committee to whom was 



referred memorials relative to 
return of taxes, 4281 



resolution in relation to 

returns of delinquent taxes, 4282 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 

on state and county taxes, 

4283 

in relation to specific state- 
taxes, 4284 

relative to construction of 



building for treasury dept., 4285 
of committee to whom was 



referred petitions relative to pay 
of bounties to volunteers, 4286 
relative to bill to consoli- 



date war debt., 4287 
— to present condi- 
tion of war loan bounty fund, 
4288 

on the White Pigeon beet 

sugar CO. 
Report of committee to whom was 
referred petition to stockholders 
of beet sugar co., 4289 
Constitution. rules, committees, 

3967, 3968 
Documents, 3969 
Hodge: Memorial claiming seat in 

house, 2178 
Investigating committee 

Report relative to charge of bribery 
against certain railroad cos., 
4290 
Journal, 3970 

Judiciary committee, see Michigan. 
Legislature. House. Committee 
on the judiciary 
Resolutions relative to sub-treasury, 

3971 
Rules, 3972 
Select committee 

Are railroad lands taxable, 4291 
. Minority report in relation to di- 
viding state into congressional 
districts, 4303 

 on financial affairs, 

4308 
Proceedings of committee to inves- 
tigate conduct of G. Morell, 4336 
Report of committee appointed to 
consider preamble and resolu- 
tion in relation to president of 
agricultureal college and board 
of agriculture, 4292 
to investi- 
gate Bank of Mich., 4293 

[to whom was 

referred inquiries relative to 
condition of banking institutions 
in hands of receivers], 4294 



report of board of audi- 
tors, 4295 

on abolishment of capital 



punishment, 4296, 4297 

relative to state capitol. 



4298, 4299 

on contested seat for Chip- 



pewa CO., 4300 



INDEX 



333 



MICHIGAN -Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 

upun expediency of com- 
pleting part of Clinton and 
Kalamazoo canal, 4301 

on obtaining just represen- 



tation of state in Congress, 4302 
on priority of calling con- 



vention to revise constitution, 
4304 

of committee on physics 

and surgery to whom was re- 
ferred memorials praying repeal 
or modification of statutes rela- 
tive to practice, 4305 

to whom was 



referred petitions in regard to 
aid in planking portions of Mich, 
and Woodward aves. in Detroit, 
4306 

Reports relative to election case of 
Bayley vs. McDonald, 4307 

Report of committee to whom was 
referred bill to protect citizens 
from claims of slaveholders, 4309 

on collection of state geolo- 
gist, 4310 

of committee to whom was 



referred reports of state geolo- 
gist, 4311 

in relation to report of state 



geologist, 4312 

relative to publication of 



final report on geology of Mich., 
4313 

in relation to error in pay- 



ment of salary of governor, 4314 
relative to salary of gover- 



nor, 4315 

of committee to whom was 



referred bill to provide for canal 
around Grand Rapids, 4316 

relative to Grand Rapids 



canal, 4317 



improvement of 

Grand River, 4318 

on claims bv contractors 



on works of internal improve- 
ment, 4319 

[of] committee to whom was 



referred claim of B. Irish, 4320 
of committee to ascertain 



number of acres of internal im- 
provement lands which have 
been and are to be appropriated, 
4321 

on claim of J. Kearsley 

against university fund, 4322 

on land appropriations, 

4323 

on land grants by Congress, 

4324 

in relation to school lands, 

4325 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Legislature. House —Continued 

of committee to whom was 

referred petitions in behalf of 
settlers on university and state 
lands, 4326 

— on resolutions proposing 

change to authorize biennial 
instead of annual sessions, 4327 
of committee to whom was 



referred resolution to inquire 
what person holding seat is in- 
eligible, 4328 

to inquire if 



any members hold scats in vio- 
lation of constitution, 4329 

on license laws, 4330 

of committee to whom were 



referred petitions for repeal of 
laws granting license for sale of 
ardent spirits, 4331 



for suppression 

of traffic in into.xicating drinks, 
4332 



was 



referred petition concerning sale 
of ardent spirits, 4333 

in regard to publication of 



map of state and counties, 4334 
of committee to investigate 



conduct of G. Morell, 4335 

to whom was 



referred communication of Lieut. 
Gov. Mundy in relation to com- 
pensation for services, 4337 

on New Jersey election, 



4339 



of committee to whom was 

referred so much of governor's 
messages as relates to suppres- 
sion of small notes, 4340 

of committee to investigate 



accounts of B. Porter, 4341 
— — inquire 

into appropriation for building 

prison, 4342 
petitions to prevent 

running cars on vSabbath, 4343 
on sale of works of in- 



ternal improvement, 4344 

of committee to whom were 



referred preamble and resolution 
in relation to railroad from Lake 
Mich, to Pacific, 4345 

relative to loans by state 



to different railroad cos., 4346 
upon swamp land state 



roads, 4347 

relative to construction of 



ship canal around falls of Ste. 
Marie, 4348, 4349 

in relation to incorporation 



of St. Paul's church, Detroit, 
4350 



334 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 

 relative to manufacture of 

salt, 4351 

 in regard to petitions for 

repeal of law to encourage 
manufacture of salt, 4352 

[of] committee to whom was 



referred petition for amendment 
expunging word "white" from 
constitution, 4353 

• on soldiers' suffrage, 4354 

of committee to whom was 



referred petition of S. Doty for 
extension of time in collecting 
school tax, 4355 

on causes of unequal taxa- 



tion, 4356 

of committee to inquire and 



report facts in regard to alleged 
overdraft on treasury, 4357 

relative to establishing 



homeopathic dept. in U. of M., 
4358 

 of committee to inquire into 



present condition of U. of M. 
4359 
con- 



cerning character of report al- 
leged to have been made by 
faculty of university, 4360 

 relative to change in Wayne 



CO. poor house, 4361 

 of committee to whom were 



referred petitions for law for 
protection of witnesses, 4362 

Resolutions reported by committee 
on New Jersey election, 4338 
Special committee 

Majority report on contested elec- 
tion seats from Wayne co., 4382 

and minority reports of 

committee to whom was referred 
petition of S. L. Bignall to be 
admitted to seat, 4364 

Report of committee to investigate 
Bank of Mich., 4363 

—  — — • to whom was 

referred petition of W. H. Clark 
asking investigation of acts of 
A. N. Hart, 4365 

— on amendments to consti- 



tution, 4366 

of committee to whom was 



referred subject of asylum for 
deaf, dumb and blind and asy- 
lum for insane, 4367 

appointed 



to visit asylum for deaf and 
dumb and the blind, 4368 

on financial affairs of state, 



4369 



of committee to investigate 

charges against W. P. Healy, 
,4370 



MICHIGAN—Continued 

Legislature. House — Continued 

to visit in- 
sane asylum at Kalamazoo, 4371 

to investigate 

proceedings of boards of internal 
improvement, 4372 

 relative to granting licenses, 



4373 
 interference of 

U. S. troops with construction of 

ship canal around falls of St. 

Mary's, 4374 
of committee to whom was 



referred memorial of T. T. Lyon 
and S. Howard relative to 
preservation of forest trees, 4375 



petitions praying laws 

authorizing sale of spirituous 
liquors be repealed, 4376 
on construction of Northern 



Pacific railroad, 4377 

on salt interest, 4378 

in relation to interruption 



by U. S. troops of public works 
at Sault Ste. Marie, 4379 

relative to right of suffrage, 



4380 



bill granting 

swamp lands in Upper Penin- 
sula to counties, 4381 
Water power in Mich., 4383 
State bank charters, 3973 
In memory of C. G. Luce, 3947 

J. McMillan, 3948 

James McMillan, 2379 
Joint committee 

Joint report of committee [to whom 
was referred report of committee 
of inspection of prison], 4404 
Report relative to agricultural col- 
lege, 4384, 4385 

of committee to whom was 

referred so much of governor's 

message as relates to agricultural 

college, 4386 

Reports of committee [to investigate 

affairs of Bank of Mich.], 4387 

Report relative to asylum for deaf, 

dumb and blind, 4388 

of committee of investigation 

into condition of Farmers' and 
mechanics' bank, 4389 

on five million loan bonds. 



4390 
4391 



relative to geological survey, 

on asylum for insane, 4392- 

on alleged mismanagement 
in Mich, asylum for insane, 4395 
of committee to whom was 



4394 



referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to asylum for 
insan?, 4396 



INDEX 



335 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Legislature. Joint committee — Continued 

on intLrnalioiial txchangc, 

4397 

of committee on mines and 



minerals, 4399 



to whom was 
referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to mineral in- 
terests, 4400 

to receive pro- 
posals for printing, 4401 

• to examine con- 



dition of penitentiary, 4402 

— whom was 



referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to prison, 4403 
— [to visit state 



prison], 4405 



[to whom was 
referred resolution of instruction 
on state prison], 4406 

on location of Northern and 



Southern railroads, 4408, 4409 

on Northern and Southern 



railroad routes, 4410, 4411 

reform school, 4412 

of hearing on school book 



legislation, 4413 

of committee to investigate 

treasury dept. and official acts of 
J. McKinney, 4414 
Testimony in investigation touching 
administration of affairs of state 
prison, 4407 

of Mich. 

soldiers' home, 4398 
Joint committee on education 

[Guffin] : Report of hearing on school 
book legislation, 1999 
Joint committees on geological survey 

Report, 4415 
Joint documents, 3949 
Joint memorial to Congress, 3950 
Joint report on mining school, 3951 
Joint select committee 

Report of committee to investigate 
negotiation of five million loan, 
4416 
Legislative proceedings 

Memorial of J. G. Blaine, 3952 

O. N. Case, 3953 

D. L. Grossman, 3954 

R. B. Hayes, 3955 

T. H. Macdonald, 3956 

F. B. Stockbridge, 3957 

Mayhew: Popular education, 2932 
Memorial and resolutions relative to 
improvements, 3958 



improving Clinton River, 3959 

of A. T. Bliss, 3960 • 

proceedings for Gen. Sherman 



and Admiral Porter, 3961 

to Congress in relation to 

Indians, 3962 



MICHIGAN—Continued 

Legislature. Memorials — Continued 

to Congress, 3903 

Michigan. Attorney general's office: 
Communication relative to compen- 
sation of members and officers, 3057 

legislative handbook, 3964 

. Salt inspector: Statistics 

relating to saline interests, 4830 
Nomination of a candidate for U. S. 

senator, 5555 
R. A. Alger, 3965 

Select committee of senate and com- 
mittee on ways and means of the 
house 
Report in relation to legalization of 
action of towns and counties in 
raising bounties for volunteers, 
4417 

Select joint committee 

Report [of] committee to whom was 
referred part of governor's message 
which relates to admission of 
Mich., 4418 

minority of committee on 

soldiers' suffrage, 4761 
Senate 

Act regulating impeachment, 4419 
Committee on agriculture 

Report relative to appropriations 
for agricultural college, 4427 

of committee to whom was 

referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to agricul- 
tural college, 4428, 4429 

in relation to bill making 

appropriations for support of 
agricultural college, 4430 

in pursuance to resolution 

for encouragement of agricul- 
ture. 4431 

[relative to aid to agricul- 



tural industry], 4432 

on bill to encourage keeping 

of sheep, 4433 

of committee to whom was 



referred petitions asking appro- 
priation in aid of agricultural 
society, 4434 

relative to establishing 



state board of agriculture, 4435 

and public 

instruction 

Majority report on so much of 
governor's message as relates to 
agricultural college, 4437 

Report of committee to whom was 
referred bill to establish branch 
of agricultural college in Grand 
Traverse country, 4436 

or horse 



racing 
Report [relative to petition for 
law to authorize J. Wilson to 
construct race tract], 4438 



336 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN^Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 

on amendments 



to the 



constitution 

Report, 4439 

on the asylum for the deaf 

and dumb and the blind 

Report relative to condition of 
institution, 4440 

of committee to whom was 

referred part of governor's mes- 
sage relative to asylum, 4441 



so much of governor's 

message as relates to subject, 
4442 



institution. 



4443 



on the asylum for the 
insane 
"Report relative to amount ex- 
pended for construction, 4444 

[ construction and 

management of buildings], 4445 
on banks and incorpora- 
tions 
Report of committee to whom was 
referred petition for charter of 
bank at Otsego, Allegan co., 4446 
on unfinished business 



Report in part, 4447 
claims 



Report relative to claim of J. J. 

Adam, 4448 
of estate of 

H. Alden, 4449 

of committee to whom was 



referred petition of W. Buck, 
4450 

relative to petition of con- 



tractors on Clinton and Kala- 
mazoo canal, 4451 

— claim of lieuten- 



ant governor, 4452 

of committee to settle 



claims of state against Mich, 
state bank, 4453 

in relation to memorial of 



C. C. Parks, 4454 

relative to claim for im- 



provement of sand flats of 
Muskegon River, 4455 

 of committee to whom were 



referred accounts and vouchers 
of E. H. Thomson, 4456 



4457 



claim of A. Titchworth, 



in relation to claim of J. 

Van Fossen, 4458 

on the deaf and dumb and 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 

Report on part of governor's mes- 
sage relating to claims of asylum, 
4459 
education 

Report relative to appropriation of 
swamp lands in aid of colleges, 
4460 

 establishment of 

chair of homeopathy in U. of 
M., 4461 
 federal relations 

Report relative to armory in 
Northwest, 4462 

—  appropriation 

of land for construction of ship 
canal around Niagara Falls, 
4463 

— exchange of 



prisoners, 4464 

— furnishing two 

statutes of deceased persons, 
4465 

of committee to whom was 

referred resolutions on state of 
union, 4467 

Reports of committee to whom was 
referred portions of governors' 
messages relating to state of 
union, 4466 
finance 

Michigan. State industrial home 
for girls: Charges, 4987 

Report relative to claim of Ameri- 
can express co., 4468 

on reference of report of 

auditor general, 4469 

[on examination of ac- 
counts on books of auditor 
general], 4470 

relative to purchase of por- 



tion of state stock, 4471 

of committee to whom was 



referred bill to authorize issue 
of new bonds for part-paid 
bonds, 4472 

relative to memorial of A. 



R. Burr, 4473 
to new capitol, 4447 



of committee to whom was 

resolution inquiring into ex- 
pediency of providing by law 
for settlement of claims against 
individuals, 4475 

on bill for auditing and 

paying expenses of constitutional 
convention, 4476 

relative to memorial of R. 



W. Cummings, 4477 

in relation to currency and 



the blind 



finances of state, 4478 

on petition of J. J. Speed., 



4479 



I>rDEX 



337 



MICHIGAN-Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 

of committee to whom were 

referred part of governor's mes- 
sage relating to finances, 4480- 
4482 

[relative to condition of 



treasury], 4483 

relative to financial condi- 



tion of state, 4484, 4485 

of committee to which was 



referred message in relation to 
proposition of I^Iorris canal and 
banking co., 4486 

on five million loan, 4487 

of committee to whom was 



referred part of governor's mes- 
sage relating to foreign and 
domestic indebtedness, 4488 

on condition of contingent 



fund, 4489 

in relation to transfer of 



public funds, 4490 

relative to condition of war 



fund, 4491 

on communication and ac- 



counts 6i state geologist, 4492, 
4493 

of committee to whom was 



referred resolution instructing 
attorney general [to recover 
sum of money], 4494 



4495 



letter of K. Pritchette, 



on bill relative to state 

printing, 4496 

relative to Saginaw canal, 



4498 



of committee to whom was 
referred petition of president of 
Bank of St. Clair, 4499 

were 

referred resolutions relative to 
reduction of salaries, 4500 

was 



referred petition of supervisors 
of Shiawassee co., 4501 

in relation to providing 



for support of state government, 

4502 
on bill to amend chapter 

20 of revised statutes, 4503 

relative to state taxes, 4504 

of committee to whom was 



referred report on five million 
loan, 4505 

relative to usury laws. 



4506, 4507 

Sale of railroads, report, 4497 

Committees on finance and judiciar>' 
Report on bill [to tax banking as- 
sociations], 4508 

■Committee to confer with the gov- 
ernor 



MICHIGAN -Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 

Report relative to mistakes in 

internal improvement bill, 4509 

on house of correction 

Report [relative to management 

and operation of institution], 

4510 

on incorporations 

Minority report in relation to 

changing boundaries of 10th 

ward of Detroit, 4516 
Report in reference to amending 

constitution to secure state 

bank, 4511 
relative to Berrien co. 

mutual insurance co., 4512 

[of] committee to whom 



had been referred applications 
for charters of incorporations, 
4513 

on resolution referring so 

much of governor's message as 
relates to currency, 4514 

inquiring into 



expediency of prohibiting cir- 
culation of bills of less than 5 
dollars, 4515 

relative to Farmers' and 



mechanics' bank, 4517 

[of] committee to whom 



has been referred bill to create 
fund for benefit of creditors of 
corporations, 4518 

in relation to grant of 



lands to railroad cos., 4519 

in regard to condition of 



Mich, state bank, 4520 
on resolution relating to 

Mich, insurance co. to issuing 

notes as money, 4521 
relative to Mich, insurance 



CO., 4522 
of committee to whom was 

referred resolution to inquire 

into violations of charter by 

Oakland co. bank, 4523 
on portion of governor's 

message relating to state bank, 

4524 

on Indian lands 



Report on purchasing Indian lands, 
4525 

on internal improvement 



Report in regard to leasing Central 
railroad, 4526 

[relative to bill for relief 



of W. W. Clark], 4527 

to loan to Bank of 



Gibralter, 4528 

in relation to indebtedness 



of late commissioners, 4529 

relative to suspension of 



works of internal improvement, 
4530 



43 



338 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 

to abrogating pres- 
ent board, 4531 

of committee to whom was 



referred documents in relation to 
internal improvement, 4532 



so much of governor's 

message as relates to subject, 
4533 

Reports in relation to suspension of 
proceedings on Northern and 
Southern railroads, 4534 

Report on claim of Patrick and 
Vrooman, 4535 

relative to collections on 

public works, 4536 

in relation to expediency 

of appropriations on public 
works, 4537 

• — • to certain rail- 
roads, 4538 

relative to bill to authorize 

counties to raise money to aid 
construction of railroad from 
Lansing to New Buffalo, 4539 

• purchase of 

River Raisin and Lake Erie 
railroad, 4540 

to suspension of 

operations on Southern railroad, 
4541 

in regard to orders drawn 

upon individuals by R. M. 
Morrison, 4542 

bill to amend act of 



on 



Southern railroad, 4543 
relative to Southern rail- 



road, 4544 

of committee to whom was 



referred bill to amend charter of 
Mich, southern railroad co., 4545 



proposition to lease Cen- 
tral railroad, 4546 

relative to transportation 



of materials for building uni- 
versity, 4547 

to Ypsilanti and 



Tecumseh railroad co., 4548 
on the judiciary 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred memorial of inhabi- 
tants of Plainfield, Allegan co., 
4549 



petitions asking amend- 
ment to constitution to enable 
legislature to establish banking 
system similar to that of Ohio, 
4550 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 



petition to alter collec- 
tion law that debtor shall not 
possess advantage over credi- 
tor, 4551 

relative to pay of circuit 



judges, 4552, 4553 

of committee to whom was 



referred resolution relative to 
amending constitution, 4554 



 —  bill relative to proceed- 
ing against persons or incorpora- 
tions usurping corporate powers, 
4555 



petition asking restora- 
tion of death penalty, 4556 

upon memorial of Detroit 

and Maumee railroad co. for 
amendment to charter, 4557, 
4558 

of committee to whom were 



referred petitions praying pas- 
sage of act to establish highways 
in Fairfield township, Lenawee 
CO., 4559 

relative to allowing claim' 



of C. Howard, 4560 
of committee to whom was 



referred part of governor's mes- 
sage which relates to reorgani- 
zation of judiciary, 4561 

relative to powers to au- 



thorize appropriation of normal 
school lands for highways, 4562 

on claim for improvement 



of sand flats of Muskegon River, 
4564 

of committee to whom was 



referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to laws, 4565 



petition of Z. Piatt, 4566 



resolution of enquiry 

into exempting from sale on ac- 
count of debt real estate, 4567 
relative to petitions asking 



passage of law increasing fees 
and compensation of registers 
of deeds, 4568 

of committee to whom was 



referred bill dividing state into 
single representative districts, 
4569 

relative to election of sena- 



tors, 4570 

or committee to whom was 



committed resolution relative to 
classification of senators, 4571 



INDEX 



339 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. Senate- -Continued 

on amendment to extend 

elective franchise to all irre- 
spective of color or descent, 4572 
relative to constitutionality 



of law to enable electors in 
military service to vote and vote 
outside of state, 4573, 4574 

— liill to prox-ide 



homeopathic branch of U. of M., 
4575 

of committee to whom was 



referred petitions for stringent 
usurj' law, 4576 

on petition for increase of 



masters in chancer}'^ in Wayne 
CO., 4577 

on resolution in relation to 



constitutionality of mode of ap- 
pointing judge of criminal court 
in Wayne co., 4578 
Sovereign right of Mich, to mines 
and minerals, 4563 

on public lands 



Minority report relative to sale 
and drainage of swamp lands, 
4586 

Report relative to grant of swamp 
lands to German-American semi- 
nar}' of Detroit, 4579 

of committee to which was 

referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to lands be- 
longing to state, 4580 

relative to lands received 



by state, 4581 

of committee to whom was 



referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to public 
lands, 4582 

— committee to whom was 



referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to public and 
mineral lands, 4583 

committee to whom was 



referred bill authorizing issuing 
patents for railroad lands in 
Upper Peninsula, 4584 

authorizing commissioner 



of land oflFice to issue certificate 
of purchase to T. B. Abell, 4585 
on resolution to inquire 



into expediency of granting 
swamp lands to counties, 4587 

[relative to] sale and dis- 



position of swamp lands, 4588 
relative to sale of univer- 



sity land, 4589 

of committee to whom was 

referred resolution to inquire 
into expediency of reducing price 
of univcrsitv and state building 
lands, 4590 ' 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 



•were 



referred petition for removal of 
land office from Marshall to 
Grand Rapids, 4591 

on lands returned delin- 



quent for taxes 
Report of committee to whom was 
referred resolution in relation to 
repeal of laws which require 
return of lands delinquent for 
taxes, 4592 

on expiring laws 



Report respecting license laws, 
4593 

of committee to whom was 

referred bill to repeal section re- 
lating to qualified voters in school 
meetings, 4594 

on supplementary bill to 



primary school law 
Report, 4595 

on literature 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred resolution instructing 
enquir\' into propriety of allow- 
ing regents traveling expenses, 
4596 

on manufactures 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred communication relative 
to salt springs and salines, 4597 
military affairs 



Report relative to providing for 
military- instruction at agricul- 
tural college, 4598 

on petition of F. W. Higby, 



4599 



on the militia 



Brief statement of accounts for 
ser\'ices rendered and expenses 
incurred in raising regiment of 
volunteers to serve in Mexican 
war, 4603 

Report relative to arms and mili- 
tary stores in state, 4600 

in relation to Major Dc- 

quindre, 4601 

on petition of F. Hart, 4602 

of committee to whom were 



referred so much of message of 
executive as regards militia, 4604 



was 



referred part of governor's mes- 
sage relating to militia, 4605 
on mines and minerals 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred bill relative to granting 
charters to mining corporations 
in Upper Peninsula, 4606 

on mines, minerals and 



mining interests 
Michigan. Legislature: Joint re- 
port on mining school, 3951 



340 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 

on printing 

Minority report, 4607 
Report relative to printing con- 
stitution and laws in German, 
4608 

after conference in relation 

[to necessary printing required 
by both houses], 4609 

of committee to whom was 



referred bill to repeal act creat- 
ing state printer, 4610 

relative to appointment of 



state printer, 4611, 4612 

of committee to whom was 



referred resolution relating to 
printing reports of superinten- 
dent of public instruction, 4613 
on state prison 



Report relative to criminal juris- 
prudence, 4614, 4615 

to employing a por- 
tion of convict labor in manufac- 
ture of fire arms, 4616 

of committee to whom was 



referred so much of governor's 
message as related to establish- 
ment of state prison, 4617 

Report, 4618 

of committee to investigate 

affairs of state prison, 4619 



expenditures on state prison, 



4620 



whom was 

referred report of commissioners 
on location of penitentiary, 462 1 

so much of governor's 

message as relates to state pri- 
son, 4622 



4623 



— prisons. 



same, 4624 



[relative to results of visit 

to institution], 4625 

on resolutions referred to 



committee, 4626 

on privileges and elections 



Report of committee to whom was 
referred memorial of G. A. Coe 
who claims to have been elected 
senator, 4627 



petition of B. F. Graves 

that E. Hussey be excluded from 
seat in senate, 4628 

relative to petitions of per- 



sons asking to be admitted to 
seats as senators, 4629 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 

• to extending elec- 
tive franchise to certain citizens, 
4630 

• in reference to bill to enable 



qualified electors in military 
service to vote, 4631 

in contested case of Tyler 

vs. Pond, 4632, 4633 

public instruction 



Report relative to establishing 
' ' German- American seminary ' ' , 
4634 

in relation to governor's 

message as translated and 
printed in French, 4635 

respecting exchange of 

literary productions, 4636 

on petition asking aid for 



instruction of deaf and dumb, 
4637 

of committee to whom was 



referred part of governor's mes- 
sage relating to primarv schools, 
4638 

relative to certain school 



moneys, 4639 



to report of super- 
intendent of public instruction, 
4640 

— apportionment 



of two mill tax, 4641 

in relation to proceeds of 



two mill tax for support of 
schools, 4642 

in answer to certain queries 

regarding branches of university, 
4643 

relative to bill to provide 



for organization of homeopathic 
branch of university, 4644 

of committee to whom was 



referred resolution instructing 
board of regents to procure pub- 
lication of journal of their doings, 
4645 



of inquiry tO' 

expediency of providing by law 
for publishing journal of board' 
of regents of university, 4646 
in relation of remonstrance 



of regents of university, 4647 
on railroad routes 



Report of majority of committee 
to consider propriety of location 
of Northern and Southern rail- 
road routes, 4648-4650 
on railroads 



Report on taxation of railroad 
lands, 4651 

on the reform school 



Report relative to condition of 
institution, 4652 



INDEX 



341 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. Senate^Continued 

en roails uiid bridges 

Report relative to overseers of 
highways, 4653 

to vacations of 

highways bv 12 freeholders, 
4654 

in relation to highway 

labor, 4655 

relative to highway taxes, 



4656 



in reference to -repeal of 
charter of Jackson and Michigan 
plank road co., 4657 

of committee to whom was 



referred petitions signed by per- 
sons in vicinity of road contem- 
plated, 4658 
on state affairs 



Documents in relation to certain 

university and state lands, 4676 
Report of committee to whom was 

referred bill to amend charter of 

banks of state, 4659 
on joint resolution relative 

to basement rooms of capitol, 

4660 

relative to papers and prop- 



ositions for location of capitol, 
4661 

upon petition of T. Com- 



fort, 4662 

of committee to whom, was 

referred resolution proposing 
amendment in relation to quali- 
fication of voters, 4663 

to which was 



referred petition for amending 
constitution by expunging word 
"white", 4664 

to whom was 



referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to establish- 
ment of work-shop or peni- 
tentiary in Detroit, 4665 

relative to Detroit post- 



office as distributing office, 4666 
on resolution relative to 



slavery in District of Columbia, 
4667 ' 

relative to establishment 



of emigrant agency, 4668 

in relation to bill to regu- 



late fisheries, 4669 

— to destruction of 



fish, 4670 

of committee to whom was 



referred resolution relative to 
extension to governors of frank- 
ing privilege, 4671 

relative to portion of gov- 



ernor's message which relates to 
immigration, 4672 



MICHIGAN Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 

tu ai)plication for 

donations of lands for internal 
improvements, 4673 

of committee [to whom was 



referred petitions asking law for 
appraisal of damages for land 
flowed by mill dams], 4674 

to whom was 



referred bill for drainage and 
reclamation of swamp lands by 
system of state roads, 4675 

relative to license law, 4677, 



4678 



on bill to provide for re- 
locating countv seat of Macomb 
CO., 4680 
in relation to settlers on 



Niles reserve, 4681 

relative to claim of D. W. 

Noyes, L. Andrews, U. Miller 
and H. W. Miller, 4682 

to passage by Con- 



gress of preemption law, 4683 
of committee to whom was 



referred petition of board of 
supervisors of Shiawassee co. 
praying for amendment to joint 
resolution no. 18, 4684 



resolution relating to 

protection of American indus- 
try, 4685 

on petition for extension of 



time for collection of taxes for 
1839, 4686 

in relation to annexation of 



Texas, 4687 

on project to lev^ unequal 



tolls on commerce through 
Oswego canal, 4688 

relative to establishment 



of female dept. in university, 
4689 
of committee to whom was 



referred petition for aid in con- 
struction of harbor in Ottawa 
4690 



CO 



committed document in regard 
to act for destruction of wolves, 
4691 

upon memorials of ladies 

praying legislature to grant 
them privilege of elective fran- 
chise, 4692 

of committee to whom was 

referred resolution for relief of 
W. Woodhouse and C. W. But- 
ler, 4693 

on towns and counties 

on Berrien county seat, 



Report 
4694 



342 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 



of committee to whom was 
referred bill to establish seat of 
justice of Branch co., 4695 
relative to annexation of 



towns to county of Shiawassee, 
4696 

in relation to removal or 

vacating county seat of Shia- 
wassee CO., 4697 
Documents, 4420 
Edmonds: Journal of senate as 

court of impeachment, 1575 
Eulogies on death of E. S. Northrup, 

4421 
Executive journal, 4422 
Investigating committee 

Report of committee to audit and 
settle accounts of state peni- 
tentiary, 4698 
Journal, 4423 

Michigan. Attorney general's office: 
Communication relative to oaths 
of office of senators, 3061 



Communication relative to pay of 
president of senate, 3062 

Practice and procedure, 4424 

Protest against passage of laws dur- 
ing present session, 4425 

[Reply to resolution requesting rea- 
son in favor of abolishing office of 
commissioner of state land office], 
4426 

Select committee 

Report on appropriation law, 4699 

of committee to whom were 

referred resolutions relative to 
city banks, 4700 
relative to state bank and 



branches, 4701 

i n regard to resumption of 

specie payments by banks, 4702 
of committee to investigate 



alleged misapplication of part- 
paid bonds said to have been 
paid in by Mich, southern rail- 
road CO., 4703 

upon expediency of com- 



pleting part of Clinton and Kala- 
mazoo canal, 4704 

of committee to whom was 



referred part of governor's mes- 
sage which relates to formation 
of congressional districts, 4705 



 — - were 

referred resolutions amending 
constitution, 4706 

upon amendments to con- 
stitution, 4707, 4708 

chap. 20, title 5 of 



proposed revision, 4709 
on constitutional reform. 



MICHIGAN—Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 

— of committee to which was 

referred answers from county 
clerks and so much of governors 
message as relates to expenses 
of courts, 4711 

whom had 

been referred so much of gov- 
ernor's message as relates to 
imprisonment for debt, 4712 

— on abolishing imprisonment 

for debt, 4713 

in reference to mortgage 

on Detroit and Pontiac railroad, 
4714 

of committee to whom was 

referred petition relative to 
school under care of pastor of 
Trinity church, 4715 

on contested election in 5th 



senatorial district, 4716 

 of committee to whom has 

been referred sundry petitions 
on inspection of fish, 4717 



— was 

referred memorial of T. K. 
Green for grant of lands in con- 
sideration of monies overpaid 
on purchase of primary school 
lands, 4718 

on five million loan, 4719 

on report of state agent of 

immigration, 4720 

on public improvements, 

4721 

of committee to which was 

referred bill to improve admin- 
istration of justice, 4722 

on bill to authorize im- 



provement of Kalamazoo River, 
4723 

of committee to whom was 

referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to affairs of 
Kansas, 4724 

- — — on modification and re- 
duction of price of university 
lands, 4725 

 of committee to whom were 



referred petitions praying repeal 
of license laws, 4726, 4727 

has 



been referred petitions in favor 
of law prohibiting manufacture 
of intoxicating beverages, like 
law in Maine, 4728 
'■ — was 



referred bill prohibiting manu- 
facture of intoxicating beverages 
and traffic therein, 4729 



4710 



circular suggesting pas- 
sage of law for more effectual 
prevention of traffic in ardent 
spirits with Indian tribes, 4730 



INDEX 



343 



MICHIGAN - Continued 

Legislature. Senate— Continued 

relative to petitions 



for 



passage of bill to authorize for- 
mation of mechanics' and labor- 
ing men's cooperative associa- 
tions, 4731, 4732 

of committee to investigate 

conduct of commissioners to 
settle with Mich, state bank, 
4733 

relative to real value of 

assets of Mich, state bank, 4734 
of committee to whom it 



was referred to ascertain what 
legislation is needed in regard 
to raising bounties for volun- 
teers, 4735 

on petitions for removal of 

state locations on Niles and 
Xottawassepe reserve, 4736 

on bill to set off real estate 



under execution, 4737 
on so much of governor's 

message as relates to River 

Raisin and Lake Erie railroad 

CO., 4738 
upon alleged trespasses by 

Sault St. Mary's Falls ship 

canal co. on school section 16, 

T 46 N, R 2 E, 4739 
relative to manufacture of 



salt, 4740 



to improvement 
salt springs, 4741 

of committee to whom was 



referred so much of governor's 
message as relates to abolition 
of slavery, 4742 



society, 4743 



petition of state medical 



— resolution to enquire whether 
any officers, agents or clerks 
can be dispensed with, 4744 

— on soldiers' 



suffrage, 4745 

on resolutions concerning 



proceedings of U. S. senate in 
relation to President, 4746 

of committee to whom was 



referred petition and claim of 
J. Van Fossen, 4747 

on claim of J. Van Fossen, 



4748 



of committee to whom was 

referred memorial praying for 
redress of grievances from loca- 
tion of university lands upon 
Niles reserve, 4749 



so much of auditor gen- 
eral's report as relates to Wayne 
CO., 4750, 4751 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Legislature. Senate — Continued 
Special committee 

Majority report on manufacture 

of salt, 4758 
Minority report of committee to 

whom was referred so much of 

governor's message as relates to 

salt interest, 4759 
Report of committee to whom was 

referred report of Michigan 

asylums, 4752 



— trustees of 

state asylums, 4753 

relative to government 



stock bank, 4754 

on general revision of con- 
stitution, 4755 

of committee to inquire 



into military expenditures, 4756 

to whom was 

referred examination of ex- 
expenditures of quartermaster 
and adjutant general's depts., 
4757 



resolutions of general as- 
sembly of Virginia, 4760 
Wilber: Speech advocating con- 
stmction of Mich, ship canal, 6924 
Shall convicts be imported from other 

states, 3966 
Sheldon: Mss., 8048 
Special joint committee 

Report of committee to whom was 
referred investigation of affairs of 
Detroit and Milwaukee railroad 
CO., 4762 

investigate 

business and affairs of Pere Mar- 
quette railroad co., 4763 
Stevens : Testimony before committee, 

6401 
See also Michigan (Ter.) Legislative 
council 
Libraries, 5406 
Library association 

Corwin: Use of library bulletins, 840 
Mich, libraries, 5406 
Preston: Library institutes, 5871 
Proceedings, 4764 
[Program], 4765 

See also Libraries; Michigan. State 
board of library commissioners 

and state board of 

library commissioners 
[Library institute program], 4766 

commissioners, see Michigan. 



State board of library commissioners 
Live stock sanitary commission 

Biennial report, 4767 
Local government, see Michigan. Politics 

and government 
Lower Peninsula, see Lower Peninsula 



344 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Lumbermen 

Facts and figures against passage of 

Chicago relief bill, 4768 
Mackinac Island state park commission, 

see Mackinac Island state park 
Manual 

Michigan. Dept. of state: Mich. 

official director}^ 3511 
. Governor: Official manual 

and directory, 3746, 3747 
Manufacturer and financial record 

Made in Mich., 5407 
Manufacturers' association 

Members of the association and what 

they manufacture, 4769 
Manufactures, see Michigan. Industries; 

U. S. Industries; U. S. Manufactures 
Maps 

Aeroplane view of Mich., by Arnold 

transit co., 7372 
Bridgman's county and railroad town- 
ship map, 7280 
Cadillac evening news: Atlas of Wex- 
ford CO., containing map of Mich., 

7603 
Carte, geographique, statistique et his- 

torique de territoire, by J. A. C. 

Buchon, 7144 
Colton's county and township map of 

111., Wis., Minn., Iowa and Mo., with 

parts of Ind., Mich., Kans. and 

Nebr., 7252 

guide map, 7269 

[map of] Mich., 7242 

map of Mich, showing Toledo, 

Ann Arbor and north Mich, railway 

and connecting lines, 8020 
railroad and express map of 

northwestern states, 7373 
and township map, 

western states, 7221 

sectional map, 7266 

township map of Mich., 7281 

township map, 7284 

Cookingham: Atlas of Sanilac co., 

containing map of Mich., 7566 
County of Bay; state map, by Monroe 

and Learman, 7423 
Cram's new sectional map, 7282 

railroad and township map, 7304 

superior map, 7368 

township and railroad map, 7313 

Day: Atlas of Genesee co., containing 

map of Mich., 7453 
Diagram of Mich, showing districts 

surveyed by U. S. Surveyor general's 

office, 7209 



for subdivisions, by U. S. Surveyor 

general's office, 7212 
Estabrook: Geography of Mich., 7299 
Explanations of maps accompanying 

report from Secretary of treasury 

Jan. 18, 1841, 9 maps, no. 2 Mich., 

7196 



MICHIGAN— Continued 
Maps — Continued 

Farmer's new sectional map of Wis., 
embracing part of 111., ^lich. and 
Minn., 7257 

railroad and township map 

of Mich., 7249, 7255, 7261, 7270, 
7273, 7276 

 — and sectional map, 

7267 

township map of Mich, and 

Wis., embracing part of Iowa, 111. 
and Minn., 7238 

Gebiet Mich., by W. E. A. von Schlie- 

ben, 7154 
Geographical, statistical and historical 

map of Mich. Territory, by J. 

Finlayson, 7141, 7149 
Geographische — statistische und his- 

torische charte, bv C. F. Weiland, 

7152 
Geological map, by geological survey, 

7369 

, by A. Winchell, 7246 

Guide through Ohio, Mich., Ind., Mo., 

111., Wis. and Iowa, by J. C. Smith, 

7193, 7199, 7202, 7230 
Hayes: Atlas of Grand Traverse co., 

to which is added township map of 

Mich., 7457 
: Isabella co.. 



-.. 7476 



Mecosta co.. 



7522 



Newaygo co.. 



7538 



Osceola co.. 



., 7547 

Illustrated atlas of Winnebago and 
Boone cos., 111., containing maps of 
Mich., Indiana [etc.], by H. R. Page 
& CO., 7316 

Improved edition of map of surveyed 
part, by J. Farmer, 7168, 7175 

map of surveyed part of Ter- 
ritory of Mich., by J. Farmer, 7157 
territories of Mich. 



and Ouisconsin, by J. Farmer, 7169, 

7176 
Kenyon's highwa}^ map, 7371 
Lake shore detailed survey road map 

of 111., Ind., Mich., Wis., by Standard 

map CO., 7365 
[Map], 7216, 7344, 7374 
[— ], bv Calvert lith. co., 7268 

, by'j. Farmer, 7200 

, by S. Geil, 7256, 7258 

, by P. E. Judd, 7143 

-, by Kenyon printing and mfg. co. , 



7364 



— , by Railroad commissioner, 7317, 
7319, 7321, 7322 



INDEX 



345 



MICHIGAN— Continued 

Maps -Continued 

, by H. G. Rothwell, 7375 

, by Schonbcrg dt co., 7245 

, by U. S. Dept. of interior. Gen- 
eral land office, 7263 

• of Michigan and part of Wisconsin 



Territory, by D. H. Burr, 7188 

and surrounding coun- 

tr\-. bv T- Farmer. 7210, 7219, 7227, 
7241, 7254, 7265, 7275, 7283 

and Wisconsin, by D. 



H. Burr, 7189 



Farmer, 7222 



Matthews-Northrup co., 7329 



by J. 
-, by 



R. Page & CO., 7294 



von Steinwehr, 7290 



-, by H. 
bv A. 



 , em- 
bracing great part of Iowa, lU. and 
Minn., bv J. Farmer, 7234, 7240, 
7243, 7247 

— of northern parts of Ohio, Ind. 
and 111., with Mich, and part of 
Ouisconsin Territory-, by D. H. 
Burr, 7174 

— of Ohio, Ind. and 111., with settled 
part of Mich., bv S. A. Mitchell, 
7178, 7184, 7187, 7190 

— of states of Ind. and Ohio, with 
part of Mich. Territor>^ 7161, 7198 

of state of Mich, and Territory of 



Wis., by J. Farmer, 7183 
— of states of Ohio, Ind. and 111., and 
part of Mich. Tcrritorv, bv A. Finley, 
7148 



Mitchell, 7159. 7160 



by S. A. 
.,with 



settled part of Mich., by S. A. 

Mitchell, 7165, 7170 
— of surveved part of Mich., by J. 

Farmer, 7182, 7191, 7215, 7226 
of Territorv of 



Mich, by O. Risdon, 7146 



— ., by J. Fanner, 7147 
of territories of Mich, and Ouis- 



consin, 7153 



, by J. Farmer, 7158, 7177 

— of western states, by J. M. At- 
wood, 7224, 7231 

showing state lands, [by J. F. 



Xellist], 7355 

[Maps of Mich.], 7309 

Mast & co's. new map of Ohio, Ind. 
and Mich., 7292 

Mathews-Xorthrup up-to-date map, 
7341 

Mendenhall's road map, 7342 



MICHIGAN— Continued 
Maps — Continued 

Micli., in Briidford's illustrated atlas, 

7186 

., by M. R. Brown, 73^5 

., by D. H. Burr, 7156 

., by C. G. Colbv, 7237 

., by G. W. and C. B. Col ton & co., 

7291 

., by J. H. Colton, 7225 

., by G. F. Cram, 7303 

., by J. Greenleaf, 7197 

., by C. N. Kendall, 7326 

., by F. Lucas, 7142 

., bv S. A. Mitchell, 7211 

., by C. W. Morse, 7235 

., 1844, by S. E. Morse, 7201 

., bv J. E. Sherman, 7286 

., by H. S. Stebbins, 7300 

., by U. S. Dept. of interior. Gen- 



eral land office, 7296 

., bvH. S. Tanner. 7172 

— ., 1841, by H. vS. Tanner, 7195 
— . and Great Lakes, by T. G. Brad- 
ford, 7167 

and Wis., by J. H. Colton and A. 



J. Johnson, 7248, 7250, 7253 

— . ., bv S. A. Mitchell, 7244, 

7251, 7259, 7260, 7277 

., Wis. and part of Iowa, by J. 



Olney, 7204 
-., ., Iowa and Minn., by J. 



Bartholomew, 7232 
New and authentic map of Mich, and 

Wis., by T. R. Tanner, 7155 
emigrant's map, by J. Wightman, 

7166 

map, by C. Desilver, 7233 

, by S. A. Mitchell, 7217 

of Mich., by H. S. Tanner, 



7180 



with canals, roads and dis- 
tances, 7220 

railroad, postoffice and county 



map, by National publishing co., 
7339 

sectional map of Mich, and Ter- 



ritory of Wis., by T. R. Tanner, 
7205, 7206 

North America; upper Canada; North- 
west and Mich, territories, by So- 
ciety for diffusion of useful knowl- 
edge, 7163, 7164 

Official map of Mich., by Railroad com- 
missioner, 7314, 7325, 7327, 7330- 
7332, 7334 

railroad map, by Railroad com- 
missioner, 7338, 7343, 7347, 7352, 
7359 

Ogle & CO,: Standard atlas of Allegan 
CO., including map of state, 7412 

. : Antrim 



CO., 



CO., 



, 7416 

Arenac 

. 7417 



346 



INDEX 



MICHIGAN— Continued 
Maps — Continued 



CO 



CO, 



CO. 



CO, 



CO, 



CO. 



CO 



CO 



CO. 



CO, 



CO 



CO. 



CO. 



CO. 



CO. 



CO. 



CO, 



CO. 



CO. 



CO. 



CO. 



CO. 



CO. 



CO. 



— Barry 
7421 

- Benzie 
7424 

- Branch 
7430 

— Calhoun 
7436 

- Clinton 
7445 

— Delta 
7447 

— Ionia 
7473 

- Jackson 
7482 

Kalamazoo 
7487 

— Kent 
7498 

Livingston 
7517 
Macomb 
7519 
Menominee 
7524 

- Midland 
7527 

— Monroe 
7530 

Muskegon 
7536 

— Newavgo 
7539 

— Oceana 
7545 

 —  Ottawa 
7549 

— vSaginaw 
7554 

— St. Clair 
, 7557, 7559 
 Shiawassee 

7570 
Van Buren 

7574 
Washtenaw 
, 7580, 7583 
Ohio, Ind. and Mich., 7150 

, . and 111. and Mich. Territory, 

by E. Strong, 7171 
Part of U. S. exhibiting Northwest, 
Mich., Ind. and 111. Territory, by 
J. Gary, 7145 
Post route map of Mich, and Wis., by 
U. S. Postofhce dept., 7272, 7301, 
7308, 7336, 7349, 7350, 7356, 7361, 
7366 

Ohio and Ind., with 

adjacent parts of Pa., Mich., 111., Ky. 
and W. Va., by W. L. Nicholson, 
7302 
iRailroad and postoffice maji, by H. H. 
Lloyd & CO., 7274 



MICHIGAN— Continued 
Maps — Continued 

• map, by Railroad commis- 
sioner, 7287, 7293